but I would like to see the number of pages under Zac Poonen go to a second row! It is getting to 50 and more pages and the white portion of the web page is enlarging itself sideways!
_________________SI Moderator - Greg Gordon
I pray that things remain simple and straight forward . . .
Two suggestions:1) On the main page under "Recent Discussions in the Forums": Please list the past 15 (instead of 10) posts in the forums.2) When a discussion thread exceeds one page, please put a Goto page ( 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 Next Page ) at the BOTTOM of the page so I don't have to scroll to the top. And telling me that hitting the HOME button does the same thing as scrolling to the top, while true, is still irritating.Christmas blessings to one and all!
When I first came to SI, I missed having a forum list on every page (including a Search funtion), in a drop down menu, by which to move to my next point of interest, rather than having to come out through the general link at the top of the page to move to another forum. I'm not sure if such a drop-down menu would be wasteful of memory, but it would definitely save time.An alphabetical, searchable index of all thread titles might be useful, esp if they could be separated out into the forum where they were posted, or, one could search for a poster who took part in that thread, so as to limit the number of threads to search within.Really, I would like an properly accurate keyword search which could search either the written material you have provided, or, search the threads.It would be a treat to be able to search for a quote someone has added to thread (by a classic author), separately from the articles you have stored by them.Thank you.
Hi everyone.This weekend I had an idea about the forums.It has been mentioned before that the forums are meant to augment or supplement the resources available on the site.The thought was to create a section in the forums for speakers(I think just now that something like this existed at one time?).One permanent thread could exist to mention appropriate information about the speaker and then other threads could be created by users to discuss particular sermons and messages given by that speaker.
_________________Christopher Joel Dandrow
Have the admins considered mentioning what "Ad Hominem" and "Straw Man" arguments are in the forum requirements and etiquette?