ActiVeg has a new HTML editor
We had great hopes of the wymeditor. We loved its simplicity and philosophy of leading the user to concentrate on their content rather than trying to make things 'pretty'.
Sadly, the development cycle for wymeditor has proved to be too slow and a number of userability issues have forced us to jump ships to Tinymce.
We have a customised version of it in respects to image handling and link insertion. In fact, it much better then previously.
There is a bit of optimization still required and there are a few more facilities we wish to take advantage of, such as its templating. But that will have to go on the back burner because we have bigger plans that require our attention.
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BunnyGo offers an extensive national (UK) guide to vegan/vegetarian services including restaurants, shops, cafes, accommodation etc. via the Activeg Network, a community of over sixty web sites.
Town (area) description can now be added to AVN sites.
All sites should be working. The login server "secure.activeg.org" should now stop throwing out those warning messages and we even have a little SSL certificate logo on the login page.
Some non-AVN domain named sites still need to set their domain names IP adresses to 184.108.40.206. If your site does not work than this is most probably the cause.
Whether you`re vegan, an aspiring vegan or just vegan curious, there`s only one place to be on Saturday 1st November 2008! The West Midlands Vegan Festival in Wolverhampton will make World Vegan Day 2008 a day to remember!!
Campaigners in the Midlands have launched a brand new, Midlands wide forum for veggies & vegans.
A free forum has been launched by Ethical One Stop Shop.
Remember the campaign to save Tina the turkey before Christmas? Well, it worked. Thanks everyone!
Scottish Animal Rights Alliance & Vegans are holding a rock music gig for the benefit of animals. It doubles as a Valentine's celebration. What a great idea for raising funds and awareness while having fun at the same time!
January saw a bumper lot of new contacts joining the Network. Welcome Evie, Caroline, Lynda, Olly & Jill, ranging from Scotland to the South coast of England!
Thank you to all of you who make up the Network and the rest of you active veganisers out there. Existing contacts, please do tell Sophie Protected email address when your details change or you move on. And tell Sophie too if you are a vegan activist or vegan-friendly group who would like to join the Vegan Society Network or the ActiVeg mailing list.
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