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Re: No more XP for voting!

by jacques (Priest)
on Sep 24, 2004 at 13:31 UTC ( #393498=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to No more XP for voting!

It would be nice if the XP and voting system were optional. In other words, sometimes I wish I didn't have to know my XP score and see the radio buttons everywhere. I don't feel like participating in the XP/voting system and that is my choice. But Perl Monks doesn't give me this option, since there's no way of not knowing your XP score.

If someone wants to use the Everything Engine for their own site, then they should be forced to use a voting system, too. (But I speak from unexperience.)

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Re^2: No more XP for voting!
by ambrus (Abbot) on Sep 26, 2004 at 12:22 UTC

    There is a way to hide the voting checkboxes and reputations with css. For example, add

    div.reputation { display: none } div.vote { display: none }
    to the "On-Site CSS Markup" in your User Settings. You might need some other css commands to also hide them from other places, such as NodesYouWrote etc, or hide the "Vote" button.
      That's good. But it would be better if it was automated with a On/Off button in user settings.

      The button would be simpler than adding the CSS. (And its presence would make people aware that they could hide these things)

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