ELATED: Suggestion Box http://www.elated.com/ If you have any suggestions for improvements to the ELATED.com web site in general, we'd like to hear about them here! en-us Wed, 26 Jul 2017 18:46:06 GMT Wed, 26 Jul 2017 18:46:06 GMT http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss ELATED.com feeder Re: source page http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/6323/#post26646 From: chrishirst


Right! So you mean the "... the Elated RSS feed"

Why would you even think that an RSS feed which is for use in a "feed reader" would let you post on the forum???
RSS feeds ARE read only, that is their function.



AND seeing it a source code (XML) simply means your browser is not formatting it using XSLT, are you using Infernet Exploder by some chance?

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Wed, 07 Jun 2017 08:18:45 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/6323#post26646
Re: source page http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/6323/#post26644 From: newbie1022


I am saying that sometimes, after I log in, I hit the topic "RSS forums" and it goes to the HTML source page, instead of the forum, to where I cannot enter anything. THAT's where!

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Tue, 06 Jun 2017 15:55:06 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/6323#post26644
Re: source page http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/6323/#post26642 From: chrishirst


Where???

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Tue, 06 Jun 2017 15:27:11 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/6323#post26642
source page http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/6323/#post26639 From: newbie1022


When I try to view the RSS page, the source code page is showing up, not allowing me to post anything!

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Tue, 06 Jun 2017 14:45:39 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/6323#post26639
Re: What's the different types of SEO off page techniques? http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/6312/#post26595 From: Hingoro


There are many Off-Page techniques but Google will penalize spammers

[Edited by Hingoro on 24-May-17 05:15]

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Wed, 24 May 2017 10:15:19 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/6312#post26595
Re: What's the different types of SEO off page techniques? http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/6312/#post26587 From: alicemerry


hi Try Out Moz Website To Get Best Seo technique of SEO Off page and on page.
Thanks

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Mon, 15 May 2017 07:43:51 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/6312#post26587
Re: What's the different types of SEO off page techniques? http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/6312/#post26586 From: chrishirst


Go away you spamming moron!

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Fri, 12 May 2017 19:49:50 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/6312#post26586
What's the different types of SEO off page techniques? http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/6312/#post26584 From: yahoohelp


Hello Everyone,
I'm adam smith here to find out the answer about the best technique of SEO Off page.Please Let me know the best off page techniques.


Visit Us at : http://www.emailhelpline.co.uk/

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Fri, 12 May 2017 07:52:05 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/6312#post26584
Re: Suggest a new forum http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4517/#post25734 From: Shikkediel


Yes, lots of valuable information here.

Brian Storm would be proud.

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Wed, 13 Apr 2016 12:22:47 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4517#post25734
Re: Signatures http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4559/#post25604 From: chrishirst


ditto



And, .... .... For a website entitled "Tech for hunt" you have absolutely nothing about "Hunting" or technology for hunting on it.

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Sat, 27 Feb 2016 12:04:19 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4559#post25604
Re: Stay logged in to the forum http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/6023/#post25501 From: Shikkediel


Hey... returning and still logged in. :cheer:

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Mon, 18 Jan 2016 09:44:03 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/6023#post25501
Re: Stay logged in to the forum http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/6023/#post25457 From: Shikkediel


Thanks, I may give it a go! Hadn't thought of something like that yet.

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Sat, 09 Jan 2016 19:54:21 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/6023#post25457
Re: Stay logged in to the forum http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/6023/#post25452 From: chrishirst


LastPass (https://lastpass.com/) 'auto-login' feature does it for me

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Fri, 08 Jan 2016 19:02:03 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/6023#post25452
Stay logged in to the forum http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/6023/#post25451 From: Shikkediel


More a question than a suggestion but is there a way to not be logged out from this forum whenever I leave it? I think I'd reply a lot more if I didn't have to "reenter" each time.

A longer list of the recent topics is something I'd very much like to see by the way...

