Site Changes - 8th Mar 2012

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Robert T
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Site Changes - 8th Mar 2012

Post by Robert T » Thu 08 Mar, 2012 21:58

The following changes have been made to the site this evening:
  • Memberlist now has arrows to indicate which column is being used for sorting and in which direction
  • Memberlist sorting fixed to work with groups and search criteria
  • Facebook icon in the page footer with a link to our Facebook page
Any problems or strange error messages please let me know.

Cheers R.
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Re: Site Changes - 8th Mar 2012

Post by daverave » Thu 08 Mar, 2012 23:15

Nice to see the facebook link :bow But, and please don't chastise me again, :cry: for those of us with failing eyesight and a small screen could it be at the top of the screen and bigger thanks
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Re: Site Changes - 8th Mar 2012

Post by Robert T » Fri 09 Mar, 2012 11:02

It was supposed to be subtle!!! :lol:

A larger Facebook icon is being considered for the portal/home page, but for the footer, I deliberately kept it a similar size to the text as I didn't want to ruin the layout.

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Re: Site Changes - 8th Mar 2012

Post by MikeR » Sat 10 Mar, 2012 17:18

Hi Robert

Can I just add my thanks to you (and anybody else involved) for the changes which have been made to the zroadster.net forum site. The most pleasing thing is that all the hard work over the years has not been lost - and long may it continue.

Well done!

Perhaps its time we had another gathering at the watering hole next to the M6? that we used to use?

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