I’ve been working on WordPress sites a lot lately. The other day, it was Charlene’s blog. Today, it was the CCF Alumni Foundation website, of which I’m the Chairman.
This is what my e-mail address looks like when it’s been “enkoded.”
The other problem I solved this afternoon was the implementation of a prayer requests form for the CCFAF. It’s built on Google Docs technology, which I then embedded using an <iframe> into the WordPress post. The problem wasn’t creating the form, that’s easy enough. The problem was figuring out how to get notified each time the form was filled out. But I ran across this article, and now we should be good to go.
Go try it out! When someone fills out the form, I automatically get an e-mail notification. Then I can either pray for it directly, or have someone from the Board pray for them. Excellent! Technology at its finest: serving the Kingdom of God.