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I just meant that moving back and forth on various pages on both mobile and web versions, it's possible to get confused, particularly when new to the revised mobile version. That should sort itself out over time. I think mobile versions by their nature are more difficult to grasp at first.

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Yeah, that makes sense. The mobile version is a bit more complex now, but it's also fully-functional. Should be the case that anything you can do on your desktop, you can do on mobile. 

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Another possibility - sidebar. Problem with these is the sidebar's never the same length as the posts, so either it juts down way past it, or you acres of empty sidebar.

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@Shelley, if you're editing a blog entry (which I think you did Saturday), try not to change the publish date - that can make an old post reappear at the top of the Activity Stream. 

 

@imron have filed a bug report for those links, they'll be an easy fix. 

 

@Mati1 I'm not actually sure, but it looks like the container has a maximum width of 1340px so I'd guess 

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I did some measuring and comparing and am now using 1264 x 256 for the profile photo (banner). This should be close enough to the correct size (and is a multiple of eight as should be used for jpegs).

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It might have been something else, but if you're editing a blog post there's a field at the bottom to change the date. But don't, because it confuses things.

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On 13/02/2017 at 10:46 PM, roddy said:

If anyone feels inclined - select 'experimental' from the theme drop down in the footer. It should make the page loads a bit quicker, but may result in oddities - only thing I've noticed is the editor toolbar looking a bit funny (edit - fixed!). It's just shifting javascript to the footer. 

I've been testing this for the last week or so and haven't noticed any problems, so I've made the change for everyone. 

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Sorry for any disruption there, folks. The SSL certificate should autorenew but didn't. Fixed now and I've put arrangements in place to ensure I remember to check it's renewed in plenty of time in May. 

 

@imron, remind me about this in May.

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