Hi @[email protected] - Pips will have normal permissions, so you will definitely be able to limit who can post pips to specific circles, if you like. If you never moved your site over to "Cardmode", you are still on Version 1. See this blog post , which explained v1 vs. v2. I can see that your site is still on Version 1.
Hi, where do I go to change the colors in the post type chooser - I hate the colors that are revealing, and not much fond of the change, as it doesn't really integrate with the rest of the site. Any way to go back to what I had there.
You can change all colors related to the post type boxes in your Theme. Look for the these two sections: The "Cards" theme section controls the boxes themselves (the colors used for the boxes, including link color), while the "Module Color" section controls the top border you see at the top of each post type box. Thus, it is completely configurable, so you can make it looks anyway you like. If you have specific issues changing theme colors, please let us know via a support ticket. Thanks!
Looking forward to learning the new admin layout, Ted. As a long time customer, I'm impressed with how often you not only improve the product but evolve it. I understand what you are changing "graemlins" to "emoticons" but hope it doesn't mean you're planning to someday retire the animated graemlins. I've always enjoyed them, think they're superior to boring emoticons, and consider them to be a bit of both your company's "DNA" and my own online
We run a Crowdstack Site focused on Model Trains. We also publish a magazine called O Gauge Railroading . The magazine published its first issue in June of 1969, almost 52 years ago. We have been here since the "Eve" days, and may be Crowdstack's oldest customer. On January 3, 2013, one of our members started a thread entitled "What did you do on your layout today?" Yesterday, that thread reach a very unique milestone. 1,000 pages and 39,990 replies! I think that might be a record.
Wow congrats @Rich Melvin that's amazing! For those looking on in awe, thinking about how to make a similarly strong community, h ere are a few key lessons we might draw: 1. The topic was originated by a member (cool) 2. It's an easy to answer question...lots of members will have a ready response 3. It includes "insider" wording...if you know what a "layout" is, you're on the inside 4. It has a timeframe, today, which makes it automatically a recurring thought Do you have a mega thread in...
Well done. Like you, we have been here since the eve days as well. I think our largest thread is an introduction thread started back in '05. Back in 2011 we closed it and created a whole forum for introductions. Cool milestone!
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