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    Maintenance Notification

    Mary at Food.com
    Mon Dec 10, 2012 3:28 pm
    Food.com Staff
    We're performing site maintenance on Tuesday, December 11, 2012. If you stop by during the time outlined below, don't be alarmed if you see our curtain page or an unexpected error. Once we’re back online, be sure to clear your cache and cookies, and then sign in to Food.com again.

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    Jasmine.
    Mon Dec 10, 2012 4:33 pm
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    Hey Food.com photo lovers, we have some fun news about our recipe pages! Starting tomorrow, December 11, the “Photos” section on our recipe pages will now be more integrated with the main recipe page. Now you will be able to click through ALL the great photos on a recipe right there from the recipe – no need to click and go to a whole other tab!

    What does that mean to you?
    Easier access to everyone’s great photos, first of all, so you can see how their dishes turned out! Plus, more streamlined and faster access to all a recipe’s photos to get inspired to make a dish or add your own photo.

    As part of this change, we’re also switching the display order for the photos added to recipes. Going forward, all recipe photos will display from newest to oldest. Previously, the photos were ordered from oldest to newest. Why the change? Well, we wanted to feature all the great new images you all add every day more front and center. But don’t worry the oldies but goodies are still there too – this way, you can see all the fun additions to the recipe over time.

    Important note to recipe owners who change their custom photo order: This change will affect any previously created custom photo orders. If your recipe’s photos have a custom order, the order will be reset when the change goes live on Tuesday. After the changes are made, you can go into your recipes and reset your custom photo order, no worries! (Let us know if you need a reminder on how to do that.)

    Other important reminders:
    #1 - If you are a recipe owner, you still have the ability to edit, reorder and change the set default photo on your recipes.
    #2 - If you have set your recipe’s default photo, that photo will not change.
    #3 - If you wish to change the order of your recipe’s photos, you can still do that manually (look for the “Edit Photos” link on the new photo gallery).

    Here’s a sneak peek of the new photo experience:
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