Greetings, users!July 1st, 2011 - Welcome back to another edition of the news. We've got a few pieces of information to pass along before everyone stateside disappears for the Fourth of July weekend. We start with a brief description of new features added during our release update on Wednesday.
Important stuff to knowFeatures and changes
AIDS Walk San Francisco
Header design contest
Congratulations to jussy_baby, winner of this month's header design contest. You'll be seeing this lovely design displayed atop LiveJournal during the month of July. Speaking of header design contests, we previously mentioned that the contests will no longer be held on a monthly basis. Instead, the contests will be held a few times a year. Sit back, relax, and rest up because you'll need to scare up all your creative energies for our next header design contest. Oh wait, did we just give away the next contest theme? Well, the black cat's out of the candy bag so we may as well come clean.
The next header design contest theme is Halloween. The winning header will appear on LiveJournal throughout the month of October. We'll be accepting submissions for the Halloween header design contest from Monday, August 22nd, through Monday, September 19th. Don't worry about missing anything, we'll remind you a few more times in news before the contest starts.
Journal theme contest updateThe three winning themes from our last design contest are scheduled to go live with our next update, which should be approximately three weeks from now. We'll keep you updated should any changes arise. Thanks again to the winners. The new journal themes will be a wonderful addition!
Life, liberty, and the pursuit of pic-a-nic baskets!
For news about LJ_Scribe and LJ_Photophile, we'll see you under the cut! ( Read more...Collapse )
Have a safe and sane (or your preferred equivalent) holiday weekend! See you next time!
Release notes, AIDS Walk fundraiser, Contest updates, Free vgift for paid users,
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Is there a way to prevent the calendar from popping up and obscuring things when you accidentally scroll over it? It is really annoying, and it constantly pops up because the buttons I regularly click on are near the calendar, and then the calendar pops up and obscures the buttons I want to click on! It would be nice if it only popped up if you clicked on it, not scrolled over it. Anyway, most computers have a calendar or display the day, so this feature is pretty redundant.