Added a cross-browser RSS-link to the top.
Made everything better.
Hitting "browse" at the bottom of the page exposes the whole database as text links.
Starting a search, you now get hints straight from the database. This allows you to modify your search queries in a way that guarantees results.
You can now edit the name of the photographer when uploading new images.
Museia goes Social
You can now share search-queries through facebook, twitter and mail, as well as get a permalink that you can put on your blog.
There is now a new section called 'hints' where mini tutorials on a variety of Museia-related topics will be posted.
You can now click on an object's registered information (i.e. "Material: bronze" or "Type: statue" etc) to find additional objects that match those data.
Museia now renders properly in Opera 10.6.
Museia has moved to a new server, which hopefully will result in faster and more reliable uploads.
Simple Navigation- and Expert-layers can now be activated. In the Expert-layer you can create your own galleries using the Museia-numbers separated with comma-signs.
You can now stack searches by separating with comma-signs. A search for Borromini, Bernini will give results from both of those artists. A search for greek temple, roman statue will give you all greek temples and all roman statues in the collection.
There is now a unified registration space where you can tag your object with several categories, and establish links to other objects.
Fixed a few compatibility issues with Opera. Creating accounts, adding new objects and editing should now be less chaotic.
Editing is now all AJAXy. This means that you will no longer have to reload Museia—and in the process lose your search results—everytime you need to edit an object.
You can now keep track on new additions to Museia through a RSS-stream at feed://www.museia.se/imagefeed.php.
Basic CSS-transform scale effect added when you hover over object-thumbs in Firefox.
Major speed improvements all across the board.
The menus are now localized in italian.
Added an html5 gradient to the top of the page, visible in mozilla- and webkit-browsers.
Edit in permalink mode has now been activated.
You can now filter the database by doing a search for name and description.
Get the full size version of the image by clicking on "Full size" among the options below the object information.
You can enter a lite-mode by moving the cursor to the upper left corner of the page and click on the button that fades in. Lite-mode is all about searching; everything unrelated have been hidden to give maximum space to the search result.
Minor alterations of colours and buttons.
A new(s) section
Museia have a new section called "News". Information about additions to the site and other museia-related information will be posted here.