Having Trouble Accessing Our New Website?

Help ButtonIt may take 1 to 3 days for our domain names — www.eclalibraries.org and www.eclalibraries.com — to fully migrate over to our new website. During this time, you might get bounced back and forth between our old site and new site, or you might even received an error message. This is normal until the domain names fully start working with the new website.

But, the issue may also be with your browser. Web browsers, like our homes, sometimes need a little spring cleaning, or like our cars, need a tune-up. You might need to change your browser settings, refresh the page, or clear the browser cache and cookies. This helpful article from WordPress (on which our new website is built) explains how to do all of these tasks. Please give these a try if your browser is having issues with our new website.

Thank you for your patience!

Colleen Greene
ECLA Web Coordinator
President, Southern California Chapter


About Colleen Greene

Colleen (Robledo) Greene, MLIS, is a librarian, web developer, and college educator with twenty years of genealogy experience. She has expertise in Mexican and Hispanic research, methodology, and emerging technologies.

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