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Attention SHA Website Users - MBSportsWeb Wants Your Opinion!
Submitted By Caroline Vallee on Tuesday, December 22, 2015
MBSportsWeb, our website provider is posing a question to the community about mobile accessibility.  They are looking for input regarding what features that are currently available within the "desktop" (normal) version of the Control Panel which are either vital / useful / would be nice to have on a "mobile" device.  By "mobile" they're talking predominantly about phone-sized screens and smaller tablets.

Click HERE to post your comments. 

They also want tablet users to try navigating the Control Panel and thereby test changes that have recently been made to allow access using a tablet.  Give it a whirl and then click HERE to post your comments.

Thank you.  Your comments will help make the site better for all users!

When pictures are taken using a phone (which is becoming the norm these days), sometimes the picture would show the incorrect orientation when uploaded to the site.  They’ve now got a fix for this in place, and a knowledge base article (with a video) which demonstrates the problem and how images can now be fixed on the site after uploading.

Click HERE to access.

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