I'd really like an RSS (or atom) feed for each forum, and one for each post.the_other_Dave_Jones wrote:What other suggestions do you have?
i find this site useful when it comes to route conds/new routes/notices about falcons...
i stop using this site for a while mainly due to the nastiness i read
maybe the word "community" shouldnt be used at all...how bout delete...
squamish is a world class climbing place...i'm from somewhere else..
perhaps there should be a ranting page where ppl can just go and dump @$%t
but the @$%#t stays there...
i use two other climbing sites and they are pretty good...my name/gender/location are there no prob but in here i wouldnt dare...maybe coz being nasty-not that i have been-is pemissible...n therefore plain ugly
ella the nobody
x2.Tricouni wrote:One forum to which I contibute has a very nice feature. When you are logged in and click on some thread that you are following, there is a "go to first unread post" button. This saves much time if you only check a busy discussion once in a while and you've forgetten where you were.
Great idea Glenn!
The only way for Apple computers to open up a thread/post in a new tab on SquamishClimbing is to right click - open. Ridiculous.
This is the only website I've ever been on that does that.
As for Jeremy's question about uploading photos on the forum server, I've been giving this some thought. I think being able to post photos and videos easily would be a great feature. The downside is that storage costs go up significantly as well new software would have to be bought to manage the photo uploading and archiving. I'm still looking into it.
Another option I'm looking into would be to incorporate google into the site. Using picasaweb, google maps and google earth on the site would be a great way to boost the useability of the site especially in the sorely lacking Maps, Crags and Topos section.
What are your thoughts on that idea?
When you reach the top, keep climbing -- Zen proverb
The only downside is when someone does a bit of cleanup on their online photoalbums sometimes the links are lost.
Lets see if it works here:
Yup it works just fine. Thoughts?
there it isslopr wrote:what happened to the buy and sell?
Brendan, not sure what browser you're using on your Mac, but on Firefox, command-click will open a new tabThe only way for Apple computers to open up a thread/post in a new tab on SquamishClimbing is to right click - open. Ridiculous.
No I think the main reason is that one dosn't need to take responsibility for what you say.
Sincerely yours, Doug Fur
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