We're very conscious that people's time has become increasingly precious and know that sometimes you might skip a News item or blog in case it takes too long to read.
Well, now we can help ... we've just added a nifty little feature to the News and Blogs pages of our website. What you will see is a neat toolbar just under the News or Blog title that provides you with an estimated reading time for every item, as well as the published date and the number of comments on it - without you needing to scroll to the bottom to see if there are any.
Here's how it looks on desktop or mobile devices (without the blue arrows, obviously! )
You're welcome :-)
Many of you will be aware that for several years it has been our practice to change the cover image at the top of the page of our Facebook Group on a weekly basis.
We've decided that it's time for a change; most of the other quality groups out there today use a single persistent image that not only reinforces their brand visually, but also makes their groups easier to recognise online and helps members know they are on the right page.
We have therefore discontinued the weekly cover image change with immediate effect, and are now proudly displaying a shiny new group image created specially for us by Dom Coleman. Here it is:
As you can see, the design is very closely based upon the large physical banners we have been using for some time at classic car shows and puts our group logo (designed by Gar Cole) front and centre; this also provides consistency with group merchandise such as grille badges and stickers, and we believe it will help members and others to recognise us more easily.
Thanks again to Dom - his graphic design work is hugely appreciated by the Admin team.
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