||The Meadowcreek Village
Archive was conceived as a way to collect
and safeguard the history of the neighborhood and
the surrounding community. The archive is
maintained in a remote location so that, in the
event of natural disaster or other emergency,
copies of documents and records of important
neighborhood events may be preserved.
You can become an active part of
this project. If you have documents, pictures, or
other files related to the history of the
community or surroundings, upload them by
clicking "Submit A File" at the bottom
of an archive page.
|Clicking an appropriate web link will take
you to the archive's main page. At the top, you
will see a "breadcrumb trail" of links
letting you know where you are in the system. You
can use this to navigate back through the archive
heirarchy. "Home" will return you to
the Meadowcreek Village community web site. The
main portion of the page is a list of available
categories and subcategories of information.
Registered users have access to more of the
archive than guests. If you have already
registered, you will want to log in to see all
To log in, enter your username
and password in the boxes above the categories
list and click Login.
To register, click Register
and follow the instructions on the screen that
|When you have logged in, you will see more
options than before. You can click on a category
name to see a page of subcategories. If shown,
you can click directly on a subcategory name to
go to that folder.
|When you have selected a folder, you will be
taken to a list of files. The type will be
indicated in the left column, followed by the
file name and description, and other file
information. Click on a file that interests you.
|This takes you to the File Detail page. This
gives more information about the file and a link
to download the file and associated images (if
any). To view or download, click or right-click
the Download Now link
at the bottom of the page. To view a gallery of
images associated with the file, click the Images link at the bottom of
Submitting Files to the Archive
One of the best features of the archive is
that you can help build it. If you have
photographs, newspaper clippings, advertising, or
other historical documents related to the
community and its development, you can add them
to the arhive. Scan the item(s) and upload them
using the Submit a File link found at the bottom
of most pages.
|To submit a file to the archive, click the Submit a File link at the
bottom of any page. This will take you to File
Submittal. Fill out as much of the the requested
information as possible. This helps our
moderators in organizing the files:
- File Name: Enter the file name to appear
in the archive here.
- Description: Type a brief description of
the file here.
- Additional Information: Add any
additional information for the moderators
here, such as background explanation or
contact information. This will not be
published in the archive.
- File Download Address: If the file exists
on the Internet, enter the link
Path to File: If the file exists on your
computer, click the Browse...
button to locate the file.
- Developer: Enter the file author's name
- Version: In most cases, this will be
"Final", but it could be a
number or a date.
- File Category: Choose the category you
think the file best fits into. Leave
blank and a moderator will assign it.
- Security Verification Code: Enter the
code you see in the box at right. This is
to ensure that a person is uploading a
file and that the system is not being
attacked by automated spammers. Yes, the
characters are difficult to read... that
- Images: You can upload associated image
files by using the boxes to browse to
their location on your computer. The
total file size of all uploads cannot
exceed the size indicated.
When finished, click the Submit
File button and wait for an
acknowledgement. This may take a few seconds to a
few minutes, depending on the size of the upload
and your connection speed. Some files may require
moderator approval before they appear in the
you are done using the site, be sure to LogOut using the link near
If you are a registered user, you can update
your profile, set subscriptions, or change your
password using the User Panel
link next to your user name.
We do not share your account details with
anyone. We strongly suggest that you make a
personal record of your Username and Password.
All data is encrypted and is not recoverable. If
you lose your password, you can contact the
system administrator and ask that it be reset
using the Contact Admin
link found at the bottom of most pages. This must
be done using the e-mail address listed on the
account and you must include your Username in the
If you are familiar with the archive
and how to navigate it, click the link below:
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