All material provided must meet the requirements of the Website Content Policy.
Rules for Pictures
Pictures should be sharp and clear, and should be large in size, that is, have high resolutions.
If you take pictures of people, get permission from all people in the picture to have their picture appear on the Internet and in the Heirloom. Inform the webmaster or Heirloom editor that permissions have been granted.
If you find a picture on the Internet that you want to use, make sure it does not have copyright or usage restrictions. Provide the picture as well as a link to where you found it on the Internet.
Content of Articles
Include the following pieces of information:
- A title for the article.
- Who to contact for more information, with an email link or phone number.
If it is an event, also include the following:
- Date and time of the event.
- Location of the event, if it is not Heritage Church.
- Description of the event.
- Who the event is open to (examples: women of the church, church members and friends, adults and high school teens, the public).
- Whether childcare will be provided, or is available upon request, or is not available.
Provide any links needed (for example, to an external webpage or to an email address).
Try to follow the Website Style Guidelines as much as possible.
Submit material at the time you want it to appear on the website, and/or prior to the submittal due date for the Heirloom.
If you submit an article for an event that will happen several months in the future, the Heirloom editor will repeat the article unchanged in succeeding months of the Heirloom, and you do not need to resubmit it.
Type (or copy and paste) the text into the body of an email message, or attach it to an email message as a Microsoft Word document. Send any pictures as attachments to emails.
Send the email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The webmaster and/or Heirloom editor make the final decision regarding what text and pictures to use, and also reserve the right to edit the text and pictures submitted.