If you want the quick share links move to the bottom status feed:
I know you want icons, just like what we see in Facebook and Google+.
Now you get the TIPS!!
This tips is for everyone who put the activity feed in the main column. But…Continue
Added by Alex 小正正 on August 10, 2011 at 2:19am — No Comments
The following steps will guide you through the process of creating a slider for your Ning Network. You can find an example of a slider here. The default slider contains 3 slides that each include an image, text, and link. The images are 653 pixels wide, and the slider fits within the larger column of a Ning Network 2 column layout.
If you would like to place the slider in a column other than the larger column of a 2…Continue
The results are in for the Ning Design Competition! Huge thanks go out to the design community for submitting 100+ entries. While there were only four winners, many of the submissions will also be considered for our upcoming Ning Theme Marketplace launch (stay tuned for details).
We’d also like to give a shout-out to our …Continue
We’re delighted to see the amount of enthusiasm on the Ning Design Competition. Not only did we received far more entries than we expected, the submissions showed a huge variety with interesting elements to bring community together and re-imagined the possibilities for social website design.
It was certainly a difficult process but after much consideration, we’re pleased to announce the…Continue
We've created this gathering place to let designers interested in Ning share tips, ask questions and give feedback. If you're new to the platform, here's how to get started:
1) Create a Ning Network (it's free for 30 days), then enable the Ning Design Studio on the "Ning Labs" section of your "My Network" page
2) Read our theme documentation