I suppose this may be something to do with the firewall and our unchangeable internet options here at work but here's a small sample of problems I get, using both Firefox 2. Is a choice of size possible? Usually when the BBC tweak something I'm usually not too enamoured. A quick switch back and forth between the two and it's easy to see that the existing page is easier to navigate and find what you want As BBC Engineering Liasion Offgicer I handled annually some three thousand people who came from the ends of the world to see and discuss these innovations. I've always admired the BBC site for not constantly tacking bits on here and there, and maintaining site integrity. Congatulations on the site which has many good features.
I like the larger format and clear bold style with the lack of clutter. Why do people get so excited? Although it might not be to every ones taste I like the way the old page separates over links into easily readable sections and like I say is my example of how a lot of links doesn't need to be confusing. Not sure if this has been mentioned already as I can't be bothered to check all feedback comments at the time of writing , but I would love to see the TV section reflect my settings from the TV page. One tiny thing, is it possible to have a web search on the home page? I may become more critical with further use, but at first sight - good stuff. I'm not sure about the clock.
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Thursday, January 4, Or would they click right away? Nice look to the new page, just wish I could minimize the tv advert like you can minimize the other feeds. I don't like the words locali z ation or personali z ation but they have to be used I prefer them spelt with an 's'. For instance, the 'Edit' button next to each area of customisable content seems like the wrong label text.
Her bible was always within reach of wherever she was. Throughout her many years she had a tamale business, do-nut shop, and sno-cone route. I do hope it will be a platform-independent implementation and not Windows-only like iPlayer is at present Nothing Gives by Slowcoaches. Users need guiding round complex pages such as the BBC home page. Not sure about the colour changing bit that changes the whole style.