Redesigned Mozilla Website Launching Soon
Thursday October 30th, 2003
Bart Decrem writes: "Thanks to the hard work by Dave Shea, Tristan [Nitot], and, especially for the long last mile, Ben [Goodger], Dawn [Endico], DBaron [David Baron] and Chofmann [Chris Hofmann], we're almost ready to launch the redesigned Mozilla web site, so now's a great time to head over to http://website-beta.mozilla.org/, check out the new site and send feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org."
Update: One of the names that originally appeared in this article has been removed, at that person's own request.
#78 My input
by gflores <email@example.com>
Saturday November 1st, 2003 6:33 PM
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1st time poster =) I didn't get a chance to read everything, but here's my input...
1. I like the new links up top that show downloads, support, etc. However, what is the difference between Downloads and Products? I didn't see much of a difference. 2. There needs to be a "Home" button (i think someone said this already) ... hmm just noticed if I click on the Mozilla logo in the top left corner, it takes me to the main page. It wouldn't hurt to put a Home/Main beside download though. 3. The support page is nice. I couldn't find the Mozdev site though :( I think the essential sites (texturizer, mozdev, and mozillazine) should be on the main page on the left. Also, there should be some sort of sign that says extensions here, try it out! You know? because many people don't know about the extensions, and we need to show them that that's what make Mozilla great. Also, is it just me or is the lizard/dino on the support page really goofy? I say take it out. -Gabe