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Mike 08-07-2006 04:51 PM

Position of "General" forums
 
Hi everyone,

We are experimenting with the placement of our "General" forums. We thought it might be nice to arrive at FishForum.com and have fish related forums be the first thing presented to our members- right at the top. What do you think? Please complete this poll and let us know where you think the "General" category is better placed.

Thank you,
Administrator :D

microsoft 10-22-2006 09:18 PM

i have to say in the middle closer to the top
then, people don't have to scroll down too much

Lupin 10-22-2006 09:25 PM

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Originally Posted by microsoft
i have to say in the middle closer to the top
then, people don't have to scroll down too much

The only problem with this is that it takes away the purpose of the fish forum hence the majority chose to place it in the bottom.:)

Bristle nose 10-23-2006 02:58 AM

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Originally Posted by Blue
Quote:

Originally Posted by microsoft
i have to say in the middle closer to the top
then, people don't have to scroll down too much

The only problem with this is that it takes away the purpose of the fish forum hence the majority chose to place it in the bottom.:)

Yeah i agree with Blue!

SKAustin 10-23-2006 02:04 PM

Announcements should be at the very top, followed by FW, SW, P&V, Pics, Contests, then finally GD at the bottom. Keep the pertinent material at the top. JMO.

Amphitrite 10-23-2006 02:09 PM

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Originally Posted by SKAustin
Announcements should be at the very top, followed by FW, SW, P&V, Pics, Contests, then finally GD at the bottom. Keep the pertinent material at the top. JMO.

I agree with SKAustin, GD should be at the bottom of the forum. After all, this is a fish forum and that's primarily the reason for people coming here in the first place.


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