Experimenting with a New Front Page Layout for WW2DB

1 Jan 2015

WW2DB is experimenting with a slightly different front page layout. In terms of information offered, all remains the same, with a large space taken up by the main feature, a list of latest updates, what photographs had recently been added, WW2 in the news, etc. The differences are mainly in the layout, not content.

What do you think? Like it? Hate it? Have ideas for improvement? Please share and let us know! Thank you.

3 Jan 2015

Prototype No. 3: [Link Removed]

10 Jan 2015

The links to the prototypes have been removed. Thanks for sharing your comments! A new front page will be forthcoming.

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Visitor Submitted Comments

1. Anonymous says:
1 Jan 2015 02:28:03 PM

Happy New Year.

I like the front page as it is, to be honest.
But I'd like to see an optional dark theme for this website. Would be pretty cool if it was possible.
2. Marv says:
2 Jan 2015 05:48:44 PM

I like the current as well but change creates traffic so if I had to go with another I would go with #1.
3. KGabor (Hungary) says:
3 Jan 2015 02:57:50 PM

One vote for prototype No.1
And thank you for the whole database.
4. Dominic Reimers says:
4 Jan 2015 10:23:56 AM

Thanks for years of good reading. If you were going to change the front page I would have to say #1 as well.
5. Ido says:
5 Jan 2015 02:47:54 PM

Great site. I like frontpage #3. Wel placed info in a wel placed layout.
6. Anonymous says:
8 Jan 2015 02:26:17 PM

If you have to change, then Prototype 2 is my choice.

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