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godfrey 26th March 2012 09:33 AM

Weird navigation / hidden subforums
 
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The "Moving Image" subforum seems to be thoroughly lost. In the navbar on the left of the diyAudio homepage there's a list off all the subforums, but "The Moving Image" is missing.

However when I click on the "Forums" link at the top of that list, I get to this page which lists "The Moving Image" under "Member Areas". OTOH, when I follow the link to The Moving Image, the breadcrumbs at the top of the page suggest that it falls under General Interest > Everything Else. That makes me wonder where it's really supposed to fit in.

I think a link on the home page would be nice; I only found it completely by accident when I followed a link in the "Recent Posts" list, and found myself in a part of the site I never knew existed.

Hmm..... Now I'm wondering if there are any other "hidden" subforums I don't know about.

Cheers - Godfrey

edit: Maybe it could be listed under General Interest, along with Car Audio etc.

Simon B 26th March 2012 04:28 PM

I have spotted 'Moving Image' sometimes on my travels, though I haven't checked it out yet.

Maybe a new 'Vaguely related tangential interest' section could be created, with a 'Driving without due care and attention / cephalo-seismology' sub-section? Just a thought...might be able to fit GPS systems in there too perhaps?



Jason 27th March 2012 07:07 AM

It was removed from the navigation as it's a forum we're not promoting any longer. It's got a lot of interesting stuff in there, we didn't want to nuke it and we're happy for people to keep discussing things in there as they like, but it's not going to be in our main navigation.

And on the topic of things we shouldn't be seeing, probably time for Minisemi to update that ad...

godfrey 27th March 2012 08:39 AM

Thanks Jason. :)


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