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Fri, 08 Jan 2016 18:03:50 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/6023#post25451
Re: Suggest a new forum http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4517/#post24930 From: chrishirst


I just want to know who "Brian Storm" is????

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Sat, 06 Jun 2015 14:02:20 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4517#post24930
Re: Suggest a new forum http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4517/#post24926 From: lavernrsab


Me too

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Fri, 05 Jun 2015 17:00:12 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4517#post24926
Re: Suggest a new forum http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4517/#post24882 From: PaulStanely


I also need some suggestions. Waiting for experts to respond.

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Thu, 28 May 2015 10:25:34 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4517#post24882
Re: Debugging Assignment http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/5837/#post24618 From: chrishirst


Check your spelling is the hint I'm going to give you.

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Wed, 18 Feb 2015 13:46:59 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/5837#post24618
Debugging Assignment http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/5837/#post24617 From: Rainbow_Monkey


I'm pretty much a newbie going programming classes in school right now and we were given an assignment to debug a code:

var MinArray = new Array();
var amount = parseint(prompt(Enter how many cells your array should have"));
for(i = 0; i<amount; i+){
Myarray[i]=parseInt(prompt("Enter a number"));
}
for(a=0; a<amout; a++){
document.write(Myarray[a] + "<br>");
}
</script>
</head>
<body>
<p> Push The Button </p>
<button onclick="button">Lägg till</button>
<script>
function button(){
Myarray.Push(parseInt(prompt()));
alert(Myarray.tostring());
}
</script>
</body>
</html>
All help is appreciated

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Wed, 18 Feb 2015 13:01:20 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/5837#post24617
Re: What would you like to see on elated.com? http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4901/#post23736 From: matt


@gemma1865: Java rather than JavaScript? It's been a _long_ time since I did any Java coding. Pretty sure I used Java in a Nutshell at the time, although it doesn't look like it's been updated in a while:

http://www.amazon.com/Java-In-Nutshell-5th-Edition/dp/0596007736

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Mon, 13 Jan 2014 05:10:25 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4901#post23736
Re: What would you like to see on elated.com? http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4901/#post23735 From: gemma1865


I would like to try programming in Java, but am having great difficulty in getting started. Do you have any advice on starting up?
Thanks
gemma1865

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Sun, 12 Jan 2014 17:45:02 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4901#post23735
Re: What would you like to see on elated.com? http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4901/#post23055 From: celineventura


I'd like to see more free web templates

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Wed, 05 Sep 2012 05:21:23 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4901#post23055
Re: What would you like to see on elated.com? http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4901/#post21489 From: itz_tim_y0


No worries, I'm using Safari 5.1 on Mac OS X 10.7, i might have an issue with my cookies then.

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Wed, 28 Sep 2011 11:05:48 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4901#post21489
Re: What would you like to see on elated.com? http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4901/#post21480 From: matt


@itz_tim_y0: Thanks for your suggestions! I'll bear them in mind when I next work on improving the forum code.

The forums should keep you logged in for a set period (I think it's 30 days). Works for me anyway. Maybe you switched browsers or deleted/blocked cookies?

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Wed, 28 Sep 2011 07:33:32 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4901#post21480
Re: What would you like to see on elated.com? http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4901/#post21467 From: itz_tim_y0


Im only new on this site, and i like
I have a couple enhancements id like to suggest.
1, can we get the option to stay logged in? or if there already is then I'm not seeing it and that would like this a bug fix report.
2, with the BB code <code> tag, perhaps ad in a markup attribute e.g. {code=php} some code then the close tag.
3, can we please have the user cp etc in a convenient spot, its a bit hard to find when your blind lol.

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Sun, 25 Sep 2011 09:31:38 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4901#post21467
Re: Tutorial http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4450/#post21319 From: teresa


hi guys.can you please help me here i have created a javascript validated file so i want to link it with the aspx.file and i dont know how to do it.anyone who can assist me.

