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August 31st, 2005, 12:05 PM
I do read ALL of the suggestions.
Please note this is where we look for new features when its time to continue development so do not think if your suggestion has not been responded to that it is not considered.
Our time is spend on here most times in customer support issues and our team does not have the time to answer each and every suggestion that comes our way.
June 28th, 2013, 12:25 PM
My readers are very opinionated. Many don't like the 6.11 version. They think that the index page is great but all the other pages are hard to read. Their suggestions are to:
1) increase the default font size on products and reviews
2) Either return the gridlines to showcat pages or alternate background colors so each product stands out against the ones surrounding it.
3) Do the same as #2 for the reviews on the showproduct pages.
And now for my own suggestions:
4) Since we do resort and restaurant reviews, current is always preferred over older. So it would be nice if you included an admin panel option to display reviews in ASC or DESC order so showproduct.php code wouldn't have to be hacked.
5) A way in admin panel to display or not display the "posted by" in the showcat.tmpl pages
6) A way in admin panel to display or not display the price information in the showproduct.tmpl reviews (price, avg price, etc)
June 28th, 2013, 12:52 PM
1. You know whats weird because the font size is the same as the old style you can modify that as you wish under the stylesheet your using.
2. You can add class="tableborders" to the table statement at line 23 of showcat.tmpl to do that
Disney's Childcare Programs - AllEars.net Review Page (http://land.allears.net/reviewpost/showcat.php?cat=153)
3. You can do the same as number 2 on the showproduct template around line 578
4,5,6 I can consider those for a future release I do not beleive anyone has ever suggested things like surpressing the display of price etc
June 28th, 2013, 05:22 PM
Thanks Chuck. I was hoping for maybe an admin panel setting as a solution to 2 & 3 in the future that wouldn't require still more hacks to the original script. I'm trying to do fewer, not more. ;)
June 28th, 2013, 07:16 PM
I was just pointing you in the right direction how to achieve what you wanted. I take suggestions under advisement but what the majority of users want is what would go in general.
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