The double forums (private/public) on updated articles is a bit confusing. My recommendation is that you put them in tabs so that you do not have to scroll past one to see the other, and so it is more clear that each forum serves a different purpose (the descriptive text is too long to quickly realize each forum is different).
I've written a long comment that has been truncated.
When I've tried to modify it after seeing it was not the right thing, I've got the same result.
I can't modify that comment. It is the first time I can see a subset of pages in that thread. Don't know if this can have something to do with it...
FOUND WHAT IT IS:
mmmm... I've seen that the problem just happens after I've written "n<MAX ...." all from the n has disappeared...
PS: I've noticed that in here (writting this post) the < sign has broken it too... the difference is that here the only "bug" is that it is not getting represented in the post, but when I edited this post the content was there, but in the Q&A the content is also lost.
I notice that on the Cast your vote section, Best C# article of June 2012 list instead of Best C# article of July 2012. We already have June winners in July and I think it's listed by mistake and needs an update.
While this video does not appear under "Videos" in the profile tab, it is part of videos on The Code Project. If you are interested in hosting a video on a coding solution on Code Project, email us at submit [at] codeproject.com.
I imagine that's at the top of each video article. It seems to me the purpose of putting "sumbit [at] codeproject.com" is so crawlers won't pick up that email address and spam you. Very clever indeed, except...
You have also set the HREF to be a mailto with the actual email address. I suspect the crawlers may be smart enough to pick up on that.
I suppose my suggestion is to either not bother with the "[at]", or remove the HREF. I'm sure that address has been picked up by every spammer on Earth already, though, so perhaps the former would be the more appropriate option. Either that, or create a submission form that emails you all on the server side (you can then require login and/or a captcha to avoid spamming).
Both the tips and the articles can have alternatives but I think that it's not always true that an alternative to an article is also an article.
Lately there has been many times that an alternative to an article is added which actually would fit to the tip category. However, if a tip is added, it cannot be binded to the article so it's not seen in alternative list.
So the suggestion is that when an alternative to an article is posted, the author could select if the alternative is also considered as an article or is it simply a tip. I believe that many small enhancements to the articles would fall the latter category.
When clicking the title of several of my post i get automatically redirected to completely different post.
My Technical Blog posts are converted to an article automatically by the Code Project.
I don't know how this occurs, I have only edited the section and tags of the blog post in the code project and published it.
When I am editing my article and upload documents they go in fine and the images work. However when I delete an old uploaded file and then put the new version by the same name in when I come back I see repeats. Its not effecting the article in any way because I redo all the links but I have a lot of images and repeats are becoming a pain and I am unable to clean up because there is some bug in your delete an uploaded file logic that is causing the file not to effectively be deleted and shows up in the following edit to the article.
I tried to replicate this situation and deleting old files and adding new ones instead worked fine for me.
If/when it happens next time for you, can you please let me know the steps that leads you to the problem?
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