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Whilst you cannot edit the front page itself, it actually includes sub pages which you should be able to edit.
 
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If someone wanted to take charge of the front page and have a more sensible/fancy layout, I'd be all for that.  I've not used the image upload mechanism myself, but you should be able to use it.  If you can't, then I'll see what I can do.
 
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== Editing the front page ==
 
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As Peter said, sections of the front page are editable. For those who are lost and confused, you need to go to [[RISC OS/News]], [[RISC OS/Projects]] and [[RISC OS/Articles]] to edit the three sections. I've added the sections mentioned above.
 
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As regards adding images, they would need to be uploaded, which is currently disabled. Could uploading of eg: jpegs and pngs be allowed?
 
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== Front page management ==
 
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It would help if we knew precisely what kind of information would be expected on a front page. Currently, there's:
 
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# Site info
 
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# News
 
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# Projects
 
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# Articles
 
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I'd suggest splitting Projects and Articles into more subsections, as Projects specifically is huge, and will only increase.
 
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What is the opinion regarding several possible layouts using CSS?
 
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== Front page ==
 
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Use your imagination.  As long as it's stylish, easily maintainable and presents all the relevant information, I'll consider anything.
 
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== Front Page Sub-Page Names==
 
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Is it possible to change the sub-page titles? I've suggested (on the articles sub-page) that the "RISC OS C Programming" page be renamed to just "RISC OS Programming".
 
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[[User:Adamr|Adamr]] 13:01, 8 Jan 2007 (GMT)
 
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Seconded. I would like a page on the use of scripting languages in RISC OS; what is available for which platforms, and how they can be used. This should be a subsection of a more general section on programming. C and Basic are obviously of fundamental importance to RISC OS, but there are many more specialized languages available for more specialized tasks. I think it is worth letting the public know what is available and what are the merits and demerits of each.
 
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[[User:GavinW|Gavin Wraith]] 14:15, 28/03/2007
 

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