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CAT Website in Beta Testing!

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Now that we have structure and some content on the new CAT Website, we are in the process of testing it out!  Please feel free to leave your own comment about our work in progress.  Thanks!


  1. Bob Rosbert

    June 18, 2012

    Good job Carol!!
    I like the layout of the website!

    It would be truly interesting if we, as members of CAT, could also post pictures and at the same time as commentary since we have a large number of CAT photos that are missing the names of the people in the picture. I realize that it will require more space, but would be quite useful (especially if we send our ‘completed’ pictures to UTD archives for preservation).

    I’m interest in hearing from others on this.


    • Webmaster

      June 18, 2012

      Yes Bob, I am working on that! Other than being able to upload pictures to one’s own Members Page which is currently available, I am working on a system that will allow members to upload pictures to shared albums. Stay tuned!

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