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fiona1964

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We are looking forward to our Easter Comp which starts in February it is for both writers and Graphic designers

the theme will be Easter so come and join so you can enter

 

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Wanted to say something bad, but I can't :D

 

The theme is clean and pretty, the forums look nice and active. Love it. The only thing I'd advice you would be to not how the stats area in the index. It's too long and boring. let people see the forums and maybe shorts stats, they're there for the content, not counting posts. That would help make the index footer smaller. Love the site otherwise. BEST OF LUCK!

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I agree 100% with Dojo. =)

 

Add some white in there... easier to see the text with contrast.

 

As far as statistics, only other web masters who are trying to compete and think that 100 members is alot... care. It is all about content. If someone comes to your forum and sees a great design with plenty of QUALITY content... they will stay. If they feel compelled to reply, they will register.

 

Take it one step further, install google analytics.

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I have a few themes for members to pick from

as members all like different themes so i have given them a chose

 

 

Personal opinion... pick one theme and stay with it.

 

Before making any forum decisions... ask yourself...

 

Do the top forums in my niche do this? If not.... why?

 

There should be two themes... one main theme, and one for people on mobile phones... it should be easy and quick to navigate. On my main forum, about 2 years old, 1500 members, only one or two use a different theme when they had the choice.

 

By using multiple themes, when you update the software, you are making yourself do that much more work. Plus, unless you update them all, you are leaving large vulnerabilities, that let hackers in.

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