My apologies for not replying earlier - we've been insanely busy[^] and emails are piling up.
I did, however, check your article and could find no good reason for it not to appear. I spent a bit of time on the issue and came up blank. As to this week, only articles that were posted in the last 7 days wil appear in a given weekly newsletter.
I noticed that it got 800 views in the first 11 hours after I posted it (I posted it after 9PM, IIRC), and only 200-300 views in the two weeks after that. So it seemed to me like it was revoked from whatever place where people were seeing it (but I don't know how people found it in the first place, I myself just use the newsletter.)
Hey I know, maybe I should edit it. Then it might appear as updated, at least. I see an error in it anyhow.
Wait, what? How are people going to vote on the article if they don't see it in the first place? Should I be doing something extra to gather votes, like, advertising the article somewhere else on the site?
I think you might be informed regarding the issues, anyway the member profile page is not working... for example the page fail to load data most of the time.
A screenshots could be found at the link below: <a href="http://www.codeproject.com/script/Membership/Uploads/1186309/Untitled.png">http://www.codeproject.com/script/Membership/Uploads/1186309/Untitled.png</a>[<a href="http://www.codeproject.com/script/Membership/Uploads/1186309/Untitled.png" target="_blank" title="New Window">^</a>]
Thanks Md. <b style="color: #FF9900"> M</b>arufuzzaman <hr></hr> I will not say I have failed 1000 times; I will say that I have discovered 1000 ways that can cause failure – Thomas Edison.
I feel that the placement of "about article" box is not very obvious. I needed to bookmark an article, but it took me a while to spot where this option was. I think the box with options like bookmark, print, email etc., should be made more prominent and clearly visible. The white space wasted as I've indicated in this image can be used to place this box, and it should preferably be given a different colour border or something to be made more prominent.