New WebSite!

This is our new WebSite! Hope you like!

I drawed a new logo that is (I hope) funnier than the last one. The site layout is also funnier and colorful. It is easier and direct to the point. There is only one page again, but only with essential information. Advanced informations, like FAQ, Bugs or Changelog are now on the forum.

Our blog now runs on WordPress 2.0 at /ies4linux/news/. Here I will post news and announcements about IEs4Linux, like it was before. By the way, it was a pain to migrate old posts here. I could not import comments, so old comments disappeared. Don’t worry, I have backup of everything here and I’ve already read every single comment with all your valuable information (some of them are copied to the forum).

This page will support translations in a very very easy way. It is only a txt file with the text. But I’m still finishing some things before you help me translating the home page. (I added a portuguese translation just to test)

Finally, let me know what you think about this new layout and logo, and also about all these page moves.

PS. Try to open this site on IE (using IEs4Linux) and you will see a very simplified layout. That’s because I didn’t have enough time to make it work on IE (this layout use a lot of PNG and float boxes). But, of course, I used IEs4Linux to make the IE version of this site 🙂

3 Responses to “New WebSite!”

  1. You may want to resize your browser window from time to time to see that you layouted for a specific screen resolution what doesn’t work in the web: http://download.noctus.net/gallery/caps/ies4linux_newlayout.png

    The new layout is pretty plain, I’ll have to take some time to get used to it.

    Regards, Mathias

    PS: And I still like to know, if the new IEs still support Conditional Comments as they should be.

  2. Gavin Hamill says:

    Please don’t put the FAQ in a forum that requires registration!

    In fact, please don’t make the forum require registration to *read* 🙁

  3. mothsart says:

    I found ies4linux is an incredible idea, especially for webmasters.
    Are there any projects of creations of packages (deb, rpm …) in the Linux Distributions?
    I think that best solution is to create a python version and purpose graphical installation : qt and/or gtk, and keep shell installator.

    (excuse me for my very bad english)