The Golden Age of Hollywood

I've moved the furniture around again so please take a few moments to get familiar where things are. I moved Forums up to the left corner in hopes of getting the discussion area some more use, and  the activity feed is now on the upper right. Movie of the week has moved to just below activity feed (I'm not sure that anyone ever watches them, but I'll at least keep a quick link box there on the main page just in case). Recent member visitors is now top center and Photos are located below the Chat room as are video posts. I've eliminated the slideshow and so if you want to see the last hundred pics you will have to scroll through the thumbnails in the main Photo page (I have not been able to get the slideshow feature to work for on the Photo page. If anyone does please let me know what browser you are using). You can also just click the very first picture and each click on the photo will take you to the next photo and you can also have the option to see it full size this way. You will find Groups below the Movie of the Week in the right hand column.

I hope these changes do not cause any distress or confusion. If so I apologize. More changes may be coming in the general layout design if I find a template that I like and think it will work for the site. Thanks for your patience and please feel free to comment below any positive or negative comments you may have. If you fee strongly that something is in the wrong spot then let me know and why. This layout is not set in stone. I'm just trying to dust out the cobwebs a bit.


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Comment by kareng on April 29, 2016 at 8:50am
I like the changes Kevin. Keeping it fresh. ☺


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