Clicking on downloads on the main menu only takes you to the portal for that area. If you want to search for something in it there really should be a search menu item that corresponds with that name. Having a place called "Downloads" and a search option called "Files" is pretty backwards if you ask me.
I am trying to find a download for ProMenu but there doesn't appear to be any search option for the downloads section or marketplace, whatever it's being called at the moment. Where should I be looking?
I was quite horrified to see that the entire content of articles and posts are being exported from the RSS exports on Invision. This means that people using sites like Feebly don't ever have to visit the site to get the full article, they can just get at it from the RSS reader. This means we get less visitors and obviously less chance of people clicking on our ads.
How can we set up RSS so that it only exports (say) the first few lines of the content and not the whole thing (especially articles).
Yes, I have thought of that, but then you have to upload smaller versions for the preview images, which makes it a bit too clunky for commercial use.
What I'd like to see is simply a link on the display page in Gallery that adds it to a cart and then sends the purchaser to the full image download at checkout. I suppose this could be bridged between all three of the apps (Nexus, Downloads & Gallery) without all that much of a development overhead, surely?
Thanks. It looks like a nice thing to have, but most of my site members use the hot linking method to show images on the forum, so this won't work for me. If you ever develop it to the point where it will pull either image method and create a thumbnail for use in a block I'd definitely be interested.
Thanks Andy. I am still unsure if I want to do this. Do Invision offer a service that can deal with the transition?
Also, my other concern is the Gallery. What will happen to the images on the old gallery? Will they be linked to the correct members on the new site? I am assuming of course that you would have to manually move the folder in the backend to put it on the newer site.