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Discogs 2014 Staff List: Score Of The Year

This year at Discogs we’ve decided to try something new. As an enthusiastic team of music lovers and active listeners we thought it would be fun to share some of our favorite discoveries from the past year. Today we’re continuing by listing some of each of our “score”s of the year. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, “E. 1999 […]

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Add a Banner Image to Your Marketplace Store

We’re excited to announce that you can visually brand your store page with your own custom banner image. Customize your Discogs Marketplace store front, creating a more memorable shopping experience for your buyers. After you’ve uploaded an image you’ll see a preview of what it will look like for visitors to your store; once you’re […]

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How Discogs Uses a JavaScript Module Pattern

Over the summer, our JavaScript code transitioned to using a module pattern. It’s now more organized, maintainable, and a little bit faster. Before, all of the js built upon a ds namespaced object. Each js file would then build upon this object. The artist page JavaScript would claim the ‘artist’ property, and so on. There’s […]

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New Mobile Layout

Mobile traffic to Discogs exploded in 2013. We finished the year with it accounting for nearly 19% of our traffic in December. More people are using their phones and tablets to discover music on Discogs than ever before. These stats, along with listening to you in our forum, on Facebook, and at records fairs from […]

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New Keyboard Shortcuts

Today we added new keyboard shortcuts to let you quickly navigate the site without your mouse. To see the full list of shortcuts, type ? or click the new “Keyboard Shortcuts” link in the footer. There are global shortcuts that let you go to pages, invoked by typing g then usually the first letter of […]

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Simplified Header

We are simplifying the header as part of an ongoing effort to make the site more mobile friendly. Your cart and messages are now easier to see. Before, they were buried among the clutter of the grey bar. Now, they are featured in the primary header where they belong. Moving these links up allows us […]

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