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2009-04-01 16:02:06 I read your comment on Jason's page and I figured I'd reply.
There are two things you should consider:
The file name contains amperstands and spaces and such. For reasons I really don't want to get into, that's a bad thing. On top of that, the name is unnecessarily long. Try a simple name that describes the content of the picture and doesn't use any characters other than numbers, letters, dashes, periods (other than in the file extension) and underscores, like storefront.jpg. The title of the image isn't going to be displayed on the page anyway.
You will get a whole lot more respect on here if you guys edit using your real names rather than a communal account. With a communal account, there is no individual accountability for edits because it isn't always certain who made what changes. Additionally, we want people to be members of our editing community and not just edit a small number of pages, like those pertaining to Urban Body. With this account, you've boxed yourself into just editing pages about this business. It's sad to see people confine their editing experience to a small set of pages. We strongly discourage communal accounts for these reasons. —WilliamLewis
2011-01-12 01:34:35 I concur wholeheartedly with the previous statement —StevenDaubert
2011-03-21 13:14:33 Did you read William's comment? —JasonAller
2011-03-21 13:18:33 I saw your name change request so I took care of it for you, however the & does cause problems so I spelled out the and. Hope it helps—PeterBoulay
2011-03-21 17:58:35 Well, I would have waited for you to reply and then explained why William's point number two is important and how you could rename the page. Instead someone jumped in, read only part of what William wrote, and renamed the page using "and" instead of "&" like you asked. I do encourage you to participate in the community as a member of the community rather than with an account that creates an aura of exceptional voice. —JasonAller
Been fixed to use the & —PeterBoulay