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simon3
2015-04-27 10:49:02
"Early version of coming section for video display." from simon3 Expand pics
Early version of coming section for video display. (Expand pics)
Consulation re new Video display feature.
Context of comment:MountainViews.ie is introducing a new feature to include videos that illustrate a general area, summit or track.

The idea is that a visual list of suggested videos is presented with summits and tracks. All users will be able to click on their choice and the youtube video will then appear on the page, with information.
Message:If you are interested in looking at the early versions of this feature let us know at admin@mountainviews.ie.
Additional points:We are looking for suggestions about design and features. I am thinking of adding a couple of features to this including a user rating system and a user comment section. You may have other ideas.
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