Peripheral Neuropathy Support Group
 of the
DC Metro Area

No Cure
No "Race for a Cure"
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      Mutual Support &
      Being Heard?
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DC Peripheral Neuropathy Support Group

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Initial Sample Post

Posted by mandlfoxworth on December 4, 2015 at 11:20 PM

This is the first version of the DC Peripheral Neuropathy site.   I am not sure if this version will be useful, since I am in the beginning stage of checking it out. 

At the current time it has

A home page with

--- Some text, listing some conceptual-level goals for the site

--- A link so that a member can register or log in .  I have not yet figured out how the register process works (presumably an administrator has to approve any new members), but I logged in as myself so I could write this blog entry.

--- A drop down list of sub pages.  There is only one sub-page at this time, containing a copy of one of Steve's summary documents from a 2012 presentation about PN.

- A blog page (this page) with one entry (this one).  If a member logs in who has authority to create or edit an entry on this page, tools will appear on this page to allow the entry to be created.  This page will also show any comments that members (or, possibly, the general public) make on a particular entry.  Again, I have not figured out how that works either.  There can be multiple blog pages so alternative viewpoints can be heard.  Maybe multiple blogs on one page?

- A Contact Page.  This can be used to send an email message to the moderator.  Unfortunately, in the free version of this product (which is what we are currently using) we are limited to 24 messages a month, which would probably be a problem.

Mike Foxworth, Administrator First Class  [Finally, I have a title!]

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