smithsson68@gmail.com
Oct 5, 2011
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New design and functionality on nuget.episerver.com

The first round of upgrades to nuget.episerver.com took place last night. The site now has a cleaner design as well as package searching and sorting.

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I found that I had to clear my browser cache to get the new css to take affect so if it looks a bit weird then try this first before reporting it as a bug.

I would like to thank Cecilia and Andreas from Nansen for their help with the design.

Feedback as always is welcome.

Oct 05, 2011

Comments

Oct 5, 2011 10:39 AM

Looks really nice, great work! Will you add rating/comment possibility too?

smithsson68@gmail.com
smithsson68@gmail.com Oct 5, 2011 11:09 AM

@Michel Yep, that's the plan but not sure about the timescale yet.

Magnus Rahl
Magnus Rahl Oct 6, 2011 02:06 PM

You probably know it, but: Easiest way to avoid cached CSS:es etc is to add a querystring to the URL where they're referenced in the page and vary the querystring each time you update. Doing this manually is of course crude but it works. Better to generate the querystring from the filedate of the CSS (and use a file system watcher) or to create it from the assembly version if you only change the CSS when you release a new version.

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