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Site Dev: Today in History and Footers

Originally published on Published Online: April 22, 2008 
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Improved the look of the Today in History and Picture of the Day front page module.  Basically wanted to give it a professional look as we were using a placeholder from the recent site move.  The new imagery is more fitting to how we envision the site should look.  Well at least I think it does!

Also updated the front page footer to add in the link for this development blog as well as link the contact us page, the advertise with us page, and the subscription help page.  Obviously this is to make it easier to find these common and important links.  Also by pulling them out of the CSS navigation menu, text readers have an easier time finding them.

Some changes to the subscription menu on the right side subscription module.  Now when you click any magazine title on the pulldown menu, it will take you to a shopping cart for all the Weider Titles (incl. Armchair General).

Beginning work on the Daily Quiz module.  Some discussion internally on the best way to update this for the new site.  The old site had a certain methodology which we may not be able to duplicate easily.

Plan on improving the layout of the forums for the WHG titles this week.  We are also creating the interface for adding discussions to the bottom of each article so readers can post comments on our articles.  This functionality is already in place on Armchair General's website (our sister site).

–Brian King

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