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I live in Portugal and get my copy of Country Life delivered regularly which is where I read about this brilliant website. I wish you all the luck in the world with it but also in retrieving your stolen goods. Well done for such an innovative idea !
Angela or Carol, have now figured out how to operate websight and have left ad regarding stolen car, thankyou for the opportunity to do so, I think your website is an excellent idea and hope you have much success. William.
The total of views are for each time a user is looking a page.
So if the same user is refreshing the page 15 times it will tell that 15 peoples a look at the add. Should this not be restricted to the number of unique IP addresses per page instead? This would give a better picture of how many have seen each page.
The most frustrating thing I find is thatI have to open up every item to find out what area it is in. Its unlikely I am going to know anything about or come across a push bike or mobile phone stolen in Preston.I appreciate that modern transport systems mean that they can turn up anywhere, but in general I think most stolen items remain fairly local. It would be a great help if County or Police Area was included in the initial description so I can localise my initial search without having to open every one. Thanks Tony
eg. Golf Clubs nicked. Berks.
@ tony – thanks for pointing that out – I will see if I can work out how to display that on the post extracts.
Some of the online communities which discuss collectables may be able to help – can I add links to items in the areas our forums cover? Do you have a preference as to how we’d do that? Perhaps someone can email me direct to discuss how we can help freely publicise your listings?
Great site. The item I’ve posted has 2 comments but when I try to open them, it says the site administrator has blocked access – is it possible to get this lifted?
Large amount of silver stolen in shropshire 15th sept,Hester bateman loving cup,queen’s beasts bottle stoppers(prototype) four piece tea set ealy victorian cauliflower finials,three large traysInk well with H inscribed on lid, flat ware Kings Pattern 98 pieces victorian.\CRIME NUMBER 22FJ/68763R/11 BRIDGNORTH SHROPSHIRE
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Yes, this sites uses WordPress and Classipress. Some coding knowledge helps, especially if you want to modify themes. But for a simple blog you will find many pre-made themes that don’t require coding knowledge.
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