Fixes, fixes… plus affiliate program kickoff, SkypeIn number renewal
Even though we kicked off blogs.skype.com just a couple of days ago without that much visibility from any of our other sites or services yet, feedback has been great! Thanks to all who have been giving feedback, ideas and bug reports. Here’s the list of what we have updated over the last few days.
]]>(And if any of these don’t work for you or you see more things that you think should be fixed, let us know in the [Sharing forum](http://forum.skype.com/viewforum.php?f=26).)
* RSS content now contains full article bodies. (Formatted a bit weirdly but you see the text.) We’re working on format fixes.
* comments are now ordered in the more logical “top-to-bottom” order instead of previous bottom-to-top.
* Opera 8 detected our blog feed titles wrong. Fixed.
* Blog feeds made Firefox-feed-autodetect compatible.
* “Read more” goes to anchor in article body, so you can start reading right where intro ended.
* the [downloads and "minutes served" graphs](/nice_graphs/) no longer show incomplete days.
* anonymous (non-personalized) Flash banners didn’t work. You can copy-paste correct code now from the [banners area](/affiliate).
* some smaller banner widths were wrong in the code in the banners area. Fixed – [get the correct code](/affiliate/).
* tons of login problem fixes. Many of you who couldn’t previously log in can now. To make sure, delete your blogs.skype.com cookies and browser cache.
In other news, the Skype Affiliate program was [officially launched](http://www.skype.com/company/news/2005/affiliateprogram.html) today. We’ve had positive feedback on it and continue to work on bringing you a more localized and streamlined experience. (In plain English, it means that some people have said they don’t like that they have to fill in and send some forms to US if they want to be exempt from some US taxes, which is currently required by Commission Junction. So while the system remains like this for the time being, this might get improved.)
And in yet other news, SkypeIn number renewal now works! It was just about time, as the first three-month number purchases would have started to expire in the middle of June. So those brave of you who signed up for it right when SkypeIn beta kicked off can now go to the [Skype web store](http://www.skype.com/go/store) and extend your numbers — or get new ones! We currently got numbers in 8 countries available and the limit is 10 numbers per Skype Name — so get more than one while they last.