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Mon, 29 Aug 2011 10:06:27 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4450#post21319
Re: What do you think of our new site design? http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4930/#post19136 From: matt


@Márcio: Not at all... We appreciate all the feedback! Thanks for taking the time to post your thoughts.

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Sat, 01 May 2010 22:49:55 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4930#post19136
Re: What do you think of our new site design? http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4930/#post19133 From: mguerra79


Hi again! Just to confirm that I hate to «point out» my finger to anyone's work. I only mentioned those things because I like this place. If I wouldn't care I wouldn't even be here at the forums talking to you.
I really hope that I am not misunderstood. Really! I love the whole «shabang»! All Elated is quite nice!

Cheers from Portugal, guys!

Márcio Guerra

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Sat, 01 May 2010 16:55:07 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4930#post19133
Re: What do you think of our new site design? http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4930/#post19132 From: matt


Hey Márcio,

Thanks for the feedback! I believe that even Vista's font rendering can be quite "bitty", and that Windows 7 is much smoother in this regard (not that I've seen it in either - I only run WinXP in a VM on my Mac!). Yes, we've used Typekit to render the main font (Museo Slab), although there's a bit of a discussion going on here about an alternative (Font Squirrel):

http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4864/

Yeah, the menu is pure CSS (based on "son of suckerfish"), with a transparent PNG background and CSS3 rounded corners/drop shadows. Couldn't get it to work at all in IE7 unfortunately, so those poor souls that use IE6/7 just get a link to the Articles page instead!

Good point about the buttons. Maybe we'll do bold for the default button, and regular font for the secondary button.

Thanks again - great points!

Matt

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Sat, 01 May 2010 03:38:24 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4930#post19132
Re: What do you think of our new site design? http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4930/#post19116 From: mguerra79


Hi guys! I am back!

Matt, here comes my little review on the new Elated.

I LOVE IT ALL!!! REALLY!!! I was surfing around (do we still use that word?) (Ah! No, we use browsing, ok! Got it!!!) and enjoy the feel of almost everything, really. The images, the colors, the text, the buttons, almost everything. Ok, then, the least, that is the almost, is regarding, at least to me, in my PC, with Vista, Chrome, and is about the big Headers, like in this very same page where it says «Post a reply». It seems, and yet it doesn't seem that much right now, I noticed it in the first time, it seemed a bit, how can I say it, when we choose the type to be smooth, sharp, and it wasn't any, it was like if the type was «bitten», with teeth. Can't remember proper word. Despite now I don't feel that, or at least that much. So, for now it seems ok. I imagine that it might be some webkit stuff, right? That stuff to help us add some new type to our fonts in the page? Might be my feeling just, but, regarding type that is my only pointing finger.
Regarding the menu... Ouch, amazing. Is that all made with CSS? I love the feeling of them. There, to the whole menu, I would just try to set a bit higher the contrast against the banner itself, where you have pattern, to be even more recognizable, but even that seems very pleasant.
Since I am point fingers here, despite feeling bad for doing it, I must apologize for that, because the overall feeling is so good, I noticed, right now that I am writing, that you can indeed take a bit further the usability of the buttons in the message posting/site, if there are any others that I don't remember like this, to even add some feeling to the user. Both are orange, one cancels the message, the other one, a bit bigger, posts it. Why not go a step further and add some «do» and «don't» colors to the buttons? I mean, like a red to cancel the message, and greener tone to post it, so that we don't rely just on reading. I think that this I am talking about is usability, however I am also thinking about ergonomics and I can't remember any other words/terms. The best I can do is to relate to Jacob Nielsen, and I guess you understand me now, if not already.

That is all, and don't take it too hard, I don't mean to make anyone sad. Like I said, 99,9% is almost 100%, and I just left that 0,01 to the type, menu contrast and perhaps the buttons. I really love the overall look, indeed, from the bottom of my heart, ehehhe!

