See full details in previous e-mail correspondence dated 31/10/08 which is attached.
Creation of navigation menu graphics.
As discussed previously, please ensure that all new forum threads are immediately visible to me when I log in as Admin to moderate the new forum subject requests.
- When I join as a new member, there is no Photo Gallery and no Description box. The box needs to be visible, ready for the user to type in their description. If it's easier, have the box visible and a link inside saying 'write your profile description' which links you to page in Personal Details. If this is a paid job, then I’d rather not link to the Personal Details job – simply allow the user to enter the text while on the Profile page.
The ‘Main Goal’ option in the Profile box is confusing, especially when a user has a WISHBOMBsite open with different goals. So I want to synchronise the two... Please change ‘Main Goal’ to ‘Current Goal’, and this will display whatever the user has selected in their WISHBOMBsite – eg. “Ricky wants to be rich”. IF they have a number of WISHBOMBsites, then it will list the goals, one under the other. When the WISHBOMBsite is closed, the goal disappears. These goals must also appear in the Goals Section – so if the user has more than one WBsite open (and therefore more than one active goal) then they will appear in the Goals Section more than once. If the user has not got any WISHBOMBsite open, and therefore there’s no goal to display, then in the Profile Box, it will say “Not set a goal?” And underneath it will be a link saying “Then Click Here!” This link allows the user to create a new WISHBOMBsite.
Please change ‘Old WISHBOMBsite’ link in the profile WBsite window to a pulldown menu listing all old WBsites. Whichever one you select will open
WISHBOMBsite event email
When the email “_goal_celebrate_subject” is sent to the members of the WISHBOMBsite group, it says:
However, it should change to :
Congratulations on completing your WISHBOMBsite. Surely that’s a reason to treat yourself?
>group creator< thinks so! Check out the event >he/she<’s arranged for you all:
Then it should list the details, eg.
Event Title: Go Shopping
Location: Oxford Circus