Actually, I like it. It tells me exactly what I need to know at a glance. But, is this only good for regular members? — hartnell
I think it's decent. But is there meant to be a heap of blank space between the opening paragraphs and the Forum/Page stats and such? It doesn't really look right.
That 'heap of blank space' could be a brower-related issue.
I never really noticed it when I used Firefox but it became apparent when I went back to using IE.
But perhaps I'm wrong. :D
What version of INTERNET EVIL, i mean, IE are you using? —hartnell
Firefox was using a lot of memory so I went back to using IE6, lol. :)
No, it's an issue with IE. I just don't know what it is. Can you upgrade to 7? —hartnell
Lol, I'd rather not. It probably uses more memory than Firefox. :)
I wouldn't worry about it though, it's not a major issue.
The rest of the site looks fine. :)
How does it look now? —hartnell
I think you should tell people about the Forum on the main page.
It would also be good to provide a direct link to the Forum like you've done with the tutorials.
There is a huge gap, also in IE7. I think it is quite a big deal. First impressions are everything, and that gap doesn't give a good one. It (looks like) a HTML tag missing, but afaik that shouldn't be possible with wikidot, or are you working with templates which have html code also?
P.s. Here's the validation results from the WWW consortium. Maybe it helps:
Thanks for the heads up, but thats a part of the DTD, and shouldn't effect the css divs. Arg. I'm going to try an experiment tonight.
Okay, a few hours after using IE6 I realised how crap it was and went back to using Firefox.
Now that 'heap of blank space' doesn't appear and I can see the Forum link.
…matthew can't Log in, lol. :D