July 2, 2010: I updated the Web site to reflect the most recent
cleanup in North and Central Allison Hill. February 28, 2010: After
a long hiatus, I finally updated the Web site. The calendar has been
updated to reflect upcoming events. The blog now contains all past
issues of Clean Streets Newsletter.
"About Us" page reflects the results of the Central Allison Hill
community cleanup and HCSP's new 501(c)(3) status as a tax-exempt
non-profit organization. I expaned the "Resources" page to include
Habitat for Humanity and a few Web sites beyond the borders of
Harrisburg. I still can't figure out how to make the link color an
underlining on the first page match the other pages. Everything looks
fine when I create it, but it doesn't change the result when published.
If anyone knows how to use SeaMonkey, please let me know.
October 14, 2009: After a very hectic summer (personally), I
finally updated the Web site to reflect the upcoming Central Allison
Hill Community Cleanup. After the cleanup, I hope to update the site
more substantially, especially since HCSP is now a certified 501(c)(3)
nonprofit organization (though the donation links at the bottom of the
page still don't work). April 29, 2009: I changed the fonts throughout
the site. Most headings
are now Trebuchet MS and most body text is now Palatino Linotype. I
hope this makes things more readable. I also should have changed the
color of unused links. The entire site was updated to reflect the
passage of the South Allison Hill Community Cleanup. March 7, 2009: I updated the calendar by
adding Weed and Seed
meetings, the next Harrisburg City Council Public Works Committee
meeting, and the door-to-door flyer distribution. I also changed
a few things throughout the site to reflect the addition of the
Business Association of South Allison Hill as a partner in the SAH
Community Cleanup. I added downloadable flyers to advertise the SAH
Community Cleanup to the above event description and to the "Resources"
page. February 24, 2009:
Thanks to mention by Joshua Gebers in the minutes of the South Allison
Hill Ministerium, people are actually visitng the site, so I figured I
needed to put more information on here about the event, which is above.
I also updated the "About Us" page to reflect the upcoming SAH cleanup,
the "Resources" page to reflect the new Post Office box address, and
the "Records" page to reflect the cost of the Post Office box. As
always, if anything is missing, please let me know.
January 17, 2009:
HTML editor I was previously using, Nvu, did not allow for the
insertion of links to download files. I am now using SeaMonkey
Composer, which permits such links. I have added a few such links to
the "Resources" and "Records" pages. I changed all the link colors.
Un-visited links should now be green and visited links should now be
yellow. Hopefully the contrast works better. On the "Resources" page, I
added a link to the Facebook group and download links for some
Adopt-a-Block paperwork. On the "Records" page, I added download links
for the Articles of Incorporation, and proof of the publication of the
notice in The
also added a blog post and added the upcoming Harrisburg City Council
Public Works Committee meeting to the calendar.
January 15, 2009:
Over the past few days, I have added some all
the photos I have of events in the appropriate link. If you have any
other photos of the events that I may post, please let me know. In the
"About Us" section, I updated the statistics of the last cleanup. Once
I dig through a pile of papers, I will verify the numbers for the
earlier events and probably add a table to the "Records" page. Just to
make sure the blog worked properly, I added a wry litter-oriented F Minus comic strip. For a few days
after my last set of updates, I had been fixing the pages, but I was
having problems publishing the updated pages to the site. I hope this
problem does not persist.
January 9, 2009:
After tinkering with this site for a
few days, it is finally up and running. Everything should work, though
the "Photos" link leads to page that does not yet have any photos. I
still need to figure out how to links to files on here because I want
to allow the downloading of Adopt-a-Block documents and such. Let me
know if you have any ideas for this. As an alternative, I may link to
some external site to hold the files, like I did for the calendar and
the photos. Also please let me know if you find any problems with the
site, no matter how large or small, and opinions on what works, doesn't
work, etc. Thanks for visiting.