We are looking for a new member of the Tribalogic team, based from our office in Edinburgh, Scotland.
The main responsibilities will be in the working in HTML/CSS and providing friendly and rapid support on our public interfaces.
I know this sounds crazy, but there has never been a way for our Administators to delete Entries (properties, caravan parks etc.) in our Admin Console.
Well, now you can.
The reason it has taken us so long to implement this feature is that there are many implications of deleting something. For example, although you might have stopped managing a holiday property and no longer wish to see it when you log into the Admin Console, you do not want to lose historic bookings that were made to that property.
From 1st February 2013 we will no longer support the use of Internet Explorer 8 within our Admin Console.
This will effect less than 2% of our users.
We will also stop checking client websites in IE8 as a matter of course.
Technologies and browsers move on, and we want to take adantage of them.
IE8 has limited support for HTML 5 and other web technologies that we want to use and give our users the best possible experience.
FlipKey (owned by TripAdvisor) now support reading the iCal feed that Tribalogic Management Toolkit enabled properties produces to publish availability.
Finding your iCal link in the Admin Console (Management Toolkit bolt-on clients only):
You can now place a booking on our Property Portfolio demo!
See how easy it is for your clients to book their holiday on your Property Portfolio website with the Bookster booking platform.
Lines added: 34k, lines removed: 23.5k affecting 1.2k files.
We have updated our secure Admin Console.
We have introduced a new clean look and feel to our Admin Console.
We have used responsive techniques to ensure that the console looks great across a whole spectrum of devices. This is going to be especially useful for mobile users.
Where can I find a link to the iCal availability calendar?
When logged into the Admin Console, look for the "Share" heading when viewing your property.
The iCal formatted feed can be used to