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1-09-2009 @ 3:45PM
This isn't related to the subject matter, but more to the format of this article:Do you think WI could make a move to have less articles that have the "Read more →" links? With all the elements of this page that need to load and with the outdated browser that I have to use at work, it's pretty annoying to click the link to take me to the rest of the article only to find hardly anything remaining.Sure, if there's still over half the article remaining, I can see how you wouldn't want all of that on the front page. But in the case of this article, there are only four sentences behind the link. Hardly enough content to make it worth slowing down my browsing by having to open a new page (in my opinion), and it doesn't encourage me to read the article's comments, either. I read them based on the subject matter of the article, whether it's all on the front page or not.Thanks for listening!
1-09-2009 @ 3:52PM
I understand why you are complaining, but WI won't know if their article is being read or "of interest" if they don't have you click a button to see more.I hope that this information is used or will be used to mold WI to what readers want.
1-09-2009 @ 3:53PM
I'm going to agree here. An effort should be made by the staff at WI to do this. If it turns out to be a limitation of the website design it should be changed at that end.
1-09-2009 @ 5:09PM
Try using http://i.wowinsider.comIt's not as fancy, but it has far less crap on it to load. (It's for the iPhone, btw)
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