5 or 10px padding would be good around the “About Me” box, or is CSS enabled on there?
Also when you are on the director pages the films, tutorials and resources pages will appear like “/director/films/” and “/director/tutorials/”.
EDIT: It still works, but I like Web Addresses to be clean and correct, and i’m sure you do too.
CSS is completely enabled – you can go and mess with it all you want. In regards to the links – good catch. I’ll fix that up right now..
Would you consider this as a possible site design?
Not bad, not bad. I’ll send this over to the designer for reference – he’s just started on a new site design though, so I’m not sure if it’ll fit. Either way, lets see what happens over the next week. You may be pleasently suprised!
It would get my vote! Good suggestion “Weasley”.
Alright, good news. The ratings system is on its feet (finally). Any member of the review panel can look at a film and rate it. It will look something like this:
I’ll take that out fairly soon. I think the last thing to do there is to make the average numbers show up.. and then just start the long process of making it more pleasing to the eye.
cool, looks fine, and appears to work. Someone else please also test it.
Thank you, Cheers Arend
The film review que is like, bad.
The newest submitted films are at the top of the list with the oldest down the bottom. That needs to be changed or the films at the end will never get reviewed.
Actually, its not even set up like that – just wander over to a film in the directory somewhere and if you are a reviewer it’ll show it needing to be reviewed. I’m working on a new moderator section that will give you a personalized list of what you have/haven’t reviewed as well as films that need the go-ahead for being added into the directory.
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