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Portfolio as a Profile attachment

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Hello Alistair, 

.        I was wondering how feasible it would be to allow us to display our submissions (lyrics / songs / music)  in some sort of portfolio that would be reachable through our profiles.  For example, if people wanted an easy way of seeing examples of your ( or my) creative output to this forum they could access it by clicking on our various profiles. It would be the responsibility of the individual member to put their own items in their own portfolio but it would be easily reachable for any of us.  I hope I said that clearly. If this required so much storage that we needed to contribute I'd be willing.  Just an idea for the future.  Thanks. Happy Saint Patty's Day everyone! 

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I was looking at including blogs in the site (so that anyone who wanted to could set up their own blog and use it as you suggest). However, the way the software works, it proved impossible for people to have their own, individual blogs (so that you could look at a member's blog rather than a mix of bog posts) - which made it a bit useless.

 

I'd still be interested in finding a way of doing this but, for now, I think the best/only way is this:

  • Set up your own site/blog/whatever - you could use Wordpress.com as an example, for free. 
  • In your profile, give the link to it (there are a number of places to do so) and it will then show up when people view it.
  • Add a link in your signature (see my sig below as an example)
  • If anyone clicks your profile, they will be able to link to your work.
  • If anyone clicks on a link in your signature, the same applies

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Thank you. 

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If you click on a forum member's name and go to their profile you can see all their forum posts and 'likes'.

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