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11. Posted by Peter (Admin 5789 posts) 2y

You can still access what other people are writing through their profile.

But yes, the stream of all new posts is not something we are keen on having at the moment. Often these were very minimal posts or maybe quite personal ones that didn't really warrant the attention and effectively took away attention from the better ones.

I would certainly encourage reading other people's blogs and there's several ways to find them still. 1. The site search function if there is a particular topic or destination you're interested in reading about.
2. Just randomly browsing through member profiles who you might find through the forum or otherwise (admittedly that could get tedious, but if they're people you like it's a valid way of finding their content!)
3. Reading the featured entries and then subscribing to their blogs if you like what they're writing.

Certainly if there's a blog you like, then I'd encourage you to subscribe to it. That is the best way of getting updates from specific bloggers.

12. Posted by beerman (Respected Member 1631 posts) 2y

It' nigh impossible to find the list of blogs and spam those that need reporting as I have for some time now......

13. Posted by KellieBarnes (Admin 813 posts) 2y

beerman, I use the RSS feed for moderation. You might still be able to add it to a reader (http://www.travellerspoint.com/blogs.cfm) and have it pick up the feed. It works in Feedly, for example.

14. Posted by Peter (Admin 5789 posts) 2y

Quoting beerman

It' nigh impossible to find the list of blogs and spam those that need reporting as I have for some time now......

Yep, that list doesn't exist anymore. In part, exactly to make it harder to find the spam :) After all, if the spam can't be found, does it even exist?

15. Posted by mojorob (Moderator 1047 posts) 2y

I've noticed what seems to be an inconsistency with the styling - nothing major. It's on the 'community' page where the user is linked to under each tile. For Travel Blogs that text is bold with no text decoration, whereas for Photography it is normal font weight and underlined.

I think the bold and no underline works best, and perhaps it should be continued through for Highlighted Content in the blogs section? (an example being this page - other such pages too)

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