The site should look and function pretty much the same, but I've changed a few things in the underlying page design. Mostly the changes should mean the page loads or renders a bit faster.
This will be a very infrequent blog, where you'll find posts about wishlists, gift buying and this website. There maybe posts about things of a tangential nature to those topics.
I thought I'd highlight one of the lesser used features that maybe people aren't aware of, but they might benefit from - the ability to allow others to edit one of your wishlists. There are many reasons why you might want to set up a shared online wishlist, such as wedding list if you're getting married or parents who have a wishlist set up for their children.
Today often sees many companies announcing the release of new products that are fake
Quite surprised to discover recently that Things I Love wishlists has been going now for 20 years! It doesn't seem like it has been that long, but 2 decades is quite a long time in terms of a website - so many fall by the wayside without making it this far.
Some of you might have noticed a new feature that is currently being explored - we're experimenting with identifying links that no longer work. Any dead links we find, we will let you know about on the homepage and they'll be crossed out when viewed on your wishlist. For any visitors to your wish lists, the links will be hidden so they won't waste their time following links that are useless.