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Fisching wrote: Matt Lemke wrote:
Of course...local beta sites like this one will always be around as well!
It's not quite up to the same standard as gaining accreditation from the BBB, but it's prestigious nonetheless. Wear this like a badge of honor, Bill, because 14ers.com is:
SummitPost page rank: 50,585
14ers page rank: 56, 618
Hopefully the "local beta" site will hold on in the face of competition from an international coverage site.
The mountains - whose summits reach or exceed arbitrary thresholds for elevation and prominence - are calling and I must go.
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- Location: Broomfield, CO
SP's Plans & Partners page (their climbing connection) could still use a little work...in my search for Orizaba partners I found some good partners for 2009 and 2010
! They need to make that thing a little more date dynamic and deactivate posts a few months after their time has passed.
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SP's Plans & Partners page (their climbing connection) could still use a little work...in my search for Orizaba partners I found some good partners for 2009 and 2010 ! They need to make that thing a little more date dynamic and deactivate posts a few months after their time has passed.
SP's Plans & Partners feature is going to be canned soon. I actually didn't think it was that bad, but few are using it.
I'm slow and fat. Unfortunately, those are my good qualities.
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I applied most of the new styling to SummitPost, but Matt did the actual implementations (in other words I styled it, he applied it). Matt did some styling too and did a lot of server optimization.
Chad came up with the new voting system, a handful of other folks helped find bugs which Matt and I fixed most of them (well most that we know of). There are still a few minor issues to work out, but it's running well. It was a collaboration. I'm honored that the image hover technique I used is now here on 14ers.com
Might I suggest using the transition property, it gives more of an effect. I personally enjoy it set to 0.3 seconds.
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- Location: Littleton, CO
As someone who hikes almost every weekend in Colorado, but also ventures to other destinations, I’m thrilled to have these two resources. I remember the olden days when we had to look stuff up in books!
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