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Geocaching.COM heeft een aanpassing gedaan op hun website: Upcoming retirement of old profile page. " Release Notes (Website: Upcoming retirement of old profile page) In May 2017, we introduced the new profile page, which features a number of improvements and additions. The new profile page: Shows the number of hides Shows when you are friends, or shows the option to add another player as a friend Introduced the option to link to specific tabs of the profile (e.g. your statistics tab) Respects your date format settings Shows a cover image Shows total Favorite points received from other players (this more recent addition replaces the information of trackable logs) The majority of all accounts are opted into the new profile look, and since August 2019, all new players are entirely on the new profile page. But to ease the transition from the old look to the new look, we gave existing players the option to stay on the old profile page. We are planning to remove the option to return to the old profile page on November 30, 2020. The main feedback we have received about the new profile page was that the cover image was so large that it required scrolling down the page to see the content. With today’s release, we have reduced the height of the cover image on the new profile page to give the content more space. We have also, for the first time, opted all players into the new profile page. We know that change can be difficult, but we encourage you to give the new profile page a try. We are interested in your continued feedback and will consider all feedback for future improvements. For more background information about retirement of duplicate pages on Geocaching.com, please visit our blog. Thank you! " Een volledige Google vertaling
Geocaching.COM heeft een aanpassing gedaan op hun website: Editor for profile description settings. " With today’s release, we are adding a WYSIWYG editor to make it easier to edit your profile description, including uploading images. Existing profiles default to the source code view. To see the user-friendly WYSIWYG editor, click the “Source” button. • When you switch from source code view to WYSIWYG editor, you will see a note that your code might change. The editor removes unsupported code. Save a copy of your code just in case. • Once you are in the WYSIWYG editor, you can edit your profile’s description with the user-friendly interface. • If you prefer to edit your profile description using HTML code and want to make sure to keep all your HTML code and styling, click ‘Save’ while you are in source code view. • When you save your profile description in the WYSIWYG editor, you will see the WYSIWYG editor going forward. • When you save your profile description in source code view, you will see the source code view going forward. It is always possible to switch back to the WYSIWYG view. " Een volledige Google vertaling.