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« on: 07 06, 2005, 04:09: AM »

I think it would be helpful to have a Pinned topic in the Web masters guild for all the diffrent sites.Instead of haveing them in new topics every site...
Also maybe make another one for feedback on the deffrent sites and how well they are put together...
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« Reply #1 on: 07 08, 2005, 07:41: AM »

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I think it would be helpful to have a Pinned topic in the Web masters guild for all the diffrent sites.Instead of haveing them in new topics every site...
An excellent idea. This would minimize the effort on behalf of the reader, making them more likely to read about each site. BUT:

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Also maybe make another one for feedback on the deffrent sites and how well they are put together...
The problem with this is that readers will have to open up another window and try to match the out-of-sequence posts in the feedback thread. I doubt that many would make the effort necessary to read about the site and its reviews.

Anyone with ideas on how to get around this is asked to report.

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« Reply #2 on: 07 08, 2005, 08:09: AM »

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I think it would be helpful to have a Pinned topic in the Web masters guild for all the diffrent sites.Instead of haveing them in new topics every site...
An excellent idea. This would minimize the effort on behalf of the reader, making them more likely to read about each site. BUT:

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Also maybe make another one for feedback on the deffrent sites and how well they are put together...
The problem with this is that readers will have to open up another window and try to match the out-of-sequence posts in the feedback thread. I doubt that many would make the effort necessary to read about the site and its reviews.

Anyone with ideas on how to get around this is asked to report.

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First I'd like to find the specific forum... I've been looking for the Webmaster's Guild forum, but have yet to find it 8-)

There are two thing here that need to work together: a link to a site and the comments to said site.
Best way to keep both connected is a separate thread for each site, with any comments/replies etc. in that one thread.
The pinned or sticky list of sites mentioned in the forum is a good idea, but this would mean indeed that once you found a site you find interesting, you need to then find the thread of this site to comment in...

Maybe the list of "reviewed/reviewable" sites could be maintained by one person?
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« Reply #3 on: 07 09, 2005, 02:59: AM »

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First I'd like to find the specific forum... I've been looking for the Webmaster's Guild forum, but have yet to find it 8-)
Webmasters Guild forum = Klingon Webasters Guild. tmk1000 refers to the Introduce Your Website subforum.

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There are two thing here that need to work together: a link to a site and the comments to said site.
Right. That is the point I was trying to get across. Your post puzzles me, zan SoptaHlaHwI'.

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Best way to keep both connected is a separate thread for each site, with any comments/replies etc. in that one thread.
?? Yes. That is how they are currently listed.

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The pinned or sticky list of sites mentioned in the forum is a good idea, but this would mean indeed that once you found a site you find interesting, you need to then find the thread of this site to comment in...
?? Again, this is what I responded to tmk1000.

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Maybe the list of "reviewed/reviewable" sites could be maintained by one person?
The "reviews" are simply any comment s on a given website, and any site listed under Introduce Your Website is open for review. For that matter, anyone may comment on any site cited or linked to in these Forums.

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