Posts tagged "update"
We made some updates to the site this afternoon. The most noticeable is the introduction of our new homepage. Still very much a work in progress, but take a look and tell us what you think. Among the additions: An area for community managers to feature favorite entries of the day A daily featured blogger... Read more »
We’re updating the site this evening. Users shouldn’t experience any downtime, but it’s possible you’ll see a few weird things on the site between now and 7 p.m. or so. Once we’re done, you’ll notice: An updated version of our test homepage at www.chicagonow.com/beta Fixed userpic and username links in blog comments Some tweaks to... Read more »
Our developer, Byrne Reese, has been working hard this weekend to update the site and fix our nagging IE bugs. With a little help from our own Ryan Nagle, we’ve arrived at release 0.7.5. This release appears to address most of our IE6 and IE7 problems that were preventing users from logging in to the... Read more »
So we’re now on version 0.7.2 of ChicagoNow. We’ve fixed some bugs, particularly with how the site displays in the much-hated IE 6. We’ve also added a simpler username and password you can use to access the site although you may still need to enter it multiple times to get in. You can use the... Read more »
We’re updated to a new version of our website software. Most changes are built around improvements to the registration process, which should be easier and less buggy.
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