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seen throughout this site is for questions, comments and suggestions about
this web site only. If you want to contact the newsroom about the newspaper,
use the address firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to use this site
We've made every effort to ease navigation to any part
of this site. The navigation bar on the left will take you to any section
in a single click so you are never far from where you want to be.
Requirements and helpful hints
This site, like most others on the World Wide Web, looks
best when viewed with a browser such as Netscape Navigator 3.0 or Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.0. However, there are
presently no features presented that are incompatible with Navigator 2.0.
This site makes extensive use of tables, but few other
"advanced" features so as to be viewable by over 95 percent of
current browsers on the market. These pages are designed with Navigator's
default fonts and point sizes in mind. Navigator's default proportional
font is Times, 10 point. The fixed font is Courier, 12 point. These can
be accessed from your browser's general preferences menu. Though using
these defaults is not required to view these pages, that is how they look
best. Keep that in mind if information provided, especially in table form,
does not look correctly aligned.
Products we use
We use a number of Apple Power Macintosh models as newspaper paginators,
graphic design stations, workgroup servers and our web site station. We
believe the MacOS
is by far the superior operating system for nearly any kind of computer
We use Netscape Navigator 3.0 to browse the World Wide Web.
It is also the browser that best displays our site, and presently supports
features such as multimedia and Java programming that we plan to add in
the future. Microsoft's Internet Explorer is the next best option.
We use a variety of products from Adobe Systems, Inc., including PageMill 2.0, Photoshop 4.0, Illustrator 6.0 and Acrobat 3.0.
Our goal in providing this web site is not to win the
Cool Site of the Day award, nor to see how many bells and whistles we can
pack into one page. In other words, our goal is not to impress you.
Our goal is to inform you. This web site was established
to provide our area, the rest of the nation and, indeed, the entire world
with news and information about Northwest Arkansas. We do want your viewing
experience to be enjoyable and will gladly assist if you have trouble viewing.
Just e-mail us.
We fully intend to make this the most popular web site
in Northwest Arkansas, and will do so by bucking current trends and focusing
on useful, informative and entertaining content. We always welcome comments and suggestions. Viewer comments
helped shape this site and will continue to do so.
Your Friendly Neighborhood Webmaster,
Web Site / Remote Communications Manager
The Morning News of Northwest Arkansas
P.O. Box 7
Springdale, AR 72765