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10-22-2003, 10:12 AM
Hi WebProWorld Members!
Well, For The Past Couple of Weeks I've Been working on my site www.czechforum.net and I think I'm Ready For Your Review!
As You Can Tell By The Subject, The Website URL Is http://www.czechforum.net -- A Website for everyone interested in, or travelling to, the Czech Republic.
I would realy appreciate you Comments And Suggestions!
(I'm still working on the menubar, which is too small I think)
10-25-2003, 03:47 PM
paragraph under "welcome to czech forum" align to left not centre
maybe have something re history of the country? interesting facts?
10-25-2003, 11:33 PM
Highly functional and easy to navigate. Very nice overall design, and a great favicon. The masthead seems a bit large -- it was so heavy that my laptops lid slammed shut and I had to hold it up the entire time I on your site ;) Your photograph gallery has some really nice images. What a beautiful country. I wish you all the success in the world.
10-26-2003, 05:50 AM
Lovely site, very easy on the eye and full of the most beautiful photography! Saying this, I think there is still room for improvement on the site's main homepage. Your introductory message is very clear, but you need to support it with plenty of 'hot inbound links' into the really important information.
Ask yourself what would be the most commonly asked questions, and ensure you have links that go directly to that relevant content!
It's obviously early days in the life of the site, and like any other forum it's only ever going to be as good as the content the members provide! :c)
I wish you every success, I think you're off to a great start!
10-26-2003, 06:36 AM
May be worthwhile making a front page that links to the forums. You can use the frontpage to anounce latest news, features, etc and also to help with your search engine ranking. I don't know what script is used for the forum but most do have portals modifications for making the front page part of the forum such as this site does or another example is chat-help (http://www.chat-help.co.uk).
The front page could also be used to show some offers from airlines and travel companies, not to mention the selling of ad space.
Other than that a very nice, well put together site.