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  1. Hey guys, thanks much for the feedback. I've added and improved upon the site quite a bit now; but I've got another question: Do you think that it looks better the way it is now (hit refresh), or, with the Alternate Theme (testing theme)? If you open the main menu at the top, there are 2 small links on the bottom left of the menu when it opens, titled "Default Look" and "White (testing)". Clicking on them will switch between them. The white theme is not done, and i'm kinda stuck on what more to do with it. On some pages it just feels a lot cleaner and more Professional; but on most pages it just feels plain and empty... Can you guys give me your opinion on which looks better so far? I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks!
  2. Ha, "Error, you do not have permission to report the item you're trying to report"! That's funny. So i can't even tell the mods that @bheema is a spammer. Screw them. @Archadian: Thanks again, i'm actually going to be redoing a lot of the top nav tonight. I redid the footer, and i think you guys will agree that it's much better. My game plan for the night/morning (i work at night) is to create the important content; emphasise and SUMMARISE the front page to quickly highlight and guide the user to the important elements of the website; and to fix the top nav to reflect this change, etc. I think by tomorrow night / tonight (it's 03:30 here) i will have a MUCH better website. Thanks to all of you, for your input.
  3. Thanks guys! Well, i've gotten a lot of mixed responses on the bottom navigation; some love it, some hate it. I had originally duplicated the top to the bottom, but then realised i need to do MORE with the top, and so i put all the important elements at the top, and the "general" elements at the bottom (which are also at the top, but styled differently). Pretty much, the top has ALL of the important links, whereas the bottom only has the MOST important links. It IS obvious, however, that something should be considered as, evidently, half the visitors are going to have an issue with it (i say this because half of the reviews had an issue with it). So, yeah, i'm going to have to do something about that. I think i know what that something is, too... As far as your other points, i will use those points when planning the next phase of remodelling. Thanks again guys!.
  4. It's also at the very top of the page.
  5. Hi, I was hoping to get some feedback on my design of Stiggler.com. I'm a horrible designer, but this is the best I've got so far. Ideas and critique welcome. Thanks~
  6. It actually looks fine. I don't see any issues with it. Unless there was a tab listing with a whole lot of rewards that I didn't see, then pagination may come into play.
  7. Well there's almost no content, so it's hard to say how the layout looks. It's extremely simple how it currently is, though. And you would probably do better if you gave your site name header a design of some sort instead of just plain lettering.
  8. I agree with the above in that the footer logos are way too big. It really throws off the rest of the look. Also, the bare space to the left looks even more bare on the pages that you have a long content column on the right. Maybe move the image down further and make it stand out more?
  9. Thanks . But it didn't look that good a few days ago when he made that reply. I just updated it last night. Before that it was kinda ugly. Thanks!
  10. Ok, i think that i've NAILED it with this last modification, if anyone wants to give it another look. I figured out, thanks to everyone's feedback, that i was FLOODING the user with an information overload. So, i found a way to include all of the information on the page, AND MORE, in such a way that the user can consume it in a much easier way. I really think this is a MAJOR improvement .
  11. Oh, well then feel free to write an article about my cms software . You can use it for free Good luck with things.
  12. Thank you so much for you feedback, it was the most informative i've received ANYWHERE! I am bookmarking this page right now, and tomorrow night when i go through the content revisions, i will re-read this page for consideration of all the new content. I love a LOT of the points that you made, and found them VERY helpful in determining why no one has jumped on this new technology yet! (it is a new technology, in the same way that AJAX is: it uses existing technology, together, as a methodology, to accomplish something that has never be available before on the internet: SaaS websites) One remark that i will make, is that the acronyms in the footer are more for search engines. I use them with the abbr/acronym tags to beat into the search engines that that acronym is an ionisis system. It actually does work for most of the ones that are already well established. Also, i'm happy that you pointed out the flaw in my videos that made it seem that users had to edit stuff just to make a blog entry. That is not at all the case. You only have to setup your website once. After that, you're done. When you first set it up, you can use the provided template, or migrate your existing design into the setup. But either way, you only do it 1 time, when you first setup your site to run our systems. After that, you're good to go. Thanks again for your input; it was most valuable!
  13. Ok, i know this sounds crazy, but tell me what you think about this "retarded" marketing idea: I decided to make all of the systems FREE. People can use them for no money at all. I wonder how that's going to go over... My HOPES are that the free accounts that are ad supported (via MY OWN internal ad system) will generate enough ad revenue to cover the cost of their bandwidth and cpu and memory consumption... I could loose my shirt on this one, or make it big. I guess we'll see...
  14. I would make your width of your content area no greater than 960px (so that it fits within a 1024x768 screen). Also, i'd get rid of that "html valid" logo at the bottom (your visitors don't care, and to those who know what it is, it makes you look like a noob). And your "welcome" message at the top looks like a google ad. BTW, what do you get for referring people to Virtue Mart? I didn't notice an affiliate id in your link, so are you linking just because you like it? If so, then maybe you'd like this one as well : http://eecs.ionisis.com
  15. Hi guys, i’ve been working my butt off on these systems for over a year now, and i’ve finally got them to a point where i feel comfortable letting to public begin to subscribe to them to use on their own websites. I’m not good at marketing myself, nor my products, so i was wondering if i could get some feedback on what users THINK about these systems, and what they think about the way i’m presenting them (eg, words, design, layout, USABILITY, etc). It would also be great if someone actually USED them and told me what they thought. I need to know how this site FEELS to the user, and if it gets the point across accurately, and lets the user know WHAT this is that i've built, and HOW it BENEFITS them. The website in question is: http://iims.ionisis.com You would click on a particular system to view its details; that main iims page is just an overview as to how my SaaS framework works with the systems. If you actually wanted to check them out and USE them to see how they feel (usability), you can see them and use them at TheSocialExpo.com I REALLY appreciate any help on this, as i’ve been working on this for FAR too long to give up now… Thanks.
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