Posting reviews FAQs
Troubleshooting tips including problems posting your review and uploading images.
Questions & answers
Go to www.a-n.co.uk/interface
- Click on the Write a review tab on the left hand side of the page. This will open up a new page with blank fields labeled Title, Venue, Venue address etc.
- Complete as many of the fields in the form as you can - they are designed to structure the review and to provide search and sort facilities.
- Save your review by clicking the Save and preview button.
- When you are happy with your review click Publish review.
Your review is now live.
After you have saved your review and you are in the preview window click the Add image link in the user panel in the right hand column.
To get to the preview window from elsewhere click Manage my reviews, select the review you want to add an image to. Then click the Add image link.
You can add up to five images to a review.
The thumb-sized image that appears in the list of reviews is the first image you upload. You can manipulate the order of your images by going to Manage images and using the Display order up and down buttons.
The image file you select for uploading must be in .jpg, .png or .gif format and must less than 1Mb file size. If it does not meet this specification your image upload will fail.
The review that gets shown as the Latest review on Interface home page is the last review that been added and published. It will remain there until someone else adds and publishes a review.
The home page is refreshed every fifteen minutes - this is to speed how quickly it displays. After publishing your review it will therefore take up to fifteen minutes to appear on the home page.
When you upload images they are automatically processed to the sizes required by the website. It will not however attempt to increase the size of your original to meet the 480pxl size for the large image - to do so would degrade the quality of the image. Wherever possible use images larger than 480pxls
No. Reviews unedited is for critical writing on recent or current contemporary art exhibitions, performances, publications or public art works.
Use What's on to promote your own work or a project you are involved with.
1. You can have a generic profile that will be the default for all articles you post on the site. This is the profile in Join in > My account > My online profile
2. When you post an article you have the opportunity to use a profile that can be tailored specifically for that one article. This setting can be found in the add and edit functions for the reviews. This article-specific will only be shown alongside that particular article.
3. The above add or edit tool contains an option which allows you to copy the article-specific profile to your default profile, ie the one in Join in > My account > My online profile. This will then be shown alongside all articles you have made except for those that you have added an article-specific profile.