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TPI announces website redesign for newspapers

Published 10:33pm Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Tallapoosa Publishers has relaunched and websites.

Brent Maze, Web Editor for Tallapoosa Publishers, said that the new sites allow readers a much more user-friendly format to keep up with what’s going on in the Lake Martin area.

“Our new format offers a much simpler and easier website to navigate, but it also features photo galleries and videos much more prominently than before,” Maze said. “We also still have the same features you are used to, such as a well-stocked list of calendar events and forums for you to make comments.”

Maze added that there are a few things to keep in mind with the new site.

All readers must register for the main website again.

“If you’re already a member of our online forum or a subscriber to our Digital Edition, those usernames and passwords did not change,” Maze said. “But if you wish to comment on our regular website, you will need to register again for this site to make comments. At the very top of the screen, below our logo, you’ll see a bolded register link that you can click on. Once you have filled out your details, you will be e-mailed a temporary password that you can use.”

When logging in for the first time, users be able to go to their profile pages and change their password.

If readers notice any problems with the new website, Maze asked that they contact them him at or at 256-234-4281, ext. 20.

“Please check out our new website as soon as you can,” Maze said. “We hope that you will find this site informational and engaging.”

  • Larry A. Moncrief – Wadley, AL

    Much better layout. I like it!!

    Consider Wadley as one of your local sports/high school programs in the future. Many of our citizens work in Alex City and we share the same river…

    Larry A. Moncrief

    Go Wadley bulldogs!

  • James Staunton

    I love the new and improved website. Great job everybody!

    -Jim Staunton

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