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 Post subject: Time For A New Design
PostPosted: Thu Dec 15, 2005 10:48 am 
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It's time that you redesigned your web site, pretty sparse right now.

Also, you should have the URLs on your web site for the software you put on CD/DVD.



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 Post subject: Re: Time For A New Design
PostPosted: Thu Dec 15, 2005 12:07 pm 
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mlauzon wrote:
It's time that you redesigned your web site, pretty sparse right now.



Are you kidding me?
http://www.maximumpc.com/forums/search.php

That link works fine. You just need to know how to use it.


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 Post subject: Re: Time For A New Design
PostPosted: Thu Dec 15, 2005 3:49 pm 
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Spider Monkey wrote:
mlauzon wrote:
It's time that you redesigned your web site, pretty sparse right now.



Are you kidding me?
http://www.maximumpc.com/forums/search.php

That link works fine. You just need to know how to use it.



I was talking about www.maximumpc.com and not about the forums...!




Michael


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 16, 2005 12:59 pm 
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Uh, they just did a full redesign three months ago of site and forums?


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 16, 2005 1:39 pm 
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Uh, they just did a full redesign three months ago of site and forums?



I am not concerned about the forums, didn't I already mention that...the main site looks the same as it did last year; for a company of geeks their web site sure sucks. Not to mention it's not even valid XHTML:

http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.maximumpc.com%2F


The site has 151 errors! For example, they have the SCRIPT tag after the DTD tag and outside of the HEAD tag! There are other SCRIPT errors, but the one I mentioned is the main one!

I can design a better site then the one they have now, so can all my friends.




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PostPosted: Fri Dec 16, 2005 9:21 pm 
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mlauzon wrote:
Not to mention it's not even valid XHTML:

http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.maximumpc.com%2F


The site has 151 errors! For example, they have the SCRIPT tag after the DTD tag and outside of the HEAD tag! There are other SCRIPT errors, but the one I mentioned is the main one!

I can design a better site then the one they have now, so can all my friends.

Michael

Surf the Web and get PAID!:

http://www.studiotraffic.com/login.php?refid=1246308&username=mlauzon


Please Forgive me, But,

I guess 80 errors is better for the site you're are pimpimg - though it is a package jacobean format that a 3rd grader could launch and should have less than 10. I'm not one of your friends, but I'm pretty sure (in fact positive) I could do (and have done) better than that.

That said, maybe you could contribute something more interesting than an error count before you break 10 posts on a forum as a new user.

While I agree there is pleanty of room for improvement around here, it would be better recieved if you became part of the community before you insulted it (which is how it came accross - though I am sure you didn't mean it that way).

In fact, since you know something about judging design, then you know you should also comment on actual changes (other than those of validation), and in a manner that frankly is not so vague (but in fact more constructive) than "pretty sparse".

Other than what you mention about the CD - what else would be an improvement for example? The CD has source information generally right on board. Why bother with tasking the staff again when you have it in your hands?

EDIT - While I sound harsh - its sometimes par for the course with me.

Welcome to the MPC forums. I hope you get more than you give :) - End EDIT

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 17, 2005 2:09 pm 
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MantaBase wrote:
mlauzon wrote:
Not to mention it's not even valid XHTML:

http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.maximumpc.com%2F


The site has 151 errors! For example, they have the SCRIPT tag after the DTD tag and outside of the HEAD tag! There are other SCRIPT errors, but the one I mentioned is the main one!

I can design a better site then the one they have now, so can all my friends.

Michael

Surf the Web and get PAID!:

http://www.studiotraffic.com/login.php?refid=1246308&username=mlauzon


Please Forgive me, But,

I guess 80 errors is better for the site you're are pimpimg - though it is a package jacobean format that a 3rd grader could launch and should have less than 10. I'm not one of your friends, but I'm pretty sure (in fact positive) I could do (and have done) better than that.

That said, maybe you could contribute something more interesting than an error count before you break 10 posts on a forum as a new user.

While I agree there is pleanty of room for improvement around here, it would be better recieved if you became part of the community before you insulted it (which is how it came accross - though I am sure you didn't mean it that way).

In fact, since you know something about judging design, then you know you should also comment on actual changes (other than those of validation), and in a manner that frankly is not so vague (but in fact more constructive) than "pretty sparse".

Other than what you mention about the CD - what else would be an improvement for example? The CD has source information generally right on board. Why bother with tasking the staff again when you have it in your hands?

EDIT - While I sound harsh - its sometimes par for the course with me.

Welcome to the MPC forums. I hope you get more than you give :) - End EDIT

Manta



My friend's nor I did not make StudioTraffic.com, I came across it while surfing the Web.

Oh, and to let you know, I am not a new user to the forum as I have been reading the stuff on here for a long, long time...I finally decided to make an account.


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PostPosted: Sat Dec 17, 2005 2:50 pm 
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mlauzon wrote:
My friend's nor I did not make StudioTraffic.com, I came across it while surfing the Web.

Oh, and to let you know, I am not a new user to the forum as I have been reading the stuff on here for a long, long time...I finally decided to make an account.


Fact of the matter is, you are a new user... reading only gets you so far

Stop being a troll..

stop covering your spamtastic crap (I doubt any of us give two hoots about whatever awesome website you are pimping in your manual sig) with insults about this websites design. It is clean, it looks good, and as far as I am concerned, works and does not need to re-done.


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