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    Harriet commented  · 

    Agreed!

    A store of any decent size, will need a Search function...for example, in our case, being able to search by Author or a book's title, would be wonderful.

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    Harriet commented  · 

    Yes, a default "alphabetical" sort is not very logical. We would like to be able to list the membership levels from high cost to low cost, or low cost to high cost, which makes a lot more sense!

    On the New Membership form, this is already possible and quite easy.

    I do not understand why this same feature can not be implemented for the Membership Level Change form, since it is basically a request for the same functionality?

    From the user viewpoint, always listing the membership levels in the same order on all forms, is consistent, reliable and easy to use.

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    Harriet commented  · 

    I would like this feature too.

    We have webpages which are "not in the menu" but they are actually in use! Ex: the JOIN form.

    We also have a plethora of "demo pages" which are nice to keep around (for future website inspiration) but I wish I could stick them into one "folder" instead of wading through 20 demo pages to find the 2 -3 important pages that are actually in use on the site (but are not displayed in the main Menu).

    it also makes it harder for me to train/teach people to use the site. They get boggled by the many many webpages ...

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