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This is what I understand. But I look at the keywords used recently (last column) and compare it with the images downloaded...
F.E. somebody entered "pizza" and no pizza downloads can be seen.
Ah yes, I got your point, Michal. Probably it should have been tuna pizza and only salami pizza could be found ;)
Maybe when we have even more photos and even more users it may match better between what is searched for and what is actually downloaded. But I can also understand that many people are just curious. F.E. I often search for photos to get inspirations for keywords and not to download them.
And the most popular photo has over 100 downloads. Congratulations!
An other tiny site development. It is possible to click on the page number of a search-result- or gallery page. Then a small popup appears where you can jump to an other page number. See for instance this page:
click on the blue 'page 1' text and see what happens.
The page number trick works in Firefox and Chrome but nothing happens when I click on the blue number text in Safari.
Pretty cool Jay!
Works in MSN Explorer.
Thank you, Jay. But how will people know it's there if they don't read this? Downloaders might miss it.
Hi Jay, I agree with Dez, I didn't read your instructions properly and I couldn't work out where to get the pop-up.
A bit difficult to find your development!
Works in Safari 3.0. But where is shown how many pages of results we have? The only way is to click "last" and check it by yourself?
Maybe I will add a small arrow to indicate there is an extra popup
On Firefox (I have tried 2 Versions for windows and for linux) the popup doesn't show up.
@107 The result numbers for the search is in really small letters at the very bottom of the page.
It would be nice to have those same results at the top so you know how many pages there are to choose from.
Works on my iMac (leopard/safari)
& i like it a lot!
Dez is right (@104) it needs a little pointer
Popup not showing up could be a cache issue.
Jay, yes, it may be a cache issue. Today the popup popped up in Firefox. It works perfectly fine on search result pages, but it doesn't work to jump forward to a specific page in user galleries. There it leads to empty pages only. Strange. :)
And I see the number of pages/pictures found. Thanks!
@113: I start to dislike Safari ;) My new Safari 4.05 on windows acts strange too. Different problems but strange.
@114: you discovered a bug. A stupid bug. The script strips of the numbers of your username, so you end up like 'ayla'. I will fix it.
As I say, mine is fine [Version 4.0.5 (5531.22.7)],
so I'm not sure what is going on with Daves... (?)
Dave has a Mac.
In my Safari version (4.05) the Google ads jump to the top of the page after clicking on the page numbers. At least on my work it does. Here at home everything works fine with Safari.
@114: Michael, I fixed the bug. Be sure to delete the browser cache. Could you please test again?
Thanks for the info at the top Jay!
My Windows 7 plus MSN Explorer works just the way you designed it to jump pages. :)
The click on the page text trick is now working in Safari 4.0.5 on my Mac.
It is a neat way to jump to different pages but without any sort of indication of the feature a new user will have no idea that this feature even exists.
By ty way:
recent "mass" downloads shows that the list of recenty downloaded images is too short. Sometimes it changes completely in 10 minutes, making me unable to check which files of mine were downloaded. :P.