Soapbox Events: Week of June 29th and holiday closure

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Here's what's on tap for the week of June 29th along with our Tip of the Week!

Soapbox Open Office Hours
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very Tuesday from 3:00 - 3:30 pm ET
Join Open Office Hours

Join Support guru, Brad Grochowski, for this week's installment of Soapbox Open Office Hours. If you have questions about the management of your site, have run into problems you aren't sure how to work around, or want to talk to the Soapbox Support team "face-to-face" about a ticket you have opened, then Soapbox Office Hours are for you! No registration necessary. Just drop in!

Soapbox 101: Refresher Training, Part 1
Thursday, July 2, 2015
1:00 - 2:00 pm ET
Register to attend!

Are you a bit rusty in updating your Non-Profit Soapbox site or are you an entirely new staff person inheriting management of your organization's website? Join this first of our two monthly one-hour Soapbox 101: Refresher Training webinars with Support guru, Brad Grochowski, to cover some of the most common questions on using Non-Profit Soapbox. There will also be a Q&A so come prepared with your own questions! Be sure to RSVP! only 24 spots are available!

As part of the Soapbox 101: Refresher Training series, Brad covers the following topics:

  • Part 1: Overview of the content management system and Creating and Managing Modules
  • Part 2: Managing Menus and General Site Maintenance

Closed Friday in observance of 4th of July holiday

PICnet offices, including the Soapbox Support Center, will be closed on Friday, July 3th in observance of the 4th of July holiday.  If you are having problems with your website on that day, please open a ticket at http://support.picnet.net and we will look forward to assisting you when we return on Monday.

If your site is down, please make sure you check the "Help - My Site I Down!" checkbox to alert our emergency response team.

Tip of the week

While Soapbox has the ability to resize the display of images when a page loads, it is always a good idea to optimize your images by resizing the original files to the the size at which you wish them to display prior to uploading them to Soapbox.

For instance, if you have an image that is 2000 x 3000 pixels but you want that monster to display at just 200 x 300 pixels, resizing the file prior to uploading it is a very good idea.

For more on the whys and wherefores along with free and not-so-free image editing options, check out Images: Resizing images outside Soapbox.

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