Cheers from Portugal

Márcio Guerra

P.s.- It is easier, however, to point out the finger, rather then to do it. You guys did, indeed, a AWESOME job here!!! AWESOME!!!

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Sun, 25 Apr 2010 13:51:48 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4930#post19116
Re: What do you think of our new site design? http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4930/#post19111 From: matt


@Márcio: Looking forward to your feedback!

@Crispy: Sounds like the degree covers a lot of ground - great stuff. I've always been fascinated by TV production since my visits to Broadcasting House as a kid (my Dad used to work as a TV producer at the BBC).

I think there's a lot of mileage left in radio. I saw a blog post the other day that claimed TV "killed off" radio, while the internet is killing off TV. Nonsense! I love listening to radio, since you can do other stuff at the same time (such as cooking). I even manage to get Radio 4 on my iPhone here in Australia, thanks to a handy app called FStream. Not so easy to cook while watching TV or surfing the web.

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Sun, 25 Apr 2010 04:15:25 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4930#post19111
Re: What do you think of our new site design? http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4930/#post19103 From: Crispy


@Matt: My degree is pleasantly flexible; in my first year I had compulsory modules covering multi-camera TV production, single-camera short film-making, live and pre-recorded radio production and interactive design (largely Flash) alongside my theory units. Then in year two I have been able to specialise in those which most appealed to take on more advanced projects using the same core skills.

So the answer to your question is probably "both"! Interestingly I didn't take the interactive design second year module as I have found a greater affinity with radio presentation and production. I do still try to keep my web design skills reasonably fresh, though - I'll have to launch myself onto the web properly within the next year or so if I am to find work, after all!

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Fri, 23 Apr 2010 08:22:56 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4930#post19103
Re: What do you think of our new site design? http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4930/#post19100 From: mguerra79


Hi guys! I love the new look, I will try to give my opinion later, don't have enough time right now!

Cheers from Portugal!

Márcio Guerra

P.s.- Now that you have fixed my name's issue you change the look? Ehehehe! It was nice! Eheheh! I know that it was not for me! Ehehehe!

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Thu, 22 Apr 2010 01:00:49 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4930#post19100
Re: What do you think of our new site design? http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4930/#post19090 From: matt


@Crispy: I nearly did a media degree, but ended up doing a much more dull computer science degree instead. Sounds interesting - does the course cover the internet a lot, or is it mostly traditional media?

Going a bit offtopic: Found this great old Canadian TV news report today (early 90s at a guess?) talking about this strange new phenomenon called "internet"...

http://www.metacafe.com/watch/21452/first_report_on_the_internet_cbc_prime_time_news/

How times have changed!

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Tue, 20 Apr 2010 11:29:23 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4930#post19090
Re: What do you think of our new site design? http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4930/#post19074 From: Crispy


@Simon: It's good to be back! You are of course right about the decade - it is more '50s. In my defence, that's a long while before I was around!

@Matt: Things have been going very well. I'm not actually in Brighton itself but it's my closest city when at home. I'm presently halfway through a University of Surrey degree in media and broadcasting, which confusingly sees me share my time between Sussex and a satellite campus in Hampshire.

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Thu, 15 Apr 2010 14:58:33 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4930#post19074
Re: What do you think of our new site design? http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4930/#post19068 From: simon


Actually, if anyone's interested, I can reveal that I stole the palette for the new site from this one image:

http://www.evernote.com/pub/simonmeek/coloursinspiration#v=t&n=1dd78aac-ea9c-45dc-af83-beeaf9c9a36f&b=0

This is via the marvellous Evernote by the way, where I keep all this inspiration stuff. You can see my whole Colours & Inspiration notebook at:

http://www.evernote.com/pub/simonmeek/coloursinspiration

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Tue, 13 Apr 2010 11:31:33 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4930#post19068
Re: What do you think of our new site design? http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4930/#post19067 From: simon


@Crispy. Woah, a blast from the past! Welcome back! Glad you got the retro kitchenette thing - that's totally how I saw it! Although maybe more 50s than 60s, but let's not quibble.

