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Does the new format make is more difficult for you to read the content?

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HELLO BRUCE,
  SEEMS ABOUT THE SAME TO ME and on my own page that I use all the time I have a white background and I like em both.........

looks good to me bruce  i customized my page a little bit ; but thats just me.  this one is great to

A bit over the top . IMHO, better with a single logo with a focus on the content. I'm a fan of simple 

Bruce, your talking  about the public facing site, not the members area.

         Like  the new  (this one)  format  better

I just wanted to make sure there wasn't some sort of universal uprising to leave BBG because of the busy format.  I'll be tuning things up a little in the next couple of weeks.  I like the color, but the orange lettering on the main page is a little tough on my eyes.. 

 

You guys are the best.  Love every one of ya.

Don't worry so much Bruce....we're good here. I'd rather you go fishing again. Take some time, remember?

We all appreciate what you do for us here at BBG...and you've created an incredible tribute to all things Bluegill.

Take pride in what you've accomplished.........Take a moment to enjoy the fellowship..........And take these words to heart:    Take yourself fishing.

Bruce - you have the numbers , but it seems to me that more are joining everyday. Do you numbers confirm that more are leaving than joining?. As far as the new format it is fine with me as long as we can change our own home page.

I like the newer format: brighter, the older format was hard for me to read sometimes due to the blue text on the dark background. Looks good to me. Also, your personal page is the only one that you can customize colorwise, correct?

"HEY LEADER OF THE BAND", BRUCE I AGREE WITH TONY ON THIS ONE AND DON'T WORRY SO MUCH ABOUT THE TRIVIAL STUFF!!!!!!!!!! SITE IS GREAT AND JUST ENJOY LIFE AND FISH!!!!!!!!!!!!! ONE THING that doesn't get reflected here enough, IMO, is the failure of folks to appreciate the site and what it has done for all us panfish nuts out here. I don't personally care what you do to the home page because it's yours with a little input from the membership. 
  I personally can't imagine the winter, OR SUMMER FOR THAT MATTER, without "BBG". I WOULD HAVE A BORING AND DULL WINTER HERE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  THANKS AGAIN AND TIGHT LINES BUDDY..........

hey bruce;; for my oppinion buddy; when i first saw this site; i stopped  and just looked at my favorite fish!  then after a while i started reading all the stuff that was on here; and it said you had to be a member to comment here.  without that front page; i doubt if i would have noticed the site!  its a eye catcher!  gets your attention!  its a great way to get guys or ladys attention fast!  and its a terrific picture to!  dont change a thing buddy!  its guys like you that have a vision that started this whole site and we; who have joined ; have the greatest respect for you ! as for the orange hurting your eyes?  hey!  a blue gill has ORANGE!!

All the numbers indicate that we're growing like crazy! :-0

I just wanted to make sure all my loyal buddies were cool with the occasional main page shakeup!  I hope all of you promise to let me know if I do something that makes the site less enjoyable.  I'm sure you all realize, but there is no paid advertising and no profit being derived from this site.  I just love to do this!  The Google ads and such are a necessary evil in order to have NING host the site. 

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