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Topic # 8814 31-Jul-2006 15:21
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I think its counter-intuitive to have to read through a post snippet on the front page of a blog, to find the (read whole post) link.

Is there any way I can make the post title itself clickable?




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  Reply # 42939 31-Jul-2006 15:30
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Hyperlink the post title and remove the (read the entire post) link i say.

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  Reply # 42940 31-Jul-2006 15:33
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I third this idea too.

Instead of (read the entire post), could probably have it as "..." and hyperlinked it.




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Reply # 42942 31-Jul-2006 15:38
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And how people would know that "..." indicates the post continues? Some people will just think the post is that, just what's on the front page.

As for having the title clickable, I am sure we can have that, either as default or an option.





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  Reply # 42944 31-Jul-2006 15:47
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mmm "read more..." is good.

and make the title link optional is ideal too :-) but whatever is easier for you to code Mauricio. Don't want to add more to the already busy plans. hehe




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  Reply # 42946 31-Jul-2006 15:51
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chiefie: but whatever is easier for you to code Mauricio. Don't want to add more to the already busy plans.

I do. Diamonds are made under pressure dont you know :-)




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  Reply # 42947 31-Jul-2006 15:56
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You know what happens to people who crack under pressure? They go off the edge and turn into psycho killers. Lets not do that to Mauricio. Who would run Geekzone then?

Anyway the optional click-able title is a great idea

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  Reply # 42948 31-Jul-2006 15:57
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tonyhughes: I do. Diamonds are made under pressure dont you know :-)


LOL... I supposed when that all done Mauricio would have all the "bling bling" :-)




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  Reply # 42958 31-Jul-2006 16:12
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P.S. I back Mauricio on the "..." thing. Non-followers of the Geek Faith may not realise what the dots mean, and think that the author has simply trailed off at the end of a sentence...




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  Reply # 42960 31-Jul-2006 16:13
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Good to see some real faces on Gravatars too!!




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Reply # 42962 31-Jul-2006 16:15
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tonyhughes: Good to see some real faces on Gravatars too!!

What a stunningly handsome lot.....

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  Reply # 42963 31-Jul-2006 16:16
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tonyhughes: Good to see some real faces on Gravatars too!!

bradstewart: What a stunningly handsome lot.....


I need a better/clearer portrait.




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