Hey, Vladimir! I'm not sure what might be going wrong, but if you can submit a ticket from your dashboard, we can try to get someone to look into it and determine what might be the issue.
This post is almost one year old. So did they tell you what to do to fix it?
I have the same problem.
Not sure if this is actually the same problem. You might want to shoot a message to our support team.
Thanks for reply Eric.
Support doesn't reply ever :(
lol I asked a question 9 months ago when I first started playing with doing my own network.
And still only one generic reply :(
Ning should check apps, because i can say 75% of them are messed up...or needs update
Ning is clear that they are not responsible for the apps we use, they are the responsibility of the developers who created them. Since most of the developers do not update their apps and do not avail themselves to their users when there is a problem, Ning should get rid of every last one of them.
So any apps having problems we should contact the maker of that app?
And I agree if it is the makers problem and they are not fixed, ning should drop that app.
I thought it could be fixed, by adding to it's own page. I have two and neither of them fit on the page.
Small Worlds & Buddy Poke, but I don't see anyway to get them to there own page or increase the size of my networks default template.
Maybe just an option to make the main content div wider would fix it?
As Emmanuel says 75% of the applications listed in the Ning App Directory are "messed up". Ning should get rid of all of them, it makes the company look really bad. Saying they're not responsible for the apps means nothing, because they ought to make sure the developers of these apps are maintaining them and responding to user issues, and promptly remove them for non-compliance.
I'm not sure if any hack can solve your issue, all you can do is try.
Indeed. Sometimes it's worth the extra expense to have something professional.
Patrick, we'll be auditing some of these apps soon to get rid of those that aren't working as well as hoped. As part of that process, we'll be contacting developers to encourage them to update.
Thanks for your response, Eric. This is positive news, and a step toward ensuring the Ning brand is one that is respected and trusted.
That is great to hear!
Is there anywhere we can read, which are working with you and which are not?