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Old 14 October 2008, 14:41   #71
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Ever considered the Ebay affiliate scheme? Allows RSS feeds and other formats. Could fit in nicely with your for sale section. Commission is based on Ebay fees, but starts at 30%. Nice revenue stream?
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Old 23 October 2008, 12:22   #72
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Well, I for one think that the new 'Top of Page' thingy is just the job. Thank you. It's sorted the only thing that irritated me about the site. Simple and clear and full of great content. Bells and whistles are for sites that are full of hot air - or no content at all. All they do is slow everything down.
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Old 23 October 2008, 12:51   #73
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Bells and whistles are for sites that are full of hot air - or no content at all. All they do is slow everything down.
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Old 23 October 2008, 16:18   #74
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Glad to have helped on that one Alystra, and glad you ..like me sees it as a benefit .. but I got to chuckle at Andy .. you are a card Sir
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An image search would be handy-Google doesn't seem to do it for the attached images.
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Old 24 October 2008, 11:35   #76
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An image search would be handy-Google doesn't seem to do it for the attached images.
Maybe CoolIris could be installed to work with SMF?

Something that the Admin/Moderator's of the site may need to know,
A photography forum I am a member of has just lost all data going back 14 months from the forum board (SMF) and the Gallery software (Coppermine). It was belived to have been hacked very easily. Both SMF and Coppermine suffer from weak points but I understand the latest updates tackle these weak points.
Maybe something to look into if it's been a wail since the software was last updated?
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Something that the Admin/Moderator's of the site may need to know,
A photography forum I am a member of has just lost all data going back 14 months from the forum board (SMF) and the Gallery software (Coppermine). It was belived to have been hacked very easily. Both SMF and Coppermine suffer from weak points but I understand the latest updates tackle these weak points.
Maybe something to look into if it's been a wail since the software was last updated?
JSP - John updated the software fairly recently. But its based on vBulletin rather than SMF anyway.
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Ah sorry, seem very much like simple machines. Worth posting though just incase as allot of forums seem to be getting hacked for no reason at all.
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