Greetings and merry Christmas from ChristianBlog.Com
We would like to wish everybody a most wonderful 2009 Christmas!
We know that there are folks from one end of the world to the other who are members here at ChristianBlog.Com and it has been an amazing year - a blessed year!
We pray that each and every one of our members will have a most wonderful holiday time with their family and that God will richly bless each and every person out there!
We have also put together a special (logged in) home page for everybody to have a day or two of checking-out! It is a design we are highly considering implamenting in early 2010. So, we very much welcome feedback from everybody. It is a pretty drastic change from how things are now, so spend some time playing around, clicking on things, experimenting and all that fun stuff. So far every single person who has seen it (a half-dozen or so) have expressed amazing feedback to us - but we would love to hear from all of our community!
Anyway, enough about "business"... it's Christmas and that means it is time for laughs, lots of food, and good-cheer!
Merry Christmas, John... thank you for all your hard work!
I like the new homepage.
I love the homepage! I absolutely love it! we can see whose online, as well as whose in the chatroom! Merry Christmas! LadyVOGUE
Merry Christmas here too. But, there is always that word, but, or if, right? I like checking out the older blogs when things get slow, and can I still see those anyway?
You work hard, and it is appreciated, I will adjust, whatever you do. Merry Christmas!!!
Now you should know by now it takes time for me to get use to changes. I will like whatever is designed and get use to it. But at this time I really don't have an opinion.
The more I navigate around this new home page the more I like it. Keep up the good work.
WOW!!!! I really like it. Some great options. Keep up the outstanding work. Have a Merry Christmas.
I hate to say this, but I had a couple inches of programming language appear near, but not at, the top of the page, and clicking feedback directed me to this column. Anyway, Merry Christmas.