Request your login credentials for TAB’s new website — complimentary for subscribers

Request your login credentials for TAB’s new website — complimentary for subscribers

Have you checked it out yet? If not, then you will definitely want to put this on your to-do list today.

The Alabama Baptist’s new website officially launched Jan. 2 — — with more than 35,000 articles.

Migrating from a site custom-built in 2007 to the new mobile-responsive option was no small feat. And while we are still tweaking various sections the new site is up and running for a much-improved user experience.

Be sure to get your login credentials if you are a subscriber to the print and/or digital edition of the paper. The login access is complimentary with your subscription. If you are currently not subscribing, then this is a great reason to go ahead and check us out. However, if you prefer subscribing only to the website, we have that option also.

To receive your complimentary website credentials or to subscribe to the website, go to the website and click on the gold “Login” button at the top of the site.

From there, those seeking the complimentary credentials should click on the first “click here” option in the description and the TAB staff will get you set up.

Note whether you subscribe as an individual or if your subscription is through a church (and include the name of the church).

If you do not have a subscription to the paper, then click on the second “click here” in the description to subscribe to the paper and receive complimentary website access or the last “click here” if you prefer only the website.

In all cases, you will receive an email with your username and password once you have been given access.

For our digital edition subscribers (the electronic flip-book verson of our print edition), we are experiencing a few technical difficulties relating to the flip book communicating with our new site.

The issues should be worked out soon. However, email if you continue to have problems logging into your digital edition after the Jan. 19 issue.

And be sure to let us know of any problems, concerns, malfunctions, etc., you discover on the new website. You are our best quality control managers and we depend on you. (TAB)