Karate has been included as a sport in the Tokyo 2020 Olymics. This is an historic event and the New Zealand Disablity Karate Association aims to be there.
If a student has entered their date of birth on the account page their birthday will appear on the journey page. This so that that it can be celebrated at the dojo.
At NZ-DKA we believe that every aspect of a student's life is important and should be acknowledged.
Buttons and menus are now removed and the background images a cleared so that printing can work regardless of the browser you use.
Had a small problem with date entry in that you could end up with 00/mm/yyyy if letters were used. If that occurs now the system will use todays date.
All of the functionality of the website has been delivered. The last part was to create the administration capability including the bulk account update options.
The karate journey pages have been completed. Students can now see their attendance, grades and awards on line.
The bulk update and administration options for Sensei will be added to the site over the next couple of days.
The Our Mission page has been updated to make the club objectives clearer. A new section has been added explaining our grade structure and the meaning behind the belt colours.
The website has been going through a major review. This has been to enable you to access the site from mobile devices and to improve the accessibility of the site.
The next phase is review the readability of pages such as the Mission Statement page.
The design for the new lifetime membership cards has been approved and sent to the printers for production. The first batch should arrive in the next 10 days.
The new gi badges arrived in the post this morning. We are extremely happy with their quality and I am sure all club members will be very proud to sport them on their gi.