New responsive site design

 New design

When you logged into EYB today, you probably noticed that the site looks a bit different. This is doubly so if you were using your mobile phone or tablet to access the site. At long last, our responsive design is up and running, with benefits for all users, but especially those using EYB on mobile platforms.

The biggest change to the site is that all the features are available on all devices. This includes shopping lists, favorites, bookmarks, and filters. In addition to this obvious benefit, there are a few other new features for all users:

  • There are now tutorials you can follow along with by clicking the green "Need Help?" button at bottom right (not on phones yet). Even long-time members may find it useful - they may discover features they haven't been aware of. There is also a tutorial on the new release features which is worth checking out..
  • You can now view all Notes and Reviews, not just the latest ones on the Home page. You access them from the Library drop-down menu. The most recent Notes and Reviews will be higlighted on the Home page, where you'll also find a link to the full list.
  • You can now see recipe images (where available) on the standard view of the Library and My Bookshelf. And the filters are now easier to use.

We have added a Forum topic for users to provide for feedback on the new site. Please let us know how the site is working for you.

4 Comments

  • sir_ken_g  on  4/26/2016 at 9:58 AM

    Could use a faster server.

  • Jane  on  4/28/2016 at 12:11 PM

    sir_ken_g - next on our to-do list. In fact already working on it.

  • PeaShell  on  10/2/2016 at 7:49 AM

    Is there any way of marking the cookbooks in your library that distinguishes between books you have hard copy and ones you have digitally? It would make it a lot easier to find the book.

  • Jane  on  10/2/2016 at 1:31 PM

    Peashell - you can create Bookmarks that identify what format you own and also their location.

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