The code tag for the forums turns certain code to smileys - making it difficult for inexperienced users to copy and paste.
e.g the below snippet add's a :s where it shoudn't be..
protected $_sessionNamespace = self::SESSION_NAMESPACE;
We have installing magento , technical problems questions and answers and many other section for questions and answers.
Can we have SEO questions and answers section for discussion regarding seo for magento shopping carts websites.
SEO is important for all websites.
Can we get a Magento-Imagine specific discussion area somewhere on here? One for all Magento events would be *great*, but for now, just getting started with one for Magento Imagine would be nice.
It would be a good way to let people know about things like #preimagine, it could help people setup ride shares to/from the airport, and otherwise just help the entire community get pumped for Imagine.
Recently i have a Queries regarding Magento 2 Trained Partner Program Certification.
I send my Queries to email@example.com but i didnt get any reply yet.
I would like to say if there is any category name "Certification" can start under General Discussions then it will be goot to post queries over there and some one from Magento Team members can answer those queries.
This will be more helpful for other developers as well.
Same for "Training" if possible
After being a member of the forums for a good few weeks now I think there are a few improvements that could be made. The main one that bugs me somewhat is the syntax highlighter. Please take this recent post as an example of what I mean.
See how my php isnt highlighted at all and also the CSS seems patchy. Maybe its me not usint the code editor properly but I cant see a way of telling it which language to use.
Chances are there is going to be a fair amount of code posted on this forum. Attempting to read code like: http://community.magento.com/t5/Programming-Questi
It much easier to read without any drawbacks as far as I can tell.
I think there should be forum descriptions added to the forum list on at least the homepage. The names are helpful but a description would be much better because some sections are vague, and with a brand new forum, it makes it difficult for authors to start new discussions in fear of posting in the wrong section.
This forum; 'Meta' is a prime example. Can be very confusing as to what should be posted here to begin with. Perhaps this should be added to make things easier, no?
it would be nice to link a twitter handle, portfolio url, and a magento account to the forum account so we can more easily contact other members. a custom avatar (or gravatar implementation) would be nice so we can personalize our accounts.
another good idea would be to flag if specific members are certified (and perhaps which certification) with small icons next to their avatar (linking back to their main magento account for verification/security). this will also aid the poster in determining if the reply is coming from a trusted source and is credible. it'd be a nice touch that stackoverflow will never implement because it's magento-specific.
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