May 1, 2007
This article reprinted from the the TypePad Hacks Weblog. The original article can be found online:
© 2008, John T Unger
This just came into my inbox (email address and IP number have been changed). I love the new format… Not only is it prettier, but it seems much more functional than the old style of comment notification. I'm not sure I would have gone with the bulleted format for the summary, but I love the action buttons at top right.
I'll have to check in and see what else has changed today.
Also, I way blew it on reporting the last big design change that dealt with TypeLists… If you haven't looked at your lists in the last month or so, there are a lot of major improvements to the TypeList interface. especially the ability to easily see the correct code for adding them to Advanced Template blogs (under the Publish tab).
A quick tip I've been meaning to share:
When you go to the Publish Tab for any Typelist, there's a list of links to all your advanced templates sets. This can be a truly handy shortcut if you're planning to compare code between template sets or want to copy code from one template to another. For example, most of my art blogs use very similar templates and layouts with only minor differences such as banner images. When I work on a redesign for those sites, it's handy to be able to easily open the design page for each blog by clicking the links on the TypeList Publish tab.