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I tried many years ago and ended up using Vopt from Golden Bow. To me was the fastest and did a great job.
I must agree with most of the previous comments, Overlaping thumbnails without explanatory/review text is a complete failure. While I am certain these errors are not intentional they make Techrepublic and its representatives look very sloppy. Please wake up and notice the missing supportive text for your article titles. Then find and correct the programming that caused the error.
Better yet, go back to the original format.
Mine didn't work initially. Running Windows 7 (x64) and Firefox 22. Had to run an update to Firefox. Now running Firefox 23. Works fine now.
The new site works perfectly for me. Windows 7 HP 64. Firefox 22. Better switch to a better browser folks.
I can't get any of the slides to advance - Win7 Pro x64, Chrome (latest) & IE10. Latest, improved website is beginning to look like a debacle!
I must agree with a few of the previous comments, Pictures without feedpack appear to be a complete failure. While I am certain these errors are not intentional they make Techrepublic and its representatives look ignorant and unaware. Please wake up and notice the missing supportive text for your article titles. Then find and correct the programming that caused the error. Best of luck.
Agree fully with the preceding comments - broken links, inoperative graphics, no clarifying text or integral program summaries/mini-reviews... what's the point of the article? As JJMach stated very kindly, "...this article does not appear fully baked..."... indeed, it's quite raw and undercooked.
This article does not appear fully baked. It is missing a link to the original article (or any other text for that matter), and some of the images are broken.