New web site artwork
Bruce Chr. Johnson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tue, 07 Oct 1997 22:17:46 -0700
Fellow Sea Scouters:
Thanks to the hard work of Jared Stoddard of Millcreek Squadron, we
have a number of new pieces of artwork on the Sea Exploring web site.
It will be immediately apparent what and where they are. Just point
your web browser to <http://www.sea.scouter.com>.
There is one piece of artwork that I assume more Ships with web sites
are going to want to use ... but you won't find 'used' anywhere on the
national site yet. If you follow the links to the 'Download Area' page,
and click on 'Graphic Images' and then 'Web Resources', click on 'First
Class Anchor - traditional (small) as a shield'. This is a terrific,
fairly small tradition Sea Scouting emblem on a red, white, and blue
background. It has been constructed to look like a button. This might
be a good way to link your Ship's web site to the National site.
Enjoy! More will be coming in the next few weeks. We're mostly
working on graphics right now. Other features are on the 'to do' list.
If you have any thoughts about what we might do to make the web site
better/more useful/more attractive, please let us know.
Skipper, S.E.S. Columbia Ranger
Columbia, Maryland USA