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Something I put toghether for the users page
Sorting does not work yet, also some better css styling will be added, may also add another tab "Last seen"


You will have to reload that page while holding down F5 to get updates css file.

Edited March 29, 2011 10:15 am CDT
Must reload + F5
asked March 29, 2011 at 10:12 AM

.. I can see all your posts and tags.. totally sweeeet
Mar 29 '11 at 11:03
Yes, and I also going to add pagination for those. Soon. And also going to add blocks with "Following users" and "Following tags" and probably also "Followed by users" block
Mar 29 '11 at 11:40

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Another day, another new site feature added.

We now have the "Members" tab and a members page!

Since the css and js files have also been modified you may have to reload that page while holding down shift key so your browser can update cached versions of these files.

Page contains "sort by" tabs, which work via ajax and as such, not visible to users who has JavaScript disabled.
The only browser I know that has JavaScript disabled by default is the browser inside the Amazon Kindle, which is black/white E-Pager based browser. Even it has an option to enable JS.

Anyway, that page also has the pagination which will work without JS but with JS automatically works via Ajax.
Tabs loaded with Ajax are also cached, just like on the tabs in Answers block in Question view page.

The number of users to show per page is configurable in !config.ini as PER_PAGE_USERS setting , default is 15

And if you are logged in as admin you will also see deleted accounts. Accounts are never actually deleted, they are just marked as deleted, so they can be undeleted if necessary.

IMPORTANT: you will need to update the RewriteRules, then new RewriteRules.txt for Apache and lighttpd.conf for Lighttpd (and could be used for Nginx server with some modifications) have bee added to the latest update, which is now on github.

answered March 30, 2011 at 5:45 AM
And by the way, avatars are loaded via JS ImageLoader, which means they are downloaded later, after the page loads. This is just a nice page speed optimization technique and I like to use, especially useful when there are images below the fold, those are not even downloaded until you scroll down to reveal the images.
Mar 30 '11 at 6:23
it's a winner IMO.. looks great, works well.. nice to see a little community forming
Mar 30 '11 at 8:04

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