Since effecting a few add-ons in the outlook of our site, some of it’s designs have had to change and information reaching us is that some of our visitors have experienced a little difficulty in navigating the site. This post will address issues pertaining to any such complaints.
First, the homepage has been designed with dedicated verticals to other content services that we offer including Videos, Editorials and especially our Ghanaian website, TX Ghana. You can find this atop the webpage every time you visit tooXclusive.com
As you continue to scroll, you’ll find our music player already loaded with a variety of current songs that you can listen to while you continue to peruse other info and services on the site. Our music playlist is periodically updated to match up with the high influx of songs from numerous artistes per time. Two links, News and Editorials have been pulled out into features on the web page. This allows for a more direct access to trending news and updates as well as very recent article posts on music and the industry.
Beside the news and editorial feature, the Search Bar is located on the right side after which you can then find the more recent music post updates when you continue scrolling.
How to download
When you click on a music post, the download link is usually located at the bottom (after the cover artwork display and the short press release text for the song). Usually, the link would be in the text format highlighted in blue colour “DOWNLOAD (Artiste Name) – “(Song Title)”. To effect a download, click the link directly.
Alternatively, you can right-click on the download link and select the option “save link as” from the dialog box that pops out. Choose the directory to which you want to save the mp3 file on your computer and click save.
Just like the desktop, the mobile site has direct links on it’s homepage for verticals New Music, Videos, News and Editorial. The links direct you to posts associated with their respective tags. New Music takes you to the all the music posts starting from the most recently updated. The same goes for other verticals. Unlike in the desktop version, there is no web feature on the mobile thus these verticals would suffice.
On the mobile, the Search Bar is located at the end of the page. You have to scroll down – past the music feeds – to the bottom. To download on mobile, Android and Blackberry users are to ‘long press’ the download link and select the “save link as” option on their handheld devices. The long press method requires that you click and hold down the link for longer than a second until a dialog box pops out with various command options.
We’d recommend that site visitors familiarize themselves with these tips by testing it out either on their handheld devices or computers. In the mean time, we’re carrying out a survey and as such we would like to know what your experience has been and if this instructional has helped/will help in any way. Please tick the option that applies to you below.