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  • #16
    Voted ausvisage.com .. looks a cool board .. good luck

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    • #17
      Wow I've never noticed that - shame on the vB team eh Scott
      Dean Clatworthy - Web Developer/Designer

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      • #18
        certforums gets my vote, very professional looking and clean site.
        Aye

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        • #19
          Wow, a good start this month. Very nice boards and ausvisage.com.au is in the lead at this moment. But only a few votes away by the competition. This will be a nice race !!

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          • #20
            Great batch of sites this month! I went with Certforums.co.uk. Very nice implementation of VBAdvancedCMS, as well as a clean, sharp look to the forums themselves. Altogether a fresh take on VB3 -- elegant without being graphics-heavy, which shows creativity as well as consideration for us pathetic dial-up types. Good, useful subject matter too. Well done!
            Kira

            EpiGuide: Web Entertainment Forums - vB Board of the Month, Aug 2007
            About Schuyler Falls, an Original Drama | Falling Sky Designs

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            • #21
              They are great sites indeed, I have been browsing them almost on a daily basis now.

              http://www.full-throttle.us/forums/ looks like a great new community that has made a good start and is on its way to become a good site, I am not a fan of their design, but it is complete and getting better each time I visit.

              http://www.transversestyles.com/vB/ has a nice artistic feel to it, professional and conceptual. I like it, not that original, but the style is original enough to give the site a unique look and feel. You instantly know what to expect, and that was so!

              http://forums.ausvisage.com.au/ like mentioned earlier, I know what is going on there on the site, and off the site. Which is why I voted for them, and the design is just great.

              http://www.certforums.co.uk/forums/ has the look of a professional version 2 of vBulletin (though its version 3) and it has a great logo - loving it - and the content of the site is great to read through. Second best!

              http://www.namematters.com has a design that looks a bit old, but if you look closer you notice a almost unique tabbed system that is integrated with version 3 perfectly and the logo is stylish (which I like) but not too unique. I have seem likewise logos before. Doesn't matter though. The overal of the site is great, and so is the community.

              Great sites!

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              • #22
                I'll be honest. I voted for ausvisage.com.au because the rest just looked ugly.

                But then again, ausvisage.com.au does borrow most of its design structure from yaXay...

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                • #23
                  Ausvisage loads rather slowly for me, but the design and community beat the rest.. So I couldn't really vote for anyone else to be honest..

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by Oblivion Knight
                    Ausvisage loads rather slowly for me, but the design and community beat the rest.. So I couldn't really vote for anyone else to be honest..
                    We're hosted in Aus, and just moved server today, the old datacentre was through some extensions. All good now. Cheers for vote.
                    Australia's Design Community

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                    • #25
                      The voting has stopped to a halt, I'm on the edge of my seat here..... Thanks to all that voted so far.
                      CertForums.com Help, Advice and Resources to Pass Your Certification

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                      • #26
                        I am gonna pretty up kForums so I can have a good chance

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                        • #27
                          OMG, now that was one hell of a race. Many thanks to all that voted for us, that was a close race.

                          Thanks again. SiFor
                          CertForums.com Help, Advice and Resources to Pass Your Certification

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                          • #28
                            Congratulations CertForums !
                            Dean Clatworthy - Web Developer/Designer

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                            • #29
                              Well deserved, congratulations!

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