I have put info about the Green treasure Hunt event on the front page of website, but it is repeated on 'Latest activity' below that and I can't edit it to correct the dates there which should be August 1st to Sept 13th as on the Event notice above it.
I have had replies from most of the Committee, including John, about the 'Baby Sensory' photo and all agreed with my view that this is advertising 'Baby Sensory', a profit making national organisation and as such should not be allowed on our website. Hope you will be able to remove it soon.
I can't give you a 'worked example'. It applies to every photo! If you look at any photo by just clicking on it and then compare it with the much better definition you get when you view it on the 'View full size' option, I think you will see what I am getting at. I don't think there was this discrepancy in image quality on the previous ning version. I don't recall having to use the 'view full size' to get a better definition photo with the earlier version. All it did then was give you the same quality - but larger! It might be worth asking ning if they have slightly reduced the pixel level (or definition as I call it) of the straight view photos in this new software version.
Sorry if this all sounds a bit nerdish - but I don't think I'm imagining it. I just think a photo should be displayed at the best quality level possible on screen, whether it is on your own PC's software, 'Flicker's or that of the FoSAP's website.
I see the website has been given a new look. Not sure, overall, that it is an improvement. But in relation to one aspect, it is disappointing. The quality (pixel count?) of the photos has clearly been reduced in this new version. No problem if you look at the photos when you click on 'view full size' where you get the images in full definition; but the standard photos are definitely shown at a noticeably lower level of definition, which was definitely not the case with the older version. As someone who takes his photography seriously and particularly aims to get as clear detail as I can (given the limits of my camera) on close ups of wild life shots, I am really disheartened that this new version should offer a significantly reduced quality to photos.