Website Facelift

The eBranch has been working on a facelift to the website for several months.  The facelift is now complete.  The changes include:

  • Navigation menus were reworked to be more compact.  In addition, clicking on a menu item takes you directly to the page.
  • Locations dropdown menu once again includes all branch locations for one-click access
  • Links to important content are reorganized, made more prominent
    Branch pages are more streamlined
  • Design is brighter, more graphics-based, less text
  • The outdated Spanish language section has been removed.  In its place is a Google translation option for Spanish, Arabic, Persian, Urdu, and Vietnamese.

We  hope you enjoy the redesigned website.  We welcome any comments or questions you may have.

Comments

Nice job! I like the uplift.

Nice job! I like the uplift. Keep it up!

Thanks for the comment.  Glad

Thanks for the comment.  Glad you like our facelift!

CONGRATULATIONS -- YOU

CONGRATULATIONS -- YOU MANAGED TO MAKE THE WEB SITE HARDER TO USE.

Thank you for your feedback. 

Thank you for your feedback.  I'm sorry you feel the website is more difficult to use. We welcome feedback as to what you feel s harder to use.

You have used the word

You have used the word "website." The proper spelling of the term is "Web site" -- with a capital W and two separate words. People who work at a library should know better.

Really? Oh pleeeeeease!

Really? Oh pleeeeeease!

Thank you for your comment. 

Thank you for your comment.  According to Merriam Webster Dictionary, website is an accepted  variation of Web site.