I am the PDSA web guy, and also help with PDSA's social media accounts, like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.
Thank you received: 16
CindyL wrote: I still can't access my profile. And now I'm getting a pink dot flashing when I bring my home page up as well as when I click on any thread. Is anyone else getting this?
The dot in the center of the page is a "loading" icon. It will be displayed quickly and then the page will display. This will depend on the speed of your Internet connection.
This is the link to your profile (when logged-in) -
. You can get to your profile by clicking on "Private Messages" or "Preferences" near the top-right. I will see about adding a "Profile" menu tab too.
Thanks, Jeff! I should have posted that I found out how to log into the home page and thus can access my profile now. Not too concerned about the dot, was just wondering about it. Thanks for explaining!
Hi, Mel. I just went to your profile and got in. When I have trouble going to my profile, I usually have to sign in to the PDSA home page then come back here to the discussion group. Maybe that will help?
Thanks Cindy - we were writing at the same time I did get in my profile later, but now again can't get in it. Makes no sense as it tells me I have to sign in to view it but I am signed in..............................
"Instead of wasting your time worrying about symptoms, just get it checked out" -Nieca Goldberg, MD
I know, weird, isn't it? When my computer does an update, I usually have to re-log in. And I never remember how I did it before. When Jeff did the update on the site, I got knocked out of viewing my profile. It took me a long time to figure out how to get back in. But now I don't know what I did!
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