March 16th, 2003

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Ok, I've just had it again... trying to translate something, I needed to go to the community management page.

So I looked for a link in the left bar... nothing.
Tried looking at the edit page for the user info of the community, nothing there either. Tried the site map, nothing there either.
Tried the community center, nothing there either.
Tried the FAQ, I see nothing about how do I manage my community account either (Come to think of it, it's probably under how do I pass on my community)

Anyway, the point is it's #$%%@ hard to find this link if you need it. The site map at the very least should have it, I think:

http://www.livejournal.com/community/manage.bml

Faq 142

FAQ 142 currently says:
"Users with existing LiveJournal accounts can generate a limited number of "invite codes" to allow another person to create a LiveJournal account."

Shouldn't this mention that it will allow them to make a free account?

account creation code text on create.bml

The string:
/create.bml.useacctcodes.entercode

currently says:
"To create a new account, enter an account creation code"

After translating the invite code FAQs, I was wondering of this shouldn't be changed to something like "To create a new account, enter an account creation code (i.e. an invitation code or a purchase code)."

I guessed the purchase code stuff, don't know if there still is such a thing.
kitty

minor addition to FAQ 44 (https://www.livejournal.com/support/faq/44.html)

My first FAQ edit!

I added a sentence to the last paragraph of FAQ 44 (How do I buy a paid account for somebody else?), as per technodummy's suggestion in the comments to this post. The last paragraph now reads (new sentence in bold):

Additionally, our bank has informed us that we can no longer accept checks from countries other than the United States and Canada. International users should first try paying by credit card. If this is not possible, or if your credit card is not accepted, you will have to obtain an international money order in United States funds. Depending on your country, you may be able to obtain one of these at a post office.


problems? suggestions?

*hops away, pleased by the ability to edit*
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