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This site has been set up to allow people to create non-store specific wishlists.
The internet is a big place and there now many shops you can buy cool stuff on. With each site having their own wishlists, it becomes increasingly differcult to let your friends and family know what to get you for that birthday/wedding/etc... Which is where Things I Love comes in. You can set up a wishlist that isn't tied to a specific store and then just give just one URL to whoever you want.
We can migrate wishlists across from other sites if required. Just send us a list of which wishlists you want converted and we'll see what we can do.
You've probably disabled cookies, which are tiny pieces of information websites use to remember who you are. To login, you have to re-enable cookies for Things I Love, otherwise the site can't remember who you are.
If you go to the account management page, you'll see that all your lists are displayed with their current access restrictions. You can specify either everyone, any account holders, a list of specific account holders or any account holder excluding certain people.
You don't want to set up two lists - an unrestricted one for your friends and another "tame" one that is parent friendly - as that would mean double the work and effort. So as well as restricting access to a list, you can also provide the same access restrictions on a per item basis.
Yes. If you bookmark this link to Add to Wishlist (right click on the link and select "Bookmark this link") you can then select this bookmark when you've found something you want to add and you'll be taken to the add page. Firefox users cand you move the bookmark into their "Personal Toolbar folder", where it'll also appear on their Personal toolbar. Alternatively you can just drag the link straight to the Personal Toolbar too. Other browsers may offer similar functionality, but I've not checked.
It won't always grab the price of the item, so you have to make a note of this.
This requires a minor modification to the standard link. If you Add Wishlist Item will add an item specifically to the wishlist with the id "default" - if you edit the bookmark and replace the word "default" with the ID of the required list (you can grab this from the URL when you view the list), it'll skip the page asking you which list you want to add to.
You can search for people by either their surname, full name, nicknames or email. If even after trying those options, you still can't find it then ask your friend.
Scroll down the list until you've found something you want to buy. At the bottom of the entry there should be a list of possible online stores that stock the item, along with the price. Clicking on the store name will take you to that store where you can then buy the item. When you've bought it, you then click on the button and let us know you've bought the item.
Unfortunately this means you have to go and look for the item. You might have some luck if you look at our list of online stores.