Website Information - Naphill Village Hall Website

Naphill Village Hall, at the centre of village life.
Updated 23rd March 2017
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Links to external Websites are provided as a "service" to users of this site. This Website has no control over the availabilty of external Websites nor the content or information provided by them. As such this Website does not accept responsibilty for any content or information provided by external Websites.

Users of this Website use links to external Websites at their own risk.


1. Displaying the contents of PDF files

If you select a menu or a drop down menu that contains an Adobe PDF file the contents may obscure the remaining menu buttons. This is not a fault in the Website, but is caused by the way that some browsers display Adobe PDF files i.e. they will always be placed in front of everything else, unfortunately this effect cannot be prevented.

In order to view what is behind the PDF file you will need to click on the "Go Back Button" i.e. the blue circle with the white arrow at the top left hand corner of your screen.




2. Displaying the contents of files that are located in "The Cloud" i.e. Dropbox files

If you select a drop down menu where the contents are located in the cloud on Dropbox, you will see a Dropbox screen asking you to "Sign In", this is not necessary. To bypass this "Sign In" screen, mouse click anywhere on the screen outwith the the area of the Dropbox pop up sign in screen.




  3. The Trustee Only Page

   This page is for Naphill Village Hall Trustees only and is password protected. In oder to access this page you need
   to obtain the necessary password from the Secretary. Once you have obtained the password please enter your      
   name and password in the fields shown. Please note that both your name and password are "case-sensitive".
   Due to the files on this page being located in "The Cloud" i.e. Dropbox files there may be a slight delay in the files   
   loading.




   Saving files to your PC, once you have opened a file and wish to save the contents to your PC, please select  
   Download then Direct download, see below :





   If you are using Internet Explorer as your browser, select the down arrow to the right of the save button and   
   choose where you wish to save the file to, see below :





   If at any time you see the Dropbox "Sign In" screen as in Point 2 above asking you to "Sign In", to bypass this "Sign    
   In" screen,  mouse click anywhere on the screen outwith the the area of the Dropbox pop up "Sign In" screen.

   Please note that any files on the Trustee Only page are located on Dropbox this means that if you wish to save a     
   file on your PC, there will be a slight delay as the request is sent from your PC to the website server and from  
   there to the Dropbox server and then from the Dropbox server back to the website server then back to your PC.
   If you select save as too quickly you may only save the file name and not the contents.

  
   4. Website most recent update date

    The date of the most recent update to the website is shown at the top of the page i.e.
  
                            




 



"a centre that will radiate good fellowship"
S.F. Piercy Village Hall Secretary May 1943.
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