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Embedded Telcontent Emails.

Post by fustachio.tel on Tue 18 Dec 2012, 2:05 pm

Currently when clicking on the email button on the bottom of the telname page it opens to send a simple "Please check out http://something.tel", and when I recently received an email from another service it got me thinking about embedded email content and the current offers section as well as how I was thinking before about browser sub content without leaving a windowed section (video/images/coupons/etc) or destroying the single page tel structure.

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So as we currently can add one offer/coupon I would like to see this expanded to a cache of five to ten and for the main tel page to continue to feature a single one as it does now but make this the newest one (by timestamp) or locked to a pre-set one, and for telnames to give us a way to browse through the five to ten hidden ones by expanding the coupon/offer section vertically and down as the theme at the same time hides the video/images/link/profile sections, so as like with the open and close sections for videos, images and maps this is expanded to not just resize to a small box and close but it resizes fully up and down to accommodate the entire page.

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This is how I see a telname #hash highlight section, that is embeded in an email: http://links.mkt3435.com/servlet/MailView?ms=NDA3MTI5MDIS1&r=MjE5MTM4NTEzMjUS1&j=MTcxMzczNTYxS0&mt=1&rt=0 to allow a dynamic email to be sent and not just a "Please check out http://something.tel", so to do this I would like to see the coupon/offer area to be embeddable in any website when expanded as explained above by using the template hiding and expand content features combined with the hash "something.tel/#coupon" highlight locks to link to an open block section.

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I would also like to see at the bottom where the profile section used to be when expanded and hiding it to reveal the larger offer section, a new bar with a search box, an email box and below this a disclaimer text section or just a link to a disclmer doccument, the search box would be to allow more content to be added later or to search older offers that have not expired and to bring them to the top if we're allowed more than 10 active link offer storage.
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Re: Embedded Telcontent Emails.

Post by fustachio.tel on Tue 18 Dec 2012, 2:26 pm

If they wont give us more storage space on a telname, I would like the sections to "import" existing DNS data from our regular tel proxy sub domain tels, aka when we link to another tel domain with the 3000 allowance etc I would like some of what I put/store there to be imported into my telname to be displayed in the full page expanded sections, so of course when searching its displaying on my telname but its being pulled from my sub domain telnic dot tel.
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Which is hard to explain, er em when the expanded section is displaying the products/offers/coupons it's pulling the data from the telnic proxy and displaying it as if it's stored in my telname, thus having the search box for each section expands the capacities and makes it way more dynamic but still keeps the single page feel and hides that I'm storing data and image links on another proxy tel.
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Thus as telnames grows as a display format and other new proxies come online in the future for specific purposes, those can be designed as storage mechanisms and telnames can be the feature theme of such sub browsing content.

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Re: Embedded Telcontent Emails.

Post by fustachio.tel on Tue 18 Dec 2012, 2:51 pm

So going further I would either like to see the telnic proxy have specific setups that allows me to put in one link to eg, an FTP or another thing and have all the data structure auto imported, while keeping the top page redirect able and hiding the sub domain content to be imported into the telnames display/scroll/search sections.
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Or as for coupons/offers/products/etc I would like to put the link to my basic telnic domain into my telnames box settings to designate it as "storage" for all the other features, so it retains the blind top redirect eg fur.tel goes to my furtainment.tel but the sub domains get imported into my telname expandable sections for searching the DNS data/links/images but does not display as sub domains only displays as content as stated above.
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So when using the telnames app it stores it on my designated "specialist" tel sub domains and not in my telname, but the telname proxy imports it as needed to feature the search able content as stated above.
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Which means like above telnames becomes a simpler way to display large amounts of information while retaining the newsiest content feature theme and the old proxy can still be used but for making specialist storage proxies.

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Re: Embedded Telcontent Emails.

Post by fustachio.tel on Tue 18 Dec 2012, 2:57 pm

Happy Holidays, OK I'm done and it probably don't made sense at first but it's late and well what ever.

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