@mauco Thanks! I really tested Matt's CSS to the full with those drop downs, so glad you like 'em!

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Tue, 13 Apr 2010 11:29:51 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4930#post19067
Re: What do you think of our new site design? http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4930/#post19062 From: matt


@mauco: Thanks - that dropdown menu was a lot of work to get right (and even then I couldn't get it working properly in IE7). I'm glad you like it.

@Crispy: It's really good to hear from you - it's been a while! Thanks for your kind words on the redesign. The new look is mainly down to Simon's superb design skills.

I'm glad your forum login still works too - I completely rewrote the forums in PHP last year but ported all the old accounts across. What's more, since you're an old regular, you automatically get Silver status. Wahey!

How are things with you, and what are you up to these days? I see from your Facebook page you're living in Brighton - great spot, and it also happens to be where Simon lives.

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Tue, 13 Apr 2010 10:15:48 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4930#post19062
Re: What do you think of our new site design? http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4930/#post19059 From: Crispy


Wow, you guys have once again surpassed yourselves!

The new look Elated is quite exceptional - clean but not clinical, and with a lovely '60s kitchenette feel to the whole shebang!

Keep up the excellent work. I'm a long time fan and often pop in to read your articles and keep up-to-date with the cutting (even bleeding?) edge of web design and development, if only as a keen onlooker.

Whilst I have your attention, might I add how pleasantly surprised I was to find my forum account was still active after all this time?

May your new look bring you many new successes.

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Sun, 11 Apr 2010 12:16:00 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4930#post19059
Re: What do you think of our new site design? http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4930/#post19054 From: mauco


Hi guys,

Congratulations! I love the new layout and colorscheme. The dropdown menu is a very nice addition, as it makes it easier to navigate the articles.

Great job guys. Well done.

mauco

[Edited by mauco on 09-Apr-10 05:30]

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Fri, 09 Apr 2010 10:29:46 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4930#post19054
What do you think of our new site design? http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4930/#post19053 From: matt


Hi all,

We've just pushed the new www.elated.com site design live. The new design has the following features:

- New branding

- A cleaner, 2-column layout

- A nice drop-down menu for the articles

- Images for the news items on the homepage (once we've finished adding them!)

- You can browse older news items from the homepage (just click the "Older stuff" link at the bottom of the page)

- Nice big Share/Follow buttons at the bottom of most pages for, well, sharing and following!

- Various other minor tweaks and improvements

We'd love to know what you think of the new design. Let us know in this topic.

Matt

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Fri, 09 Apr 2010 08:27:57 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4930#post19053
Re: What would you like to see on elated.com? http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4901/#post19020 From: matt


Thanks Laura. We're starting to add more newsy style articles at the moment, and they're proving to be popular.

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Sat, 03 Apr 2010 10:03:01 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4901#post19020
Re: What would you like to see on elated.com? http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4901/#post19007 From: laura28


I would like to see more articles and new stories related to website building. Elated.com is providing very good tutorials in different categories to forum members and visitors.

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Thu, 01 Apr 2010 06:54:38 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4901#post19007
Re: New feature: Subscribe to the forums via RSS http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4918/#post18990 From: cat


Brilliant - thanks Matt

Looking forward to being able to keep up to date with what's happening on the forums.

Cat

[Edited by cat on 29-Jan-12 16:12]

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Mon, 29 Mar 2010 23:48:12 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4918#post18990
New feature: Subscribe to the forums via RSS http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4918/#post18982 From: matt


Hi all,

We've just added RSS feeds to the forums. This means you can keep up with the latest forum topics in your feed reader, without needing to check the forums all the time.

There are feeds for individual forums, as well as a combined feed containing posts for all forums.

To add a feed to your reader, use the RSS icons on the forums homepage:

http://www.elated.com/forums/

You can also click the RSS icon in your browser address bar, if available, when you are viewing a forum.

