Do you want to bet on it?100 bucks.
I bet I’ll be the first or second to be accepted (of course if accepted)
You can give FlexSlider a try if you remove the overflow: hidden from the container. It looks like that.
Hi Ana, we have a similar theme in review queue, if you send us an email, I can reply with our demo url.
Its definitely in the newspaper / magazine category.
JustinScheetz saidIf you are running Apache, I would suggest using Solr. Pretty easy to integrate: http://lucene.apache.org/solr/
onioneye saidArchives page has been fixed, search has not. Search is a tough one, because to do search right, you need a true search engine built in (with indexing). This is something we’d love to do but it could be a while. In the meantime however, tagging might be a good alternative.
One of my customers is complaining that the link to the archives has been removed (my archive link is fine, but it seems to be missing for all of my users), making the forum behave more like a help-desk ticket system, or in other words, as a useless piece of software. Also, she complains about the “worthless” search. Here is what she said exactly:There is no way to browse the support forum anymore. The link to archives has been removed. The only option is the search, which is worthless unless you have the exact matching phrase, and even then the search results deliver 3 or 4, usually unhelpful matches. I don’t know why you would purposely make the support forum LESS effective, and intentionally cut off users access to previously answered questions. Isn’t that what a support FORUM supposed to be? Now, it’s basically a help-desk ticket system…
Now, Justin, I know that it is unlikely that I am going to get your response here, but if there is any chance of that, I would like to know if the version 2, that you’ve been speaking off, will include fixes for these important issues. Also, it would be great if you could let us know around what date the forum could get an update.
These things are very important for me, and I imagine for the rest of Ticksy users as well, to determine whether I should look for a new ticket/forum system, or remain with Ticksy. I still like your product very much, so I wouldn’t want to leave it behind, but if these sort of complains continue, I will be forced to.
Sincerely,a concerned customer, OnionEye
My item is on the review queue for 4 days now…
And its nearly Tuesday here
Sadly, thats what clients usually want. I am pretty sure a lot of time and effort was sunk into that site just to meet customer requirements.
Nevertheless, that design sucks.
Just a personal preference, but the slider is very awkward. When you click on next, it does not have a transition.
The good thing is its looks like its fully responsive
Dota > LoL