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Registration Information

This event is for CURRENT GNPA members.

This is an ONLINE ONLY GNPA Webinar using Zoom.

 

To register:

  1. Go to the GNPA website and log in as a member.
  2. From your Member Home page scroll down to WEBINAR AND MEETING SCHEDULE AND REGISTRATION
  3. Click on the registration link that corresponds to this meeting
  4. You will receive a confirmation email with the link to the webinar
  5. You will get 2 reminder emails, one the day before the event and one an hour before the webinar

If you are not a GNPA member, go to www.GNPA.org and please join. This is the ONLY way for you to register for the webinar.

DISPLAY GF SHOWLEADERS TABLE VIEW

ADDING CONTACT DATA FOR
GNPA OFFICERS, CHAPTER COORDINATORS, COMMITTEES, ETC.

As a content author or editor, you often need to include contact information in your post, etc., to a GNPA Officer, Chapter Coordinator, etc.

Instead of putting in the static information to an individual, the new feature will always show the current information.

Instead of putting the data in directly, use this special “shortcode” instead:

[showleaders position="President"] {position} {first} {last} {email} {email-as-link} {phone}[/showleaders]

 

What the shortcode does:

It finds a position in the table to the right and then displays the field data using tags, i.e., {position} {email} {first} etc.  If the tag is included in the shortcode, the data in the table will be displayed in its place.

How to Use:

Start by Copying the following and pasting it in where you want the contact information to show.

 

[showleaders position="President"] {position} {first} {last} {email} {email-as-link} {phone}[/showleaders]

USAGE:

The is used to find the position in the table from which to pull the contact data. (Note that the position name is not case sensitive so “president” or “President” will work.)

NOTE: Tags in the following may show with an extra space so it will display correctly. Do not include them when you use a tag.

Use the following “tags” { } to show data from the table:

  • { position } – shows the title from the table
  • { first } – shows the person’s first name
  • { last } – shows the person’s last name

There are two “tags”that can show the email:

    • { email } – shows it as text with no link.
    • { email-as-link } – displays the email as a clickable link.
  • { phone } – shows the phone number if there.

To show less information, simply remove a tag, i.e., remove { position } and { phone }”from the shortcode and they will not be shown.


You can include your own text before or after a tag. For example, “Email: { email-as-link }”

You can also rearrange the order of the tags.

The final bracket is required.

Examples:

[showleaders position="President"] {position} {first} {last} {email} {email-as-link} {phone}[/showleaders]

 

Will display as:

President Bill White president@gnpa.org president@gnpa.org 999-999-9999

Removing { position } and { phone } from the above would display as:

Bill White president@gnpa.org 999-999-9999

[showleaders position=" Vice President"] VP, {first} {last} Email: {email-as-link} [/showleaders]

Will display as:

VP, Tom Wilson Email: vicepresident@gnpa.org

What to do if it doesn’t work?

If you do not see anything, check that the position= value EXACTLY matches the positon name in the table.

If you see code but not the data for the position, check to be sure your shortcode starts with a single [ and ends with ].

If that doesn’t solve your issue, email webmaster@gnpa.org for help.

Why do it this way?

Instead of having to go back in and find and change all the places this appears, the system will automatically up-to-date contact information.

When there are newly elected members, different people assume roles, etc., all that is necessary to update everything is to change the data in the table. The rest is automatically updated.

Result? Our members are not frustrated by getting links or contact that no longer work and no one has to laboriously go page by page, post by post, to update the information.

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Current Projects – Piedmont Park Conservancy

Current Projects – Piedmont Park Conservancy

Contact Clay Fisher at cons_PPC@gnpa.org for questions or to request a Model Release Form if you choose to photograph visitors.

 

2021 Oct / Nov Photo Calendar & Shot List:

 

Requested Shot List for Fall:

  • General plant images
  • Flora closeups
  • Overall images of trees
  • Trees with fall color
  • Shrubs
  • Perennials
  • Drone photographs

Scheduled weekday shoot:

Saturday shoots:

Open Times Photography Opportunities:

  • Dog Parks – general park area (including dogs)
  • Active Oval skyline
  • Wide views of Oak Hill
  • Group shots – only if people are spread out in Park (must look like people are distancing)
  • People wearing masks
  • Front Lawn
  • Peregrine Point
  • Lake Gazebo
  • Park Drive bridge
  • Active Oval
  • Fall colors (late October)

Specifics plants:  Beautyberry

Always needed:

Diversity in photos (age, ethnicity, attire); Runners, walkers, bikers, skaters, scooters, fishing, sports, picnics, kites, families, bench sitting, all birds, ducks, squirrels, turtles, bugs.

Monuments- there are monuments throughout the park. Once we have these images we can tell a story about them.

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