Tuesday, April 17th – This week focuses on lots of updating and some additions to existing pages, too numerous to list individually. This is expected to continue through April 22nd. This includes fixing lots of old outbound links from the old site, updating information per the Center for Disease Control and other health organizations, as well as adding more and more resources.
Friday, April 13th – An auspicious day! HerpesOnline.org has been dormant without an active site manager for nearly three years. As of today, Mark Dabbs is the new site manager and has been porting over most of the old site content into a more manageable WordPress format. As a result there are some structural changes, but improvements and additions to the site will be ongoing on a steady basis.
The old content is being reorganized into modules as represented on each of the main pages of the Site.
* All About Herpes has two sections – one describing the various forms and aspects of herpes and one covering other important things you should know if you have or suspect you have herpes.
* Herpes Resources is in serious need of updating and expansion, but includes everything related to herpes testing, support hotlines, support groups, dating and events.
* Herpes Treatments will cover products, companies and herpes product related news.
* The STD Resource Center is for all information related to sexually transmitted diseases.
Finally, the MD Blog — needs a new name, but it will be somewhat broader in scope – covering many issues related to Herpes, STD’s, health care and more.
There’s a lot more in store and a few things may change in the process of fleshing everything out.