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Front Page with the two-column Thematic Week

Postby toc » Mon Jul 25, 2011 9:59 pm

Would it make sense to have a single subject Featured Pages, Articles & Trip Reports on the FP?

Example: Week long South American fiesta
with 3 TR's & 3 Articles (mid column)
+ 6 Featured Pages - 2 Areas/Ranges, 2 Mountains/Rocks, 2 Routes (righthand column)
all of them driven from South American continent

followed by, say, week long fuming stuff (volcanoes)

followed by, say, week long Canadian Rockies Ice Climbs

followed by Dolomites ( or Caucasus... or Africa week)

and so on and so forth
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Re: Front Page with the two-column Thematic Week

Postby gabr1 » Mon Jul 25, 2011 10:27 pm

personally i like the randomness, i like FP with different areas, different countries and different types of mountains.
I think it makes it much more interesting to browse around and read, otherwise it would be too much like being fed with the topic of the week.
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Re: Front Page with the two-column Thematic Week

Postby butitsadryheat » Mon Jul 25, 2011 10:35 pm

Why not program it to refresh itself with different items each time you visit the page? Like a rolling front page?
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Re: Front Page with the two-column Thematic Week

Postby Josh Lewis » Thu Jul 28, 2011 8:35 pm

butitsadryheat wrote:Like a rolling front page?


Like Peakbagger? They have a randomly displayed featured item.
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