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Mission Statement:

  • To encourage churches to work together as The Body of Christ;
  • To provide tools and advice to help them work more effectively;
  • To enable them to powerfully communicate Christ’s free gift of Salvation to everyone.

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  • We will be accountable, particularly in handling finances with integrity according to the highest business standards;
  • We always strive to be thoroughly honest, not least when reporting statistics;
  • We will be exemplary in morals – clear, clean and careful to avoid the very appearance of any impropriety

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  • Martin Francis
  • Darren Willson-Rymer

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  • Rev. Peter Blundell
  • Jim Klaas

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(289) 819-0603
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News Item: Improved Content Editor

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Improved Content Editor

Published on Jul 31, 2011 | Add comment
All Ecclesiact websites got an upgrade today - a new content editor module.

The editor panel we'd previously used to edit page and posting content in Ecclesiact was FCK Editor 2.5.b - and it began showing some serious problems when used with Internet Explorer 9, the most serious being an inability to place ECL, audio, video and YouTube tags in the intended location, and a tendency to make 'more' tags disappear without a trace.

Development of FCK Editor seems to have been abandoned now and the makers have started from scratch with a new product called CK Editor. Now that product is stable enough to use in production we've reprogrammed all of our special customized plugins (ECL, Audio, Video and YouTube tag handlers) and packaged it with the latest build.

One very welcome side-effect of the new upgrade (as we have it configured) is that this new editor makes a much better job of formatting HTML content to show 'nesting' of HTML tags. This means that those of you who edit your own page layouts will have a much easier time when working in design mode. Another nice touch is the use of 'floating panel' dialogs for editing tag properties - much less likely to be blocked by over-zealous 'popup blockers'. There's a new 'spell-check as you type' system included, and you should also experience much faster loading with the system from now on.

Although we've gone to great effort to minimise the visual changes you'll encounter using the new editor we have taken this opportunity to apply some much-needed standardization for the toolbar icon postions so that you should have a more consistent experience when working with the various screens in the system.

Please let us have your feedback about this new feature.

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