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Testing New Interface on Front Page
By Hervé St-Louis
May 23, 2011 - 22:38




When I get days off, I thinker. So today I've fixed our commenting system and then, worked on the home page. What you see here is by no means the final design. It's just a test to see what happens. I can put everything back in minutes, so I'm not worried much.

I've always tinkered with the Bin, so this is not new. It's how we evolve and that means that yeah, you the, is caught in our tests. 

I've expanded the screenspace we used for the site home page, and changed  how information is presented. I'll do more tinkering later this week, but I think that's good enough for now - after over 12 hours working on this... Let me know what you think.

cheers

Update: Finally checked Internet Explorer because, you know, even if I despise it and recommend to everybody I know to stop using it, 40% are still using that piece of crap... Turns out the new home page is a mess in IE.  I mean, it looks good in Safari and Firefox, of course it's gonna look like shit in Internet Explorer...

Update#2

I put back the old design. With Internet Explorer acting up and 40% of you still using that browser, I was asking for trouble. There goes 2 hours of my life, down the drain because of Internet Explorer...

If you want to see this crazy layout I was working on, go visit www.comicbookbin.com/index2.html!

cheers


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