"Page Not Found" error?
The site search feature is a Google-based component which requires Google to crawl the site to index all the pages. A request has been made for Google to crawl the site, but the city has no control over when Google will actually do it. Until that happens, the Site Search feature will point to pages on the old site which will automatically result in a "Page Not Found" error.
The city's old web site has been retired.
Notice anything different?
The city has kicked off the new year with the debut of its redesigned website. Visitors will enjoy many new features and find a simpler, more intuitive navigation that will greatly improve the user’s experience.
Among the new features:
- I Want To... — a convenient, all-in-one page with links to the most-requested pages on the site.
- Mobile compatibility — standard web pages are dynamically converted for viewing on all major smartphones including iPhone, Blackberry, Android, and Windows Mobile.
- Breadcrumbs — this convenient navigation feature shows the visitor’s current path on the top of each page to let them know exactly where they are on the web site.
- Littleton eConnect — Keep Me Updated! Website visitors can sign up to receive city email notices, setting their own preferences for the kind of notices they’re interested in.
- Events calendars — a comprehensive, city-wide calendar of city meetings and events, as well as calendars specific to individual departments such as Bemis Library and the Littleton Museum.
- Bookmark and Share — a popular feature that allows visitors to easily share website content with their favorite social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter.
- Feedback form — allows visitors to submit comments or questions from any page.
- And much more, including a rotating home page photo gallery, current weather conditions at the Littleton Center, an integrated Google translation link, printer-friendly pages, and a home-page emergency alert feature.
For questions or comments about the new site, click on the Feedback link at the top of any page.