Thanks for doing this, the links are definitely a lot more functional! I
The biggest problem that I can see from the layout it that of usability;
IMO it would be better to offer the choice of changes below the download
buttons. Here is a mockup I worked out. Sorry it is not all that
accurate with the spacing, but I think it will illustrate what I mean.
In my mockup, the user is
* presented by the default download determined by her/his browser,
* then, below there are the various options for changes. It would be
nice if the "Languages" choice was done in a "roll-down" menu rather
than taking the user to another page.
* finally the choice to download the cd's or code (I would remove this
line if the "Packages" section at the bottom of the page lists these.
There is no need to mention it twice on the same page.)
IMO, this layout follows what a user would expect as the logical steps
to downloading when she/he lands on that page.
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