Family members can post content
Congratulations to Marisa and Shawn on their gorgeous wedding in Ocho Rios! How could you ask for a more perfect evening? We are going to go through our photos and post a collection of people’s thoughts here. Welcome also to Ivor and Serene Seepersaud, and to Donna Karran to the Seepersaud family web site. You can create your own stories if you wish, and perhaps you ought to give it a try.
We can do this posting because Jamaican weather chose Monday afternoon to pour rain and crash thunder in Ocho Rios. We almost chose to go to Dunn’s River Falls, which would have meant climbing Jamaica’s signature attraction (see the 1962 film Dr. No) in a thunderstorm. No thanks. Marisa made the right call.
Whether you are a Seepersaud, a Latchmansingh, a Ramroop, a Riwanna, a Narsing or a Sewnauth, you can use this site in ways Facebook just won’t let you do. This is done with an open-source piece of web software called WordPress. WordPress is estimated to power about one-sixth of all the sites on the Internet today.
I am aware of what Bob calls a folder permission issue when people try to register for the web site. It happends when you use the Captcha feature. Bob says we can resolve this easily with our web hoster, and he has done it with his MPP web site, but one ‘benefit’ of the issue if that it completely blocks computers in Russia, Poland and other strange corners of the world from being able to create phony accounts, and that makes this site completely secure for this unplanned reason.
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