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    Please review my world forums site ForumsGlobe.com which organizes world forums as national, regional, city and open forums for all popular topics.
    http://www.forumsglobe.com/
    This is a very neat site and you don't see this kind of organization of forums very often.
    Please let me know your thoughts.

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    HI - WOW. This must have been an incredible amount of work, putting together all those drop-down lists. What language did you use (PHP? MySQL?). And your database must be massive - how many tables would you need?

    And a comment - this is a really neat idea. But don't you think it sort of undercuts the point of the Web? I mean, one of the things I find to be of the most benefit in the forums I belong to is that I can get viewpoints from people all over the world who have similar interests, all in one place.
    With your setup it looks like I would have to backtrack a lot to get to forums of other places, because they are all separated. Or do you have a huge one-table database setup where all the postings are all listed in one huge table, but the searches just keep refining down as the user defines them?

    Anyway, good luck with the site. Do you have many members yet?
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    You have more forums than posts... not a good way to start a community.

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    Thank youAlphamore.Your feedback is very helpful.
    Thanks again for your time.

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    Hi! I like your page, it's clear as well as simple. At your place I would make bold the type of the menu in the left column because this menu is uncomfortable to look through, I think.

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    Please do not submit your site twice in one week with no changes to the site or mentioned in the new thread.
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    Senior Member Orlando Web Des's Avatar
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    Lot of work went into this site I can see....good work

    Now you just have to get some traffic and visitors.

    Questions is...what does your site have to offer that others don't?


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