Solution to website glitch seems obvious
I READ the report Website glitch in The Crow last week with interest. I had never visited this website before, so I decided to look at it myself. The last paragraph of your story included the quote about the repair: We ve been trying for three weeks. S
I READ the report Website glitch in The Crow last week with interest.
I had never visited this website before, so I decided to look at it myself.
The last paragraph of your story included the quote about the repair: "We've been trying for three weeks."
So, without any knowledge of the site, I found the problem, tested a solution, and sent the fix back to the website administrator in 15 minutes, telling them to pass it on to the developers.
To anyone with a little geography knowledge, the values 37.4419 and -122.1419 look wrong with a label called GLatLng, which suggests Latitude and Longitude.
Royston is at 52.3N and 0.0W, so the solution was obvious.
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My concern is that the website developers, who should know what they themselves wrote, have taken three weeks already to fix a simple problem.
Who is paying for this and why wasn't it sorted out in hours?
The Royston Town Centre Forum shouldn't be embarrassed, it should be livid and demanding a refund.
And in answer to your next question: No, I don't want the job. I'm too busy giving my customers the service they deserve.
- At the time of The Crow going to press this week, the website for the Royston Town Centre Forum was still showing the map of Stanford in the United States.