[Coco] How many CoCoNutz are really out there?
glenvdb at hotmail.com
Thu Oct 6 22:35:45 EDT 2005
I wasn't trying to offend you, I was just making a comment that not everyone
is on CoCo3.com and reasons why. I also get the same E-mails about trs80.com
(that the front page is too "Busy" because there is so much stuff there and
its hard to navigate).
I myself have reservations only about the colors (that's why i haven't ever
said anything, because it is so minor) Green and Yellow are very hard on the
eyes to some people and with so much stuff on the front page, it can cause a
bit of a headache. My only suggestion would be to change the color scheme
and to those who say there is too much stuff, break up the front page into
different pages like "links, Stuff for sale,etc"
but that is just my opinion. I am not on there much, with running my own
website, and now with work, I barely have time to play with my CoCo,'
>At 06:15 PM 10/6/2005, you wrote:
>>>>I also find that there are people on this list, that are not on
>>>>CoCo3.com. It can be argued that coco3.com is a very hard site to look
>>>>at (from a design point of view) and there is just too much advertising
>>>>and "Stuff" on the
>With 150,000+ page hits a month and not a single solitary complaint on this
>subject until now, I won't be changing the design drastically any time
>>>>home page that really turns a lot of people off. I get hundreds of
>>>>e-mails through my site because of this.
>The ads are not that bad and actually have a purpose because I have always
>run the site on a low budget and if it were not for ads and donations from
>time to time, the site would have been gone years ago. Actually, the ads
>make so little that it doesn't account for a fraction of what the hosting
>fees run. It's a choice any web site can make and so many do it for good
>I do respect all feedback and I will consider this letter.
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