I like the look, and the experience attached to the animation but it's gone over my head as far as figuring out how to fix it. I've always taken the view that I make it work, but don't necessarily make it pretty.
Well, right now the action menu doesn't really work, it's not even the same version as in my local test but it's worse there actually... So I'll leave it as is right now, don't worry I'll fix it.
You mean, the notice number? I don't know...
Going back to the overall topic, I really like how the Like button works now, took a little while to get used to it.
I think you added support for that. There's definitely a placeholder for it in the template.
Making that work via AJAX shouldn't be too problematic (I don't think you did that already?)
Would have to be on a click. I'm envisioning my mini-menus as popups that can be put anywhere (and I'll definitely do it this way), so I'll add a mini-menu to the Like button as I said, with the names of the first likers etc, and then a link to view more, which'll open a popup or something with all names. (And dates? Do you store dates?)
but I do find it a bit complicated as to how we would display a list of the people who like something,
You'll see, it'll work well.
not that I could ever figure out how the list should look when we do get it (as I'm not entirely sure we should use the popups as they stand, but I'm not entirely we shouldn't either)
Yeah, sorry, forgot to ask you if you didn't mind... The header font is Helvetica Narrow (which I'm downloading off somewhere, and it's totally a non-free font so it'll never be in Wedge or even on Wedge.org for guests or members), and the text font is Calibri. Since you're using Win7 like me, you should have the nice Calibri as well, and Helvetica is downloaded so it's okay.
Also, have you changed the font lately? Either that or my browser is rendering text weirdly.
Thing is, this setup is ONLY for admins (and you're one, now!), I'm thinking maybe I should add support for things like member IDs in the css suffixes, so that you don't have to cope with my design tests...