I would like agilitycourses.com to become a place where people can design, analyze, and discuss training courses. As a first step I’ve just released a new version of the site with a bunch of Social internet features.
When you create a course, or visit any course, there are now links to share your course to Facebook, Google+, and Pinterest. I’ve also added a comment box where you can leave your comments on any course.
Along with those additions I’ve updated the front page of the site to let you see course comments, the most shared courses, and the most recently DIY created course.
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I’ve added the little RSS feed icon to the top right of every (non-mobile) page. If you click on it you can add a feed of the newest DIY courses to your favorite feed reader.
You can also add this blog to your feed reader by clicking the RSS icon next to the “Article Feed” label on the blog main page (or click this link). So now you can stay in touch with everything that is going on here on agilitycourses.com.
Behind the scenes I’ve upgraded a lot of the open source software that I use to create the website and I’ve fixed a number of small annoyances:
- The language selection should now “stick” once you select it. On the old site it would sometimes change back to English.
- The website should now automatically switch to the mobile site if you come from a mobile device or iPad. It will also respect/remember your choice of standard/mobile version over time.
- The printed layout of courses should look nicer and be more compact.
- Each course now displays it’s first creation date.
I hope you’ll try out the new site and come up with some training sequences to help you work on new challenges!
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