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Requested and Answered by Sthelensnow on 17-May-2014 03:59 (771 reads)
We embrace the St Helens business community and want to promote a vibrant environment between local businesses and the local community.

Most of the services for local businesses on St Helens Now are free of charge.

For further information please visit St Helens Now Business Network

Barry Grady, Site Producer, St Helens Now

Requested and Answered by Sthelensnow on 21-Jul-2013 03:50 (932 reads)
St Helens Now is not intended to be a traffic provider for other irrelevent sites. The purpose is to give you useful and informative information about St Helens, Merseyside as it happens, now.

We get lots of spammers attempting to post on St Helens Now. We want to protect you from that and we do not accept anonymous email addresses such as hotmail or known spam sites. Usually they just want to post totally irrelevent links.

The process is automated to reject these anonymous email addresses so they will not get through.

If you use a personal email address from your network provider such as btinternet, tesco, sky, virgin etc, or a genuine business email address, you should not have a problem.

If you really want to use an anonymous address because it's your lifeblood or whatever please Contact me to let me know.

Barry Grady, Site Producer.

Requested and Answered by Sthelensnow on 16-Mar-2009 02:17 (1071 reads)
Up to now, the most common problem when someone submits to the gallery is because of the size of the image. Your image must be no larger than 1,000 x 1,000 pixels. If your image is larger in size than this, please reduce the dimensions because if it is larger we will not accept it due to download times and the amount of space it takes up on our server. If you don't have your own photo manipulation software then Picasa is quite nifty and it's free. Download it from Google Picasa

Requested and Answered by Sthelensnow on 28-Jan-2009 01:56 (1054 reads)
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Requested by Sthelensnow and Answered by Alan56q on 23-Jul-2008 22:13 (1443 reads)
Firstly you need to register as a member, if you are already registered you need to login. At the bottom of the article is a button marked 'Post Comment'. Click on that button then scroll down to the bottom of the article again. You can then enter your comment and submit it by clicking the 'Submit' button.


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