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Dec 2004

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*How can i delete a Bloger theme? Edited on Mar. 11 2009 at 09:58 pm GMT, in Need Help
*How can I make a YACS page the home page? -  Sent by Tim Trimmer: I tried installing YACS per the directions and it works fine... except that someone who types in just, say, 'timsblog.com' goes nowhere. Can YACS be installed in the root directory or is there a trick I've missed?
Edited on Mar. 11 2009 at 09:58 pm GMT, in Need Help
*Setup Issues Edited on Mar. 11 2009 at 09:58 pm GMT, in Need Help
*A few questions -  After succesfully installing YACS I have some questions..
Edited on Mar. 11 2009 at 09:58 pm GMT, in Need Help
*Add 150 avatars to your site -  The standard YACS archive has 20 avatar images. Do you need more? Get the full library featured at this site.
Edited on Sep. 3 2008 at 08:57 am GMT, in Software installation and upgrade
*How to link to your gravatar? -  If you create a new user profile and provide your e-mail address, YACS will automatically use your gravatar, if one exists. Or maybe your user profile has been defined some times ago, and you want to change it to benefit from your brand new gravatar? Since YACS combines your gravatar with the library of avatar files at one single page, switching to a new avatar becomes as simple as clicking on an image.
File uploaded on Aug. 28 2007 at 06:09 am GMT, in Membership
*Yet Another Community System -  Sent on Dec. 31 2004 to "all"
Edited on Dec. 31 2004 at 06:31 pm GMT, in Archived letters
*Improve Firefox response times -  As a network specialist, I've always been interested into protocols. More specifically, the HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP), which is used for web access, allows for several transfers through one single TCP connection. This is called HTTP pipelining, and it has been extensively described in Internet standards. Actually, this is not a new topic, since the W3C proved in 1997 the interest to add pipelining to HTTP version 1.1. What is new, however, is the broadening usage of Firefox to browse the web. By default Firefox has a conservative setting and it makes only one request to a web page at a time. Moreover, this clever piece of software may benefit from HTTP pipelining. You just have to activate it properly. When you enable pipelining Firefox makes several requests at once, which really speeds up page loading.
Published on Dec. 31 2004 at 11:48 am GMT, in Membership
*How to use the side panel? -  The side panel is a convenient form featured at the left of the browsing window. It is aiming to let you prepare your next blog entry during a normal surfing session.
Reviewed on Dec. 14 2004 at 10:57 pm GMT, in Authoring
*18,750,552 gravatars servedgravatar seems to be quite successful
Commented on Dec. 14 2004 at 10:50 pm GMT, in Post your requirements here
*Want to copy the index.php to a second index page with another skin style.

Sent by Joe Young (actually, [user=123])

I want to have a second index page that has a stripped downed skin that shows only the blog entries. I have the skin that I want. I cp'd the index.php and I can not figure out where to refernce the alternate skin. Please help.
Commented on Dec. 6 2004 at 11:41 pm GMT, in Post your requirements here
*Issues when posting articles Commented on Dec. 5 2004 at 10:04 pm GMT, in Bug tracker
*Newbie How To Questions -  As [user=Mark] stated it: 'I've just discovered YACS a few days ago and am really impressed so far. I've been reading and playing and trying to figure some of these things out but am still unclear about some of them. If I've overlooked something obvious that is explained elsewhere I apologize.' Here we go, a mini-FAQ for Mark, and for all of you who are new to YACS.
Edited on Dec. 3 2004 at 04:40 pm GMT, in Post your requirements here
*No download link? -  Sent by ST: I found your download link but it wasn't easy. You need to make it easier to download YACS. There is no link that I can find on your front page for actually downloading the software.
Commented on Dec. 2 2004 at 03:24 am GMT, in Post your requirements here