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    Arrow CodingForums.com- please review

    Hi:
    Just thought I'd solicit some outside perspective on a new web coder's forum: http://www.codingforums.com Comments on the category break downs would be appreciated (ie: as a web coder, anything significant missing?), or the forum colors (which people either love or hate it seems).

    Thanks

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    I didnt mind the colors.......although I guess it gets a bit greeny after a while........

    anyway, I would recommend splitting the CSS and HTML forums.....as both can cover a wide range of topics........
    also make the HTML title into (X)HTML..........

    anyway, looks like a forum worth joining........I hope it gets some good traffic, as it is important for forums like this.....they can be very useful.......

    cheers
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    The colours are *ok*. They don't hurt my eyes or anything, but I think a lighter green would certainly look better.

    The categories look pretty good right now. Sounds like a pretty useful forum. Good luck with it!
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    Thanks for the comments on the colors. Might have to do some tweaking then. Personally I thought they were great when I first implemented it.

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    I like the colors. The green and black look good. I myself would add more of the green and black.

    Not a big fan of to much white.

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    Looks good, I'd leave it that way until you'll have a few thousands of posts in each category - than break each category into sub categories....that what they've done with http://www.aspmessageboard.com and sitepointforums.com
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