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Need to have a look at adding some colour onto this page, perhaps a lighter version of the blue background colour, although this can certainly wait for a while as there's no rush. --JonathanD 13:15, 26 September 2006 (BST)
- Well my main concern regarding the main page is the clarity of the sidebar. The titles of the boxes need to be in white, or some other colour than black - as they are near invisible at the moment. That doesn't matter for "navigation" as that's not a necessary title - but "search" most certainly is. --Orbling 13:17, 26 September 2006 (BST)
- I did have a go at this earlier on when i initially installed mediawiki, but without much success, the best i got was having the text in black, but with a white background to it. Although this was easier to read, it didn't look very nice! --JonathanD 13:22, 26 September 2006 (BST)
Can I suggest (if possible) putting the headings in bolder text or larger font?
- Certainly a good idea Em, but the font might be difficult to change, I shall have a play around on my test system at home... --JonathanD 17:22, 28 September 2006 (BST)
Anyone have any preference on the featured show section, any changes that need making? I'm thinking we should add a different one each month, probably around the 1'st of the month. Anyone have any suggestions for the next one? --JonathanD 21:56, 14 November 2006 (UTC)
- Well changing it once a month is a minimum I reckon, twice a month would also be fine if you ask me. How often does Google refresh, I think at around twice that gap, so it gets hit twice and then changes. As for choice of show, it should really be shows that show off the features of the site - strong pages only with plenty of content. After that, perhaps trying to align it with events, DVD releases, etc.. Try and anticipate what might excite people in that period? --Orbling 14:30, 17 November 2006 (UTC)