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WARNING We are still ironing out a few Internet Explorer wrinkles on our new site. If you are using Microsoft Internet Explorer as your browser please switch to Chrome or Firefox before adding content.
If that's not an option for you, PLEASE read this brief and simple advice first. Please. Or your work might get lost.

 

Help: How to add a classified listing to the Virtual-Lancaster website

Help: How to add an event to the Virtual-Lancaster Events Calendar

Help: How to contribute a News Item or a Feature Article to the Virtual-Lancaster website 

Help: My resource already has a listing that I want to change / own 

Help: How to place an advertisement or enhance your listing on Virtual-Lancaster  - Launch offer ends on 31 March 2017

How to make a complaint to Virtual-Lancaster

How do I report an error?

Help: The Guide to Writing for Virtual-Lancaster

Help: Submitting information anonymously to Virtual-Lancaster

Help: How to change your password. Go to 'My Account' (top right) and click the 'edit' tab. 

Help: You'd like to help? Volunteering with Virtual-Lancaster

Terms of Use of the Virtual-Lancaster Website

Help: How to moderate items submitted for publication

How to make a donation toward the Virtual-Lancaster website (and how it will be spent)

None of the Above? Contact Virtual-Lancaster and ask


 

 

USING INTERNET EXPLORER (IE) TO ADD CONTENT ITEMS

You can certainly add content items safely in IE if you heed the following:

  • Please do not try to add any hyperlinks to your text, as this will freeze your window and you will have to close it without saving and lose your work. Simply write / copy in your URLs as ordinary text. Our moderators will take care of any required hyperlinking for you (in Chrome).
  • When you click into the 'Body' field your cursor will become 'drag-and-drop' (cross-shaped). You can't edit with it.  You will need to click again into the 'Body' field to change your cursor into a text cursor (I - shaped). Then you can go ahead. We apologise for the clunkiness of that field in IE.  We are working on fixing it.


     

 

 

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