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CPL Launches New Website

Welcome to our new website! We made sure that all of the things you love about cantonpl.org stayed, and have added new features, such as RSS feeds, the ability to post your comments, and simplified navigation. We hope our blogs will encourage discussion about and with our community. While a great deal of work and consideration has gone into the design of the new website, we expect to make refinements and roll out new features, and we look forward to hearing from you how we can improve.

Click on My Account to register on the new website and start exploring!


Eva M. Davis, Director

Comments

shesource
Wed, 2009-01-21 16:32
Welcome to blogging CPL!!! Great work ;-).
kpetlewski
Wed, 2009-01-21 17:29
Looks great, Eva! Like the font and the clean look. More comments after I explore a while!
patsy
Wed, 2009-01-21 23:25

Searching results
Delivers
50
hits per page

I really like the fact that when doing a search, you get 50 hits listed. Some searches only give you 10 per page making you hit NEXT to view the next 10. AND, this HTML option for making a comment is pretty cool! Also, I'd like to see more stuff on the Home page, but I'm sure that's coming.
eva
Thu, 2009-01-22 11:31
I am intrigued by your comment about wanting to see more stuff on the home page, Patsy. What would you like to see us add?
sunny44
Mon, 2009-02-02 14:23
There is a problem when I log on to My Account. At the top there are a lot of numbers and letters in a vertical column. There is no designation for books I have requested. Will this be corrected?
lunchgroup
Mon, 2009-02-02 14:30
Thanks for letting us know, sunny44! This is a display error, and we're working on correcting it. The vertical column is the link to your requested items; clicking on it will show you your request list. Thanks for your patience, we'll get the format fixed shortly.
michaelthomas
Tue, 2009-02-03 00:11
The colors of love blend into my heart when I collide with the aura of your presence. I cannot see past the sunrise, but I can see into your soul when you smile.
michaelthomas
Wed, 2009-02-04 00:14
The events of birds called from limbs lazy to the sky-sun announce festivities apropos to God's show. I came upon shadows from mystic lamps imitating the eyes of angels favor. Did you start the music of a harp in harmony with a violin fronted by a hosted orchestra of blends? I cannot swallow without crying for Chopin nocturne 20 in C Sharp and me thinking of you miles away but here in my heart.