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It is pleasing to see that 116 members now have their own icon – nearly 18% of all members.

Any other members wishing to have their own icon e.g. favourite football team logo etc can do so by following the following procedure: –

Save a logo/picture/photo onto their own folder on their laptop or PC
Go into the members area on Club website and go onto Dashboard
Click on the members icon on left (picture of 2 head and shoulders) and click on Your Gallery
Within the Upload a New Picture section, click on Browse and go to the saved picture in your folders and double click it.
It will then appear in Your Uploaded Images section
Ensure both Main Picture and Is Avatar bullets are clicked
Click Save Changes and ‘hey presto’ all your previous and new comments and posts will have your icon against every entry.

Any problems with following this simple process – please contact me. COME ON – let’s get every member with their own icon!! Even Trevor Smith has managed to follow the instructions!!

Again pleasingly, the activity is getting greater and greater on the site with over 30,000 REAL hits (at least 100 per day), 500 posts, 320 comments and 220 members! Keep using the site and let me know of any improvement ideas you may have.

2 comments for this article:
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    Matt Chidlow

    Mr Chairman pls feel free to change your icon to the same as mine at your earliest convenience.

    YNWA

    Matt

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    Keith Hardy (Chairman)

    Hi Matt – jealousy is a terrible vice. You will note that I never mentioned your logo – out of sympathy really – as it’s so sad for the ‘most knowledgeable’ and ‘best behaved’ supporters (if you listen to the press instead of every other clubs’ supporters) to get to the stage where they start knocking bigger clubs! I think Rafa is doing a fantastic job – long may he reign!!

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