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Hi Marc, all!

I thought a little bit about this issue ...

Am Samstag, den 19.02.2011, 05:57 -0500 schrieb Marc Paré:
Le 2011-02-19 04:33, klaus-jürgen weghorn ol a écrit :
Hi all,
Am 18.02.2011 23:32, schrieb Christoph Noack:
Hi website team,

I just noticed something. Let's assume that somebody sees the web
banners (that might get used by the community) and does not even know
what LibreOffice is about. If he clicks on the banner, then he is guided
towards the challenge website ... that's good.

But, I think it would be helpful to add a link to the main website
(probably in the text, to avoid people getting lost due to weird menu
If people download the software, they might consider to
donate ... and even if not, LibreOffice gets spread.

What do you think?

The first time I visited the challenge site I push the Logo of
LibreOffice in the header in order to get the LibreOffice website. But I
got the challenge site again.
I think we should change the link behind the LibreOffice-Logo to get
what Christoph says.

I agree with this. Maybe have the left part of the banner, the 
LibreOffice logo, take you to the official LibreOffice website; and the 
right hand, the Funding Banner returns you to the challenge site?

If possible, that would be okay and maybe a "quick fix".

We should maybe also have a link on the main links line pointing to the 
main LibreOffice site.

Do you refer to the upper navigation? I think we should avoid to
directly refer to the LibreOffice main site. If the user clicks on it,
there is a "cross site change" that does not relate to the menu items
(because all will change at once, no simple way to go back by using the
menu again).

A good solution would be to have an own menu item "LibreOffice" that has
its dedicated (small) page on the challenge website. Just a few
sentences outlining LibreOffice and providing a link in the text to
switch to the main website. This would make things pretty clear.


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