Summary of changes to the RTH website that were made this week.
By Ryan McGreal
Published March 13, 2009
If you've been following the Hammerblog this week, you may have noticed some minor changes and improvements to the website. This article summarizes the changes in one place:
We now publish articles on an ongoing basis, rather than in discrete issues at regular intervals.
We added three newsfeeds (in Atom format) that include full page contents rather than just summaries: one for recent articles, one for recent blogs, and one that combines the two.
We added a user profile management page so registered users can change their email address, preference for receiving email updates, comment signature, and so on.
We made some minor style changes to the Articles and Blogs menus on the right, making the links easier to distinguish from each other (and easier to click).
The comments section now has more details, displaying how many comments have been posted, whether a commenter is registered or anonymous, and the commenter's optional signature (for registered users).
We finally fixed that annoying bug in which refreshing a page after posting a comment would post a duplicate comment. It no longer does that.
As always, we value your feedback. Please let us know how these changes are working for you, and if you would like to see any other fixes or enhancements.
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