Website Progress Report:

Update Completed

Water Tiger School of T'ai Chi Ch'uan Patchogue Long Island New York

Laoshi Laurince D. McElroy

Suffolk County, Long Island


October 2011

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It began on November 28, 2010. With the assistance of our previous webelf and her husband, Francesca and Paul DeStefano. Their generous assistance helped us complete our first upload on the refurbished website. Although nothing could’ve been considered “out of date” at that time, there had been no “active” changes to the site since mid-2009.

As the rebuild has unfolded, it has kept the basic look that Ms. DeStefano originally created, but aspects of how the pages appear and function have changed.

The first pages to be updated included Home, Class Offerings, Schedule & Fees, Profile, and News & Events. In the weeks that followed, other primary pages were completed. These included the Shards of Truth collection, Instructor Profile, Contact & Directions, Links & Reference, FAQ, the Water Tiger Services pages, and the main Archive page.

With these initial updates, we were able to return to such features as a “weekly quote” on the homepage and nearly “live” listings on the News & Events page.

The next section of the site took a little time as it was the entire family of pages linked through our World T’ai Chi & Qigong Day - Patchogue Archives page. It was completed and uploaded in February. The work for it, however, was only  a preview of the work to come in rebuilding the pages to hold our new Gallery. That task was only recently completed on October 8, 2011.

All that was remaining after the Gallery update was the scattered pages linked from the main Archive page.  Those were completed and uploaded yesterday, October 22, 2011.

There are no pages remaining in the previous format and the “under construction” sign has come down. Finally.

Because our website is built with Microsoft software, we continue to suggest that Internet Explorer is the best choice for viewing our site.  In other browsers, aside from some text and image quality issues, a bookmark link will take you to the appropriate page, but probably not to the appropriate location on that page.  We apologize for this inconvenience.

As McElroy Laoshi is now Water Tiger’s webelf, please let him know if you stumble upon any other technical glitches and we’ll do our best to address them in a timely fashion.

Let us know how we can make your surfing of things Water Tiger better and we’ll see what we can do ...