New Beta of mozilla.org Website Available for Testing
Friday August 20th, 2004
Steven Garrity today announced a new beta design of mozilla.org's website. The new design, done by silverorange, upgrades the navigation and freshens the look of the site. Steven and the other designers are interested in hearing feedback, but want those who provide feedback know that the home page content has not be updated yet. Also, there are some other outstanding bugs, which are listed in the feedback link.
#64 New site sucks.. keep the old
Monday August 23rd, 2004 8:01 PM
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I feel like its no longer firefox, mozilla or anything else.. at least I can find stuff on old site.. now it looks like its just plain & old.. not visually appealing to the average joe.. why take out the theme and colors? I don't like the grey in modern theme either.. mozilla suite is no longer a viable product to copy colors from.. Firebird and default theme is the wave of the future.. forget that new beta site.. you can just feel it in your bones that is just not right.. except probably for the mozilla store page.. products.. but the grey and no left side colors and all the way across the top has got to stay.. I feel you really have be in tune with mozilla and history to work on the a website.. that is not it.. this guy who made it probably has not used mozilla for any length of time.. I on the other had have seen it since Mozilla 0.5..
This new beta site is not going to fly.. too corporate.. its definetly not mozilla, are you trying to deliberately make a fool out of yourself? I for one absolutely hate it, its not mozilla style to say the least.