Any readers that don’t have access to the site should now be able to register for accounts to become subscribers. You will have advantages to this, of course. The primary one is that you will be able to comment on the articles on our pages today. We can also contact you directly as needed (though we won’t spam your inboxes, promise!) and it helps us secure the website more.
We’ll probably even eventually have things that only subscribers can see and have access to when we post. If you click on the login link above, you will be provided with an option to register.
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Heads up ladies and gents! To better shake out the gears on the new site, I’m here with some awesome news. Our resident Seizui told us he’s got a stream planned for tomorrow with Justin Woodward, lead over at Interabang Entertainment, who bring us Super Comboman. We’ll have some Q & A, and maybe even some keys to give out to some lucky viewers.
This stream is targeted to start around 6pm PDT, join us on our main channel for what’s looking to be a crazy time!
Welcome to the new Sanctuary Crew website! We have been working on getting this up and running for awhile, so it’s very exciting to be able to pull this and reveal it to the world.
Now that it’s live, allow me to give you a bit of a digital tour!
Multiple members of the team will be writing posts. For now, it’s just me and my silly lonely little post here. (Or two. I’ll probably have another up tonight before I’m done!) You can select which author you want to read from on the left under pick your author. Then you can see our channel list. With the channels visible- once one goes live, you should be able to see the icon and viewer count. When it’s not, you can see links to it at the very least. Then below that will be the display for our calendar. We promise to try and keep this better updated. And you can also see our twitter feed as well.
If you click on an author’s name in a post, you will get access to their profile, as well. We’ll soon have these completed and accessible from the ‘who are we’ page as well.
We’re going to be taking some time to fill out our profiles and start adding more content to the new site- not only that, but you may see some of our articles from our old news archive start surfacing as well.
Since we’re going through the growing pains of adjusting to a new website, you will probably start seeing from a bunch of us as well. Not only that, if you find any bugs, please let us know! We’ll definitely try to get everything ironed out!
Thank you so much for your patience, we hope you like this site, too!
It’s a weird feeling to know that I’m obsoleting my capstone project. I’m doing it in this case, however, to ensure added functionality and continuity to the website used by the people of the Sanctuary Crew and our fans.
This new site will be running on WordPress. This way, members that do not have HTML access or the ability to connect to the FTP or even to know what to do with the FTP once they connect may have some capabilities for what to do. We have categories for just the team, any game news we wish the talk about, Steam updates, administration, and of course- one just for Firehawke: Pun of the Day. It’ll be a good outlet for him. ;)
There’s still a lot to do, but the primary, functional work is nearing its completion. There’s a WHOLE LOT I want to do still- add more banners and so forth, but that will take some time and work. However, I hope that this site will bring together more of Sanctuary Crew.
There are a few things to note:
1) Once this site goes live, calendar entries will become 100% mandatory for streaming. As you can see on the left, we have a pretty obvious streaming broadcast list. Feel free to schedule far in advance, too! Don’t be afraid of it.
2) Use the chat in the dashboard for questions. That’s there for us for communication.
3) Never ever be afraid to ask myself or Firehawke questions about the page. When it comes to the design and wordpress system ask me, when it comes to any code in the backend, ask Hawke.
4) And have fun. :D
A common practice is to keep one post in one category, and use as many tags as possible. That’s silly, as this fits two categories. We’ll figure out tags as we go, however.