As if I didn't have enough to do, I've been inspired by several people, mostly Kevin Guyer, to start some sort of regular update, to keep people informed as to what is going on behind the scenes.
I'm not the most communicative of people, and while this didn't really matter ten years ago, it's a little more important now.
Normally my todo list is fairly long and what I do next depends on what seems most important at the time. Mainly, it's putting fires out. In the last
I've had a few requests to return this feature. Consider it done.
The review section has been completely recoded from the ground up. This is to make them compatible with the new site's backend. The recoding of the site should mean that things are less intensive on the server, leading to less crashing. There is also a new Reviews tab on the main menu so you can easily access the latest review.
You can now edit your reviews. There is a limit on how many edits you can have, but you get extra edits if you are a Basenotes
We've updated the brands pages
Here's a screenshot of the main page - very similar to how used to be. The numbers in brackets refer to the fragrances made by that company - clicking on that will show you the fragrances in the directory - clicking on the name, will lead to the brand bio page.
You will soon be able view brands by category, this one is 'celebrity'
The wardrobes have been completely recoded from the ground up. This is to make them compatible with the new site's backend. The recoding of the site should mean that things are less intensive on the server, leading to less crashing.
You can now edit your wardrobe directly from your wardrobe, so you can rate fragrances, move them to wish lists etc. You can also mass-rate of move, so if you wanted to mark 20 fragrances as being 4 Star in one shot you can.You
Updated 12th November 2010 at 06:08 PM by Grant
(Updated to-do list)
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