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    Site Changes, 30th January 2005


    • We now have some basic news archive pages up and running for our news section. You can get find the links to the archive pages at the bottom of the recent news page. Here are the direct archive links for: 2003, 2004 and 2005.
    • The recent news page now displays the date the article was posted.
    • New rank images have been created for members of the review team.
    • The posting page now has some more visible posting guidelines present
    • The "new topic" button has been removed from the "viewtopic" pages. by doing this im hoping to reduce confusion for people not used to phpbb, and prevent replies to existing posts ending up as whole new topics.

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    The new topic button is still at the bottom of the page. Just to let ya know.

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    thanks dude, removed now.

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    Ur very welcome!

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    New changes r0x0r, J. I'd also like to point out that J's re-configured the ranks (don't know about numbers, but the names).

    w00t for J

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    like the new changes personally
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