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Re: [libreoffice-website] Ask LibO


Hi Klaus-Jürgen, *,


Am 18.02.2012 um 12:41 schrieb klaus-jürgen weghorn ol:
> 1. A short description on the main page for what this website is. The "About" [2] is only in the footer and no one will see this and your comment [3] isn't really on a eye catcher place but on the bottom of the list. Is it possible to get this always on the top?

It is possible to add custom html in the sidebar, above "Contributors". There can be a short explanation including a link to a more detailed one.
Sticky the welcome-to-asklibo is not possible.

> 2. On top a sentence appear: "First time here? Check out the FAQ!". I miss a link to the FAQs [4].

Indeed, the FAQ is only reachable through a tiny link at the bottom.

> 3. I miss a link to our main page [5].

As suggested, will change home button -> ask home, logo -> libo home

Cu,
Alex

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