I thought I would let those of you observant people know about the little drop down menu at the bottom left of the site. This allows anybody to change between the two versions of CycloneFanatic.com's layout and design. Both use the exact same live data and are only different in their appearance (they use the same back end to process everything). I have had several people ask to see what I work on before I roll it out to the rest of the site so I thought some of you may enjoy being able to see this test design.
I keep both designs completely up-to-date with features and I test everything in CFv2 before rolling the feature(s) out to the default theme, so you may notice extra/new features now and again;) I know the colors aren't perfect on the alternate design and it's something I'll be working on. This alternate design is never going to replace the current design and is strictly for those that want to use it instead.
Have fun and don't complain about the colors or layout, it's an early BETA version and is only for those that prefer it to the default and standard CF design.
Much faster loading and navigating
Completely new layout
More "AJAX" (interaction without reloading pages)
New icons and images
More hidden features yet to be revealed:)
Last edited by Jeremy; 11-16-2006 at 07:26 PM.
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