Gippsland Portal

Gippsland Portal Feature:
Trial Of New Look For

The Gippsland Portal gets a fresh new look
The Gippsland Portal gets a fresh new look

We want your thoughts on the revised face of the Gippsland Portal

By Emma Kae - 4th December 2002 - Back to News

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Since its beginning, the Gippsland Portal has gradually evolved with the submission of continuous feedback from visitors to the website.

This week, the Gippsland Portal is experimenting with a brand new look and feel for the website. The facelift will run as a seven-day trial, with the final result dependent on the response that we receive from our visitors.  Click here to check it out.

The revised version features a simplified layout, fast loading pages, and an attractive design. The new-look website was built to be quickly downloaded in consecutive segments for visitors who may not have an efficient Internet connection.

For those visitors who prefer the navigation-bar style, with a multitude of links on the left hand side of each webpage, you will find links to the majority of your favourite sections at the top of each page. Can’t find something? Visit the More… page – it has links to just about every part of the website, with informative descriptions on each section.

At the end of the week, the Gippsland Portal will act on your advice – after all, the website was built for you. Love the new look? Counting down until the old face is restored? Let us know! Click here to voice your opinion now!


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Trial Of New Look For
New Look for Gippsland Di Summers
Portal new look Peter & Sheila Jepson
Excellent Jenny Cooke
It looks great Freda Webb

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