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Navigation Panel is changed from the 'front page' to the - 04/17/2008
Navigation Panel is changed from the "front page" to the "links" page, and the registered page is the "front page"
As "ring master" could I amend the page to the "links" page, or will I have to get the site to do it?

Till I, or the Site, do it their site will not have been included in the ring...




Replied - 04/17/2008
"Till I, or the Site , do it their site will not have been included in the ring..."

Which is precisely where the site belongs. We would suggest that the links page, even if they change their registration to that page, is NOT the correct place for navigation code.

The navigation "panel" is a TOOL, a tool to aggregate like-minded users into a community. It is NOT a banner ad or some other sort of curse.

The code BELONGS where content is. That should be every manager's (and member's) mantra until people begin to get it.

How would you rather "show people your site"? You can either show them the exit (a links page) or show them what's important about your site - The CONTENT. Not a opening flash page, not a links page, not some obscure page that is unreachable from your main area, but right where you want people to be.



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