When I want to delete a member from the Members Page of my web site (WOPEC) a box appears allowing me to write a note of explanation as to why it is happening. But when I want to temporarily ban a person because they have not paid their annual subscription fees I do not have the same opportunity to explain the reason. So when the member attempts to LOGIN they view the following: HTTP 500 error. That's odd .... Microsoft Edge can't find this page. This page can't be displayed, site's server might be under maintenance or there could be a programming error.
Can you alter the ban button to offer the same opportunity that exists with the delete button?
I used to see the number of sites in my dashboard but now I just see the MB size. Would it be possible to add back the number of sites? It's not easy to count them as the list scrolls. I sometimes have temporary sites for testing purposes so it's not easy to keep track of the number. I know I'm near the limit so it's quite important to know how many I've got!
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At present we set via the Site tab global colours for links. However this is inflexible as we are stuck with that one link colour throughout the site - we need to be able to override global link colours on the section tab. With responsive pages this is essential flexibility as we regularly have sections on a white background and then white out of a black colour...so link colours really need to be varied.
I purchased an ecommerce site and the online shop only seems to allow for products not services. It will be great if services for which clients can then book a time slot can be accommodated before navigation to payment. I have found a way round it for now and of course one can embed links for bookings to 3rd party providers however services are equally as important as products.
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