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CreativeMilk says

Yesterday the blog and forum overview was still on his place, but now it’s gone, replaced by the feature author box.

I think that this isn’t a great choice.

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0703 says

exactly the same second i thought the same, and when i clicked the forum-link i found your entry. you are quick mark :)

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sike says

It seems envato remove these section to keep all member sites have the same look.

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iamdok says

Personally I agree with the changes.

In the old FD site the forum overview on the main page was quite useful, but since the redesign I haven’t used the homepage blog overview at all, instead jumping between the forums tab and the dashboard tab.

Perhaps just my way of doing things, I’m sure other authors have totally different use patterns.

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CreativeMilk says
Personally I agree with the changes.

In the old FD site the forum overview on the main page was quite useful, but since the redesign I haven’t used the homepage blog overview at all, instead jumping between the forums tab and the dashboard tab.

Perhaps just my way of doing things, I’m sure other authors have totally different use patterns.

Well on the old design there whas a direct link to, on the new also, well until yesterday.

I dont directly go to the blog or forum, but i see whats going on on the frontpage. I know now i will mis a lot of forum topics and blog posts.

Dont forget, that people dont like to click;)

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conceptcoding says

I think another reason for the removal of it is that both 3DOcean and CodeCanyon don’t have blogs yet.

Infact, going to blog.codecanyon.net simply bring up a duplicate of CodeCanyon (with all the links beginning blog.codecanyon….).

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CreativeMilk says
I think another reason for the removal of it is that both 3DOcean and CodeCanyon don’t have blogs yet. Infact, going to blog.codecanyon.net simply bring up a duplicate of CodeCanyon (with all the links beginning blog.codecanyon….).

I think you are right

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I think another reason for the removal of it is that both 3DOcean and CodeCanyon don’t have blogs yet. Infact, going to blog.codecanyon.net simply bring up a duplicate of CodeCanyon (with all the links beginning blog.codecanyon….).
I think you are right

Scott mentioned in his last post the blogs are changing format in the new year, thats probably why…

You can get the blogs RSS and then you wont miss any posts and its easy enough to just check the forum page once a day to see what you’ve “missed” :)

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CreativeMilk says
I think another reason for the removal of it is that both 3DOcean and CodeCanyon don’t have blogs yet. Infact, going to blog.codecanyon.net simply bring up a duplicate of CodeCanyon (with all the links beginning blog.codecanyon….).
I think you are right

Scott mentioned in his last post the blogs are changing format in the new year, thats probably why…

You can get the blogs RSS and then you wont miss any posts and its easy enough to just check the forum page once a day to see what you’ve “missed” :)

Well i dont use RSS .

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MSFX Volunteer moderator says
You can get the blogs RSS and then you wont miss any posts and its easy enough to just check the forum page once a day to see what you’ve “missed” :)
Well i dont use RSS .

then in all honesty you miss quite alot unless you go through checking each of the top blogs to follow daily…

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