Thoughts on a web design "one answer question thread"?

Discussion in 'Help, support & suggestions' started by Carson, Feb 17, 2012.

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  1. Carson

    Carson Premium Member

    The members of this site seem to be a great resource of information regarding web design, scripting, etc. The number of posts/threads about scripting, web design, etc has grown a lot recently. I have been think for awhile now that a "one answer question" thread may be a nice way to consolidate all of this information. I'm not sure if this would be more appropriate in the off topic forum or under software, as it would be nice if this could be used for general design instead of just cubing related.

    Any thoughts?
     
  2. theZcuber

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    Weird, I thought of it right after I posted my recent coding problem. I was thinking about making one, but I wasn't sure so I didn't :p

    I think it's a great idea. Not only could members easily ask questions about cubes in the normal thread, they could also ask questions about anything else that is appropriate (remember: there's kids on these forums!). I'm sure many others would agree that this is an excellent idea, and should definitely be put into effect.
     
  3. Jaycee

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    Why limit the thread to just one-answer questions? IMO it'd be better to just make a thread titled "Web Design" or whatever you want so anything regarding web design can be discussed there.
     
  4. theZcuber

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    Look at the one answer question thread. Does every question only receive one answer? No? That's because some require more than one answer, which is to be expected. It's just kind of a name to stick to.

    However, I do not believe there should be a separate thread for every kind of thing, such as Web Design. This would cause spam, and people not knowing where it should go. I believe that there should just be one thread for all such subjects.
     
  5. Carson

    Carson Premium Member

    So something like a Coding/Scripting/Web Design Help thread?
     
  6. ThomasJE

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    It could be a sub-forum in the Software Area. Why don't you make this thread in the Software Area and see how it goes?
     
  7. Carson

    Carson Premium Member

    I hesitate to put the thread there, as that is listed under the "General Cubing" forum. I suppose it could always be moved later though...
     
  8. Cheese11

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    I would make some sort of Computer Science/Languages help thread.
     
  9. pjk

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    I think a post like this would be in the off-topic. Feel free to go for it. We can always delete it if it doesn't work out.
     
  10. Cheese11

    Cheese11 Member

    I think I might make it.
     

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