This is a discussion on Seen the homepage of the vBulletin? within the Off-Topic & Chit Chat forums, part of the Focus on Members category; vBulletin Home It looks cool I like the features in the suit. http://www.vbulletin.com/index.php?do=features...
Having worked with designers like jp33 (as a buyer), and knowing the value of money, I personally think it looks quite cheap.. I'm definitely going to backup the old favicon for future use..
I don't think this will work btw.
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Code:<tr> <th class="feature">Upgrades</th> <td style="text-align:center;;"> <span style="color:#090; font-weight:bold;">FREE!</span> <br /> <span style="color:#2D2D2D;">(Active licenses only)</span> </td> <td style="text-align:center; color:red;"> <strike style="color:#2D2D2D;">$250</strike> <b>$130</b> <br /> <span style="color:#2D2D2D;">(Pre-sale Price)</span> </td> </tr>
Last edited by Cor van Noorloos; 10-13-2009 at 06:00 PM.
Good choice how they changed the design. I like the homepage, but not sure about some of the screenshots. But the pricing could have been done better. If you haven't renewed your license before this week you are now screwed.
I have read most of them but didn't exactly see a warning about it. Anyway, you should check out the vb support forums, a lot of customers hate vb for doing this. Bad choice imo.
It was bound to happen.
Frankly, i'm excited. It seems a lot of people are just giving up. That means time to pick up decent sites for pennies
wonder what something like that would cost to create (home page)
I can say that the current alpha is valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional
Future of Vbseo after release of Vbulletin 4.x this is not the final or so called gold release as per vb team
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