Social Media Links not working

  1. last year

    Abyss

    19 Mar 2018 User since 2018 + 38 RP

    I noticed my social media links are not working correctly. instead, they are pointing to http://abyss.soundgine.com/www.twitter.com/abyssbeats instead of just www.twitter.com/abyssbeats . This is happening for all of my links. How can I fix?

    I fixed your Twitter link. (refresh your webpage)
    Compare your links with this. No doubt we should make it more clear but for now, here's a cheat sheet.

  2. OHLY

    19 Mar 2018 Administrator User since 2015 Answer London - Los Angeles + 1221 RP
    Edited last year by OHLY

    I fixed your Twitter link. (refresh your webpage)
    Compare your links with this. No doubt we should make it more clear but for now, here's a cheat sheet.

  3. Abyss

    19 Mar 2018 User since 2018 + 38 RP

    got it thanks for the quick reply...allgood now :-D

  4. OHLY

    19 Mar 2018 Administrator User since 2015 London - Los Angeles + 1221 RP

    Excellent! :-D

  5. itbangz

    31 Mar 2018 Power Contributor User since 2016 + 1508 RP

    '@OHLY' can you please update social media pics in soundgine files because they are so low-quality.

    f.e
    https://soundgine.com/vue/assets/img/h-instagram.png
    to
    https://instagram-brand.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/app-icon2.png

    it will take you 5 minutes and everyone on soundgine will have a better looking vue.
    thank you.

  6. maddmannmuzik

    31 Mar 2018 User since 2016 Aiken, S.C. + 667 RP

    '@itbangz' i think they use those optimized images for loading purposes. Anything larger would slow down the initial load times of the player. larger files, longer file requests, longer load times. Unless theres some other lossless compressed file format they could use.

  7. itbangz

    1 Apr 2018 Power Contributor User since 2016 + 1508 RP

    @maddmannmuzik'' @itbangz' i think they use those optimized images for loading purposes. Anything larger would slow down the initial load times of the player. larger files, longer file requests, longer load times. Unless theres some other lossless compressed file format they could use.

    no, if you resave in 64x64 it will be 3KB instead of 1KB now, not much difference

 

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