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  • Please can TFP have an indexed reviews section like Mania/AoD had

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    Both AoD & Mania had alphabetical index pages linking to reviewed releases, but TFP does not.

    As TFP now has enough reviews done (of new license BD & DVD titles) since its start, could one be done please?

    This would help surfers/visitors who just drop in to find a review to help choose a new anime to buy or rent, as well as TFP regulars plodding through search trying to find a name.

    Mania http://www.mania.com/animemanga_properties_143.html

    e.g. "A" http://www.mania.com/series_143/A.html > Appleseed http://www.mania.com/appleseed_series_10455.html

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    Re: Please can TFP have an indexed reviews section like Mania/AoD had

    Some of the pages aren't loading (we're still waiting on better code), but they're available. Highlight the "About" section on the main site.

    http://www.fandompost.com/about/blu-ray-reviews/

    http://www.fandompost.com/about/hentai-reviews/

    http://www.fandompost.com/about/live...movie-reviews/

    http://www.fandompost.com/about/book-reviews/

    http://www.fandompost.com/about/videogame-reviews/

    http://www.fandompost.com/about/comic-book-reviews/

    The DVD and manga ones are, of course, having issues. But we're hoping for some resolution or to find better software to handle it.
    Anime is not a right. It is a privilege, a consumer product, art, work for hire, a luxury, a hobby, entertainment.

    Find me on Facebook and Follow Me on Twitter to see plenty of silliness in the anime and manga worlds and much, much more.

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      Anime/Manga News & Reviews listings are broken

      Because I can't start a new thread, I'll use this one. My problem is that there is no working Anime/Manga News & Reviews listing any more. I used to use the "Anime/Manga" category link (http://www.fandompost.com/?cat=1094) in the dropdown menu under "Explore The Site", but this link stopped working recently (it just shows a blank page).

      The "Anime / Manga" link on the top menu bar does work, but the resulting listing only shows articles that are five days old or older. The home page, on the other hand, only shows articles from the last day or two.

      I like to catch up once or twice a week on the articles of the past couple of days, but I don't see how I can do that any more. For Anime/Manga news, I can resort to the forum listing, but that's a bit of a pain navigation-wise (two clicks to get to the actual article), and there's no listing for reviews (other than streaming).

      It would be great if the listings on the website could be made to work properly again. I *want* to read and follow TFP news & reviews (have been following AoD and Mania since 1999), but the site is making it really hard for me.

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      • #4
        Re: Please can TFP have an indexed reviews section like Mania/AoD had

        Innocent Bystander,

        We figured out where the conflict was this morning with the categories so it should be working again. I'm trying something new to see if they'll update faster; the problem is the caching software for wordpress does not update "archive" pages like categories upon new posts being made, which is hugely frustrating.
        Anime is not a right. It is a privilege, a consumer product, art, work for hire, a luxury, a hobby, entertainment.

        Find me on Facebook and Follow Me on Twitter to see plenty of silliness in the anime and manga worlds and much, much more.

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        • #5
          Re: Please can TFP have an indexed reviews section like Mania/AoD had

          Originally posted by Chris Beveridge View Post
          Some of the pages aren't loading (we're still waiting on better code), but they're available. Highlight the "About" section on the main site.

          http://www.fandompost.com/about/blu-ray-reviews/

          http://www.fandompost.com/about/hentai-reviews/

          http://www.fandompost.com/about/live...movie-reviews/

          http://www.fandompost.com/about/book-reviews/

          http://www.fandompost.com/about/videogame-reviews/

          http://www.fandompost.com/about/comic-book-reviews/

          The DVD and manga ones are, of course, having issues. But we're hoping for some resolution or to find better software to handle it.
          Trying some new scripting material - the anime dvd and manga sections should be working now.
          Anime is not a right. It is a privilege, a consumer product, art, work for hire, a luxury, a hobby, entertainment.

          Find me on Facebook and Follow Me on Twitter to see plenty of silliness in the anime and manga worlds and much, much more.

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          • #6
            Re: Please can TFP have an indexed reviews section like Mania/AoD had

            Originally posted by Chris Beveridge View Post
            Innocent Bystander,

            We figured out where the conflict was this morning with the categories so it should be working again. I'm trying something new to see if they'll update faster; the problem is the caching software for wordpress does not update "archive" pages like categories upon new posts being made, which is hugely frustrating.
            I can confirm that the categories work again and appear to be up-to-date. Thanks!

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            • #7
              Re: Please can TFP have an indexed reviews section like Mania/AoD had

              Unfortunately, the the "Anime/Manga" category link (http://www.fandompost.com/?cat=1094) stopped working again.

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              • #8
                Re: Please can TFP have an indexed reviews section like Mania/AoD had

                Also, page 5 and following of the Anime/Manga News do not work, and neither does the Anime/Manga Reviews category.

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