Well I think I’ve managed to turn my frown upside-down and have just released the latest design, and with it, the 9th [r]evolution of ThePCSpy.com. A new version means new features. In this version the major goal is unlocking the membership features of the site, allowing members to customise what they see and let them interact with each other better.
A few features and pages are going to be broken until I get everything up and you may notice slight delays (and even error messages) as I reupload the binaries to fix the bugs.
There are also going to be a few older features that got culled in previous design cycles coming back with a vengeance. I’m working on the client-side code for the new live-chat box alongside a lot of effects and other ajax work. Most of the JS on the site is broken at the time or writing but I hope to fix that ASAP.
If you find any bugs or places where things just plain don’t look right, just reply to this thread or ping me an email via the contact page.
When the design is stable I’ll be releasing a few content-goodies.
About Oli: I’m a Django and Python programmer, occasional designer, Ubuntu member, Ask Ubuntu moderator and technical blogger. I occasionally like to rant about subjects I should probably learn more about but I usually mean well.