Group and membership information and more on using the web site.
Is it all a bit overwhelming? Are you having difficulty finding what you need?
It's OK. As it says in big letters on the Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, Don't Panic.
Take a look through the help section to find the information you need, and if you still have a question about the web site, e-mail email@example.com. Also, please get in touch if something on the site isn't working.
To contact the group about ceremonies, membership enquiries, or anything else, use this page to e-mail us.
We've aimed to make this web site as straightforward as possible for you to use, and would appreciate any feedback you have.
This web site has been designed to work in a different range of Internet browsers, and has been tested for use in Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Opera. We recommend Mozilla Firefox as the easiest, fastest and most secure web browser available - and it's free.
We will occasionally make documents available for download from our web site for you to print and keep - usually they will be available as PDF files. If you don't know what a PDF file is, this page may be useful to you.
Membership of the Suffolk Humanist & Secularist group is a very reasonable minimum £10 per year and gives you a regular newsletter, and access to members-only areas of this web site. Members can buy a copy of the BHA's Short Course on Humanism at the special discount price of £4.
You will see this web site has a small symbol on the right-hand side of the home page. If you click this little orange square you will be taken to a strange looking web page which looks like it has another version of our home page.
What's all that about?
It's really quite simple. RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication, and is a system that allows you to 'subscribe' to a web site, so that you are automatically informed when that web site is updated. If you look at a lot of web sites for information, it can sometimes be hard to keep up with all of the updates - that's where RSS comes in. You can choose to be notified when a web site is updated without having to go and check for yourself.
To use RSS, you need a news reader - a piece of software or a web page which you can add all of your 'subscriptions' to, and that will keep you informed if one of your favourite web sites is updated. Look at the section on RSS News Readers on this web page for links to some useful tools, as well as more information on RSS. Lots of web sites use it, including the BBC.
The easiest way to use RSS is if you use the Firefox web browser - look for the little symbol in the address bar of Firefox...
... click on the symbol, and add a Live Bookmark to your bookmarks folder, that will always be up to date with the latest headlines from our site.