We hope you enjoy CWALocal1032.org's new look—as well as all the new features, tools, and resources for members. Our website is maximized to perform best with the Internet Explorer browser. The site will work in other formats; however, no matter which browser you use, please make sure you are using the latest version.
You may need the Adobe Reader to download our forms. We utilize Java coding so you should have your Java enabled.
Printing Our Site
Our web site pages have expanded in width to a standard web page size. You may encounter a problem with text cutting off if you try to print the pages. We will post information that needs to be printed in Adobe .pdf files to avoid this issue with most posted information.
For any union questions please email the 1032 staff.
We will be adding new information to this website often so check back to get the latest information.
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You will also notice a Google search area at the bottom of the pages.
When you click the radio button for WWW you will be searching the Internet.
When you click the radio button for search CWALocaL1032.org you will search our site.
Viewing the Web:
Website caching servers control the Refresh/Reload process. Changes to the Web pages may not be reflected immediately if accessed if browser Refresh/Reload sequences will not retrieve the updatedpages.
What this means is, when webmasters update web pages, the change is updated immediately, except for systems that store Cache. Cache is temporary storage of Web pages on your hard disk. The first time you view a page, the page is retrieved from the Web. If you request this same page again, the browser checks to see if this page is available in cache. So you may not see the most updated information on all browsers.
Here is a Q&A I got from AOL
Q. I am still getting old pages and I am certain that the site has been updated, how do I clear my BROWSER CACHE ?
A. Even though AOL's Proxy cache is updated every 24 hours, a member can clear their Browser Cache and force the reload of a page. This is done by either reducing the browser History to "0" and manually clearing all pages in history by deleting the files in the temporaty internet files folder located in the Windows Directory or PC users can force a refresh by holding down the CONTROL key on their keyboard and mouse clicking on the AOL browser reload icon. The latter will completely clear all items in history.
It is recommended that if you use browsers to be familiar with CACHE and how to refresh your pages. If all this is confusing to you, just think how frustrating it is for webmasters trying to get information out to the members.