Post by carnation037 on Jan 15, 2003 10:29:58 GMT -6
note* - New postings are always listed on the last pages of a group. Go to that group and just click on the last page shown in that grouping. Then work backwards for the new recipes. .....
I have tried to divide recipes into different specific groups, hoping this would make it much easier to find a specific recipe, in a group, with some pages. Rather than trying to find a specific recipe in one super large group with many, many pages. However, there are drawbacks to this. If the poster is not posting the recipe, themselves, as a reply to that group, then, when I copy it into the group, readers are unable to contact that person with any questions as the in site "send this member a private message" does not go with the recipe when I copy it. I have, personally, looked up someone I needed to contact by looking in another section of the board and emailing from there with a specific question. Most recipes are posted by the same people and they have recipes in almost all sections of the board so this might be the way to go if it is necessary to contact that member. It is also possible to look up members on the member listing, using the alphabet to look that person up, or the top posters. However, more than half of the members do not have a contact address listed so that may not work.
Comments or suggestions about this format are welcomed. Thank you.
Post by carnation037 on Mar 21, 2004 15:01:10 GMT -6
Note to recipe contributors
I and others I am sure, are very appreciative of all the recipes being posted by everyone. Please, please try to place them in the proper sub category, or when you go back to check on one you may have posted already, it will not be listed there, I will have moved it to that category. Unfortunately I am not able to move all the extra things on the sides of the postings to go with. I hope everyone is understanding of this. Thanks again for posting and visiting. Linda