> Hello Dear,Your are doing good. I have been
> reading your blogs for long time and got soimehtng
> different like Jon Cooper. Great job you have
You make me so fucking horny. Oh yeah. Read my blogs. Go on! READ THEM!
Cannot get a gallery view of a specific users uploads (without typing URL).
If you take PJ for example,
there used to be a hyperlink on the "recent image" box header that took you to gallery view of that user.
If you load the users profile (click on users name in a post), in the footer, of the stats panel i've added a link to their homepage.. also you can access a users homepage if they upload a image (click on image stats block->uploader)..
Posted by: quasi [x] - (184.5.1.---)
Date: September 20, 2014 12:16PM
Twice in recent weeks I've commented on photos only to go back later and find the comments are gone. The first time I dismissed it as probably somehow my own error but this time I know it happened with the photo of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip.
Yah had a cross site caching issue. I've moved to a new caching engine that should help me speed up the site a little. As for the smileys they still exist just disabled the editor. I guess I could bring it back.
Forum list front end does not show "new" now. The individual forums do but both seem to come and go. And don't tell me to clear the cache either. I shouldn't have to and doing so screws up things for other sites that I don't want to purge the cache for. And don't tell me to explicitly clear the cache for this site either. Again, the user should not have to.
Bring back the smilies and quit hurting Kim's feelings, but I'm more interested in text options; italics, colors, etc.
Problem 1: Still cannot mouse onto and mouse click the "Select Image" button
Problem 2: After uploading a picture the page goes blank. Strangely when you upload a gif the page changes to "Upload Successful" just not working for jpg and the like.
With change being the one thing that never does, I can see an overall "makeover" of the site from time to time as almost inevitable. That having been said I have 2 gripes regarding said makeover : 1. As one who saw the original site logo as iconic, changing it borders on blasphemy 2. Removing the smilies, while sayin they're simply disabled is the same damned thing and nothing but an exercise in cybernicios doublespeak .... Orwellian at best, but maybe George would be proud of how the future would come to embrace exactly what he mapped out so many years prior:>/