Religion Prof: The Blog of James F. McGrath
The Blog of Dr. James F. McGrath, Clarence L. Goodwin Chair in New Testament Language and Literature at Butler University, Indianapolis
Just like inerrancy. Put your unfailing trust in anonymous writers/software programmers. Speaking of that, I rather like Joel’s blog feature, mobile theme shows the number of comments on a subject, without having to click on each individual subject. Saves a lot of time to see if there is anything new. Does that capability reside on your side? If switchable, it would be a nice feature to turn on.
I’m not sure I see the feature you are referring to on Joel’s blog. Is it just if you access it with a mobile device?
With an iPhone using Safari, with “mobile theme” on, looking at Joel’s site, I see the subject titles, with the date in big numbers on the left. The number of comments for the subject shows up as a big red number, contained in a circle over the top of the date. If there are no comments, no big circle with number. Your blog shows no comment numbers unless I switch mobile theme off – but then all the graphics load, plus seeing the entire site on a small screen is hard to read. I’ve looked at my side as a user, and I see no switch features that provide a difference between Joel’s site and your’s. Maybe it is not at option at patheos.
I don’t know, I never look at the site in a mobile-specific version. I am not aware of settings related to mobile viewing…
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