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What do you think of Flayrah.com?

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Your rating: None Average: 2 (1 vote)
Mmm...tasty
42% (46 votes)
Not bad, could use more salt
44% (48 votes)
Cooked this yourself, didn't you?
10% (11 votes)
Dog kibble tastes better
4% (4 votes)
Votes: 109

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It's not *bad* it just happens to look exactly the same as every other cheap new community type site appearing on the net every day :) New style people!

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That's what happens when you use SlashCode... it's functional and is easy to navigate, I for one don't have any complaints.

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There's a reason they all look the same, you know. It's a good readable design. There's no merit in using a novel design just for the sake of novelty.

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PHPNuke, actually. Which has a good amount of bugs (such as your login name not appearing in comment sections...) I'm half-heartedly poking at different themes, though my first priority was to simply get it to run.

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Overall, I like the whole slashcode look/effect. But... how do you look at a previous day's news, other than clicking directly on the stories? The dates themselves don't seem to be clickable.

A minor quibble for now... ;)

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It's well, grey. How about some color? A nice logo perhaps ;D

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Are you volunteering? ;)

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