Change Default Graphic Design?

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Change Default Style?

Poll ended at Wed Aug 01, 2007 6:51 pm

No. Keep the phpBB standard.
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Yes. To be similar to C2C Hiking Guide.
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Yes, but I have another idea....
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new makeover

Postby guest » Fri Jul 13, 2007 8:00 am

Hey GrandM P,
We need more ads & pop-ups!
I like the "outdoor" clothing ones that have colors that go with the seasons!
It's very important to have a seasonally appropriate look, (in coolmax of course).

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BB Makeover

Postby CAlbright » Mon Jul 16, 2007 9:34 pm

The site design elevates my comfort level,,,,,I work for GE and am used to this cold precise delivery of information
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Postby Perry » Sun Jul 22, 2007 10:12 pm

phydeux wrote:The current BB may be a "plain Jane" format, but it does work well and is easy to navigate. Only suggestion I'd make is change the image (its looking toward San Gorgonio, if I'm not mistaken). How about one of these:

a picture from the SG Pass/Interstate 10 looking up at San J's impressive north face. . . .

. . . or . . .

. . . the north face shot rotated with a few other shots that cover all the San J climates - maybe one of a snowshoer during the winter, a hiker in the summertime forest, and a hiker in a desert environment (such as on C2C).


Done. Also changed the white background and text areas ever-so-slightly to "whitesmoke." Fading between images sounds cool at first thought, but I think after awhile it would become a distraction, since this site is usually for repeat visitors who like to read and think about things, rather than being entertained by animations. :D But....maybe a snowshoer next to trees on the left, and a hiker passing a cactus on the right!
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Postby Hikin_Jim » Sun Jul 22, 2007 11:10 pm

Nice new graphic! 8)
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