I hope you enjoy the feeds! Please post here if you encounter any problems.

Cheers,
Matt

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Mon, 29 Mar 2010 09:05:37 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4918#post18982
Re: What would you like to see on elated.com? http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4901/#post18962 From: matt


Thanks for the suggestions guys - much appreciated. We'll take these comments on board.

We'll be launching the forums RSS feeds any day now. (Just need to do some icons!)

@mauco: I like your idea of tutorials that show how to design a site in Photoshop then convert to HTML/CSS. We've had quite a few requests for this type of tutorial actually.

BTW we do offer a customisation service for the PageKits, although it's not very well advertised I must admit

http://www.pagekits.com/faq/#customize

Cheers,
Matt

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Fri, 26 Mar 2010 04:28:54 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4901#post18962
Re: What would you like to see on elated.com? http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4901/#post18918 From: mauco


Hi Matt,

Please, I would like to see the following on elated.com :

GENERAL

* more free and paid templates. Concerning the paid templates, Elated should also offer a customisation service for clients who like the Elated templates, but do not have the time/skills to customise them.

* new stories on building websites. For the sake of those who know how to develop websites by manually coding HTML (but have little design skills), I think you should write more articles on how to design websites starting from a design and converting same into HTML.

* the idea of having a rss feed is also great.

* more articles and news stories related to building websites

* polls/surveys

Those are some of the things I would like to see on Elated. If more ideas come to mind, I'll be sure to come back and post them here.

[Edited by mauco on 18-Mar-10 14:45]

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Thu, 18 Mar 2010 19:43:49 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4901#post18918
Re: What would you like to see on elated.com? http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4901/#post18904 From: cat


Hi Matt,

Sounds like you have some great plans for elated this year

Being a newbie designer, I'd like to see more articles on the actual design process, and Photoshop always goes down well too (despite having used it for nearly 10 years, I still consider myself a beginner at photoshop).

I really like the idea of RSS feeds for the forums - should make it much easier to see what's new. I wouldn't mind an RSS feed for all forums though - so you only need to check one feed, but I guess many people would only be interested in a few areas.

I'd like to see some articles on the latest CSS stuff too - I feel my CSS knowledge might be somewhat dated these days.

Plus more pagekits - especially paid ones we can use in our web design projects for clients ...

Looking forward to seeing what you guys produce this year!

Cat

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Tue, 16 Mar 2010 22:12:49 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4901#post18904
What would you like to see on elated.com? http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4901/#post18893 From: matt


Dear visitors and forum members:

It's been a while since we asked for specific feedback on www.elated.com , but we feel that this is your site as much as ours, so we'd love to have your input on the direction the site takes.


GENERAL:

We have quite a lot planned for elated.com in 2010, including a brand new site design (yay!), lots more tutorials, more forum features, and new website templates (both free and paid).

But what would you like to see added to the site?

* More free web templates?
* More stock photos?
* More Photoshop actions?
* More articles?
* Polls/surveys?
* News stories related to building websites?


ARTICLES:

What types of articles would you like to read more of? Currently we have the following topics in the pipeline:

* PHP
* Photoshop
* jQuery
* HTML
* Using FTP apps

Are there any particular articles in these topics that you'd like to see? Or do you have any suggestions for new article topics?


FORUMS:

We also want to build our community on the forums and get more of you involved with posting topics and replying to questions. With this in mind, we're planning to add more features to the forums in the current weeks, such as RSS feeds for each forum. If you have any other ideas for how to improve the forums, please let us know!

Please post your suggestions here, or send them directly to Matt at http://www.elated.com/contact/ .

Thanks!
Matt

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Mon, 15 Mar 2010 02:41:14 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4901#post18893
Re: PHP Tutorial Update http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4778/#post18304 From: knystrom19


Yea, it did. Thanks.

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Fri, 23 Oct 2009 07:06:34 GMT http://www.elated.com/forums/topic/4778#post18304