Monday, 5 October 2009

Ramsgate Town Council website up and running.

Click on the link for the new Ramsgate town Council website http://www.ramsgatetc.kentparishes.gov.uk/ I appreciate that this is early days so I will try not to be too critical.

The main two problems that I can see in basic structure is that there are no feeds and no search facility, as this is a package offered by Kent County Council to lots of parish councils the criticism must I think be directed at them.

What this means for us, that is until it’s sorted out, is you can’t tell when anything new is posted and you can’t find specific things on it easily.

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