Heads Up: Changes are Coming to SpacePolicyOnline.Com

Heads Up: Changes are Coming to SpacePolicyOnline.Com

SpacePolicyOnline.com is about to change its look.  We’ll have the same objective, non-partisan content as always, but we are moving to a new mobile-friendly software platform with streamlined site navigation.  The change is scheduled to take effect on Monday, July 31, 2017.

Our news stories, fact sheets, meeting and hearing summaries and event calendar will all be there.  Anyone who accesses the site using a mobile device should have a better experience and everyone hopefully will find the new navigation menu at the top of the page more intuitive than the current design.

The switch to the new platform should be seamless.  That being said, we all know that hiccups are not uncommon in the IT world so please bear with us if it’s not!

If you encounter a “Page Not Found” message, for example, please keep trying.  You may have to refresh your cache.

For those of you on the SpacePolicyOnline.com email list, you should NOT have to sign up again.  The software product that automatically scoops up our stories and sends them to you will stay the same.

What you see in those emails will change, however.  Instead of receiving the entire text of an article, you will get only the headline and the first 400 characters.  If you want to keep reading the article, just click on the headline and you will be whisked to the website so you can read it there.  This will avoid the problem some of you have experienced where images do not appear because your email system blocks them.  It also means that you will get the most up-to-date version of the story.

Let us know if you have any trouble finding your way around the redesigned site or if you discover that you are not getting our emails.

You can reach us at:  info@spacepolicyonline.com.

Hope you enjoy our new look and modern capabilities.

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