Change is not changable. There is change made in hubpages frontpage. Any comments?
I didn't particularly like the new green buttons. That's not HubPages green.
I like them because it reminds of the color of money but it is only my thought.
I think changes in increments is great. Best to *ease* changes onto a person rather than one big smack lol
The change was done to highlight the "create a new Hub" button, since it appeared to me that all the greys were blending in. If a lot of people have a big problem with anything on site, we'll definitely take a look at making some changes, but if it's just a personal matter of preference, you can change it on your own. Here is an article explaining how. http://www.sitepoint.com/blogs/2007/05/ … me-of-age/
It's kind of complex, but doable.
Cool. Thanx. I am fine with the change, I really thought it had been that way all along, and I hadn't noticed. I feel kinda awesome that I noticed something.
Good idea. I'm amazed at the number of newbies who join, then can't work out how to write their first article. Maybe this will help.
Change is for the better! I like the new front page-It's easier on the eye:)
Yes, noticed the subtle change, too. Am undecided which one I like better
I noticed, and I like it. I think it will encourage visitors to sign up.
The sign in page is new as well. You guys are probably regulars who blow past it, but it should now be more friendly to people who get there by mistake.
The same green is there as well.
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