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Nick Finck

November 24, 2004 at 9:48 PM

In this week's issue of Digital Web Magazine Meryl K. Evans returns with a great interview of WordPress creator Matt Mullenweg. Though, Matt is much more than just the creator of WordPress. He is also one of the co-creators of XFN, the creator of Ping-O-Matic, photographer, and I hear he can also play some wicked jazz on the sax. Also I am happy to announce that we have opened up our annual readership survey. The annual readership survey helps the staff at Digital Web Magazine better understand the direction we need to be going for our content, the site, and the magazine as a whole. Your input is extremely helpful in determining this, so please take a moment to complete the survey so we can provide a better site, better content and better services to fit your needs. Lastly, this week's readership question is about giving back to the community. Please take a second to respond to the question. We are going to take a short break for the holidays so news may be slow until we return on Monday. Thank you for reading.


Paul Nattress

November 25, 2004 at 3:56 AM

Hi Nick, I got stuck on a question in the survey. Question 17 asks me to tick all of the RSS feeds that I subscribe to but I don't subcribe to any. It's a required field so I can't continue without selecting one. (I'm going to select daily news feed so that I can complete the survey but your results may be skewed because of this.)

Nick Finck

November 25, 2004 at 7:24 AM

Paul, very good point. I went in and tried to add a third option that stated "none of the above" however since the survey is open and currently had responces I can't "edit" the question. I even tried closing the survey for a moment to see if it would allow me to "add" an option, but it didn't. I would have to actually close the survey for a moment and "delete" all responces thus far for that question in order to add an additional option. Right now, the only thing I can suggest is to do what other people did and simply skip the question by clicking continue. Yes, I know that's not very intuitive but it's a work around for the problem without losing and existing data. Sorry about that.

Nick Finck

November 25, 2004 at 8:03 AM

Ok, I went in and changed the question to not being required. That will help a little... but isn't perfect.

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