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Much of the HTA site content is private to Members of the HTA and require a member login in order to access/view.  The HTA welcomes eligible new members.  To enquire about becoming a member of the HTA, please visit the Join area of the site.
Welcome to YOUR HTA Website

John RodellWelcome to the HTA website – we’ve been working to create a more interactive experience for our members, as well as reducing the costs of running the Association.  The new HTA site will enable us to publish and distribute more content and information to Members on a regular basis that, in the past, incurred the costs of printing/postage.  

This latest version of the website is now 'device responsive' which means it is much easier viewable on devices such as smartphones, tablets etc by automatically responding to screen size (ie by re-sizing images and re-presenting menus to suit the device).

There will also be new online advertising and promotional opportunities including:-

  • Site sponsorship - featuring the sponsor’s name throughout the site.
  • Advertorial – ie articles that are 50% informative and 50% promotional and also feature a supporting advertisement.
  • Banner Ads – a clickable 'banner' advertisement

To be able to view this page, you will have had to login using your secure username and password.  Member only content is mingled in across the site - check that your 'display name' is visible at the right hand side of the user menu near the top of the page to confirm your are logged in.

NB: Users are self-administering so members will be responsible for maintaining and updating their own details.  The HTA Secretariat can manually assist with a password reset if necessary however; in the event of a forgotten password, please follow the online prompts for a reminder in the first instance.

The intention is to continually develop the site with features and information designed to enhance the value of your HTA Membership.  If you have any ideas or thoughts on what you would like to see, please let us know – good ideas that are feasible and affordable will always be considered!

John Rodell MBA, HTA Chairman

 

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