Find out about Triond picture profiles, the "Who’s Using Triond?" feature, photos, thumbnails and badges.
There are many types of pictures on Triond – picture profile pics, article photos, thumbnails and badges. I decided to put links to many of my articles that are related to Triond pics in one place so that that more people would be exposed to the information contained in these articles especially as they are all thematically related.
(1) Picture Profile
My article What Your Triond Picture Profile Says About You was my first picture-related article and it showed how to find out when anybody in the whole of Triond joined once they have a picture profile. I have found that other sites operate in manner similar to Triond where picture profiles are concerned so this information can help you at other online writing sites s well.
Shelpeare’s Definitive Guide to When Triond Writers Joined is a spin-off of the above article and I regard it as one of my most useful and detailed Triond history articles. It is based on the information that is easily accessible from your Triond picture profile. It gives the data for when most of the top Triond writers joined from 2006 to 2011 and is arranged chronologically giving day, month and year for every writer that was included.
I later zeroed in on just the Hot Content List regulars in The Hot Content List Writers and The Order They Joined Triond | Writinghood.
Due to the inquiry as to who was the first Triond writer by Ima Vee I wrote Mystery Case of The First Triond Writer Reopened | Writinghood. See my February 23rd, 2012 comment on this article for a surprising update on this!
Triond’s First Crop of Writers (2006) – This article was a reply to gaby7’s question about who were Triond’s first crop of writers.
Shelpeare’s Triond History Compendium – Other picture-related articles can be found at my Triond history compendium. There are too many to mention here. The one on Triond’s 700,000th writer gives some data relevant to 2012 Triond registrants.
(2) The “Who’s Using Triond?” Feature
The “Who’s Using Triond” Feature is a feature on Triond’s main page that you only see when you are not logged into Triond. It is nine boxes of Triond writer profiles arranged in three columns and three rows. Who’s Using Triond? is a guide that reveals that despite the feature’s seemingly random nature there is a particular method to who appears there and in what order.
All About Adding, Deleting and Tracking Photos on Triond was in response to Diamond Channing’s article where she requested a guide from the Triond community to help Trionders with adding, deleting and tracking photos on Triond. There are screenshots in that article to help guide you step by step. By the way, every single picture that appears on Triond is later stored somewhere at http://aws.amazon.com/s3/.
My article title Triond’s Thumbs Down was a play on words when Triond’s thumbnails were not working for hours on one given day and many were voicing their dismay. Although it was geared mainly at pointing out some problems with this Triond feature as well as giving suggestions, I also sought to enlighten Trionders on certain aspects about Triond’s thumbnails that they may not have known about.
Everything you need to know about Triond badges can be found at All About Triond Badges. It gives the full range of badges possible on Triond not just the ones that Trionders have already achieved. There are beautiful screenshots of all possible badges at present and let us face it, despite everything Triond has the most beautiful badges of any writing site that I have seen. No other online writing site can compare when it comes to badges.
Yes, a picture is worth a thousand words (and sometimes a thousand reads when it comes to badges). May this article answer your picture questions and in so doing you will get the picture.
For more articles on Triond see: Shelpeare’s Guide to Triond.