The site has been rebuilt completely from scratch over the past months, with lots of new functionality, new design elements and lots of new public information sections and resources being added.
We've paid particular attention to making everything easy to find and simple to use.
As well as using the top navigation bar to find information on the website you can also use the "Search the Website" box at the top of any of the pages. Type in your search term and click on the button and we will return a list of matching pages that might be of interest.
If you've registered with ACAT before, or are a current Member, then your login will work as normal. Just click on the link at the top right of the page to "Log In To ACATonline" and fill in the form.
With such an enormous redevelopment there will probably be a few glitches that emerge when the site is being used by real visitors and members of ACAT.
If you are unlucky enough to encounter a problem, firstly we're sorry for the inconvenience, and secondly, please do get in touch and tell us about it. We will try and fix most problems within just a couple of working days, if not sooner.
Send any errors and problems to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll get onto it pronto!
We will publish some more stories in the coming days and weeks to help you get the most out of the website. We'll introduce some of the new features and functions that make this redevelopment so significant and substantial. We will also give you pointers for where to find all the things that were on the old site, just in case they're not obvious when you first look around.
This new site has been the work of a large team of people who have contributed in various ways to its success. In addition to us geeks who've recoded and redesigned the whole caboodle, there have been many contributors who've written articles, provided references, shared ideas and provided feedback along the way, all encouraged, cajoled and coordinated by Maddy Jevon, ACAT's development officer.
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This site has recently been updated to be Mobile Friendly. We are working through the pages to check everything is working properly. If you spot a problem please email email@example.com and we'll look into it. Thank you.