The code project pages load very fast, but on every refresh there's a really long wait for cdn.lakequincy.com. From a responsive point of view it would be nice if you could check if something can be done for that.
For me the wait time is something like 10-20 seconds after the page has been otherwise loaded. The code project pages themselves are visible in 1 or 2 seconds.
I was asking what is it for this strage 'frame strategy' of putting all news inside of code project-like page. Oh I understand that you like it (why?). I can understand you are putting foreign news in that frame but what for you are using this for Discussions or Lounge from you own page?
When I read a question or an answer on the Q&A page, then there's a button that allows me to delete questions and answers. But I don't have a platinum reputation, and the Member Reputation System Page AND the Quick Answers FAQ told me that I need to have a platinum reputation. But I'm just a gold organiser. Is it a bug, or need both articles to update?
If I look at the news posts in the news forum there's a link and the ^ link also, so I can keep CP open and read the article in a separate tab / window, which is great since it's not halkf hidden in a frame, but I can't do that from the news links on the home page (yes, I can right click of course).
How about adding the usual ^ link to the home page news posts?
With Win8 now out, I find I am using this as my primary OS (and IE10 as my main browser).
I like how in MSDN I can click "Log In" and it automatically picks up my Microsoft ID and logs me in automatically. Any chance we can link our existing accounts here to our MS ID and have this functionality?
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I was trying to demonstrate that when we edit a post the title gets appended with [modified], and a timestamp is added to the message. However, I have edited this message[^] four times and the change has not been done. Is it a simple timing issue?
One of these days I'm going to think of a really clever signature.
This is something I started to notice yesterday. On the front page of the site, when I click refresh, click the logo or type "codeproject.com" into the address bar it does not seem to update the page. The latest content in each section ("Latest Articles" and "Our Community", for example) show new links but they suddenly disappear (not even a second later) and the content that I used to see on the page shows back up. I have to close the tab, open a new one and then navigate back to CP. I've only used Chrome and I haven't had much time to check it in other browsers yet. Anyone else been seeing this?
djj55: Nice but may have a permission problem Pete O'Hanlon: He has my permission to run it.
That's some nice pixelation. I've tried on all major browsers and I can't replicate the issue. Which OS are you on? It looks like it may be (wild guess) a video driver issue, since those icons are meant to have reduced opacity when you aren't hovering over them, and maybe that's causing the display issues.
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