my new site - a fiction writer's workshop/community

Discussion in 'Web Design and Development' started by maxterpiece, Dec 8, 2006.

  1. maxterpiece macrumors 6502a

    maxterpiece

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    the website is whativefound.com. I don't really know what I'm doing when it comes to web design, but the premise of the website is that I post topics or formats for people to write on, and people can come and post stories in response to the topics. You can discuss peoples' work and although anyone can post, I will take a bit of an editorial role in promoting stuff that is real nice.

    I'm looking for comments on the idea, but more importantly I'm looking for information on customizing the site. It's Drupal based and I've managed to edit a few of the graphics and move blocks around, but I'm feeling a little lost when it comes to making more complex modifications. How do I make the text/link "what i've found" in the upper right go away?

    I'd love to be able to organize the content better (if there ever is enough content to warrant organization).
     
  2. maxterpiece thread starter macrumors 6502a

    maxterpiece

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    So my site is somewhat up and running, but there's something I'd really like to implement and I'm wondering if anyone has any ideas for how i could do it.

    I am trying to encourage people to leave feedback, and I know in real world writing workshops you have a paper copy of a piece which you can write on in the margins, make notes as you read through. I was wondering if there was any site that let you maybe put in a URL and then write directly on it, or if there was some easy way that I could let people edit the story, then my site would mark up their edits in a different color.

    Also any advise for an easy way to make it so that people can look at other people's profiles and see a list of the work they've submitted and the feedback they've left.

    Thanks!
     

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