Wildiaries Software Updates

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Subject: Wildiaries Software Updates
From: Simon Mustoe <>
Date: Sat, 28 Nov 2009 01:59:37 +0000

We've done another round of updates to Wildiaries, in response to comments from 

1. Internet Explorer 8 is now working. There are one or two very minor bugs but 
nothing that should cause any major inconvenience.
2. The site now has RSS feeds (see below).
3. The small bugs in the new image tagging are now fixed - captions can be 
added. (Note, you can only tag multiple images for species name, not any of the 
other parameters).


For those who understand this:
The standard one can be found by clicking the RSS icon in the URL bar at the 
top of the page.

I've created another, which is fuelling the feeds on the left of this page:
This latter one is neater, and uses class tags, so it can be restyled. You can 
choose a feed for any of the sites. In the next few weeks, I'll be doing these 
feeds for individual user's pages (so you can easily pop your latest reports in 
your own blog).

The method that is easiest to use to include these in your Google site, is 
using FEEDBURNER. I'll be writing a help piece on this soon but it's very 
straight forward and free with a google account. You just enter the RSS feed, 
set the parameters, then place the provided code into your site.


Please note, as of next week some time, this page will 
become the standard home page for Wildiaries.



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