If you’re seeing this post, all of last night’s internet magic worked, and we’re up and running on our new site!
Have a look around – we hope you like it. We’ve combined our blog with our old separate sites with information about our lodges. We hope this new format to be a lot more readable, and to allow a lot less jumping around between separate sites.
Here are some new features you can check out.
- All of our posts are ‘tagged’ now. If you look at the bottom of each post page, you’ll see the tags that apply to the post that you’re on. If you just got done reading a post that’s tagged with, say ‘Spey’ and ‘Rainbow Trout’, you can click either of the tags to see more posts with the same tag.
- There are tabs on the top of the page that will take you directly to a whole bunch of information about our lodges and our fisheries.
- Each of our posts is ‘thumbnailed’ now – you get to see a quick peek at the post on pages like our main blog page, the archive pages for each month, and the pages showing posts in each category (like ‘Andros South’).
On your first visit to this new site, you’re going to get our email newsletter pop-up form again (even if you saw it on our old site). Sorry about that! You’ll only see it once here.
Thanks for sticking with us through this transition. We’d love to hear any feedback you’ve got on our new site, either in the comment form below, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Back to all the talk about fishing!