I like it. Looks cool enough, makes everything easier to get to...no complaints here.
"Every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket fired, signifies in the final sense a theft from those who hunger and are not fed, those who are cold and are not clothed." -Dwight D. Eisenhower
Initially I like the design... it's a lot easier on the eyes, and the menu on the left is a lot more convenient than the dropdown bars that they had before. The media on the front page is a pretty neat feature as well. There are some flaws (I can't access WWEShop, but maybe that's just because they're reworking that right now), but overall I'd say it's an improvement over the previous design.
Originally posted by y4j1981Although I don't like it, it is 10 times better than the National Wrestling Alliances' webpage. NWA's just looks to much like a 3rd rate newsboard site, I liked its old look.
(edited by y4j1981 on 9.11.04 0815)
the new WWE site reminds me of an indy fed site, too.
One thing, though: they cleaned up their files and whatnot; for the longest time, one could still view pages dedicated to Shotgun Saturday Night, and the profiles of Hogan, Kevin Nash, and others, if they knew how to type the names into their browser.
There are two things I dislike online, and flash is one of them.
No, I'm not trying to predict the next challenger for our NEW WWE Heavyweight Champion, I'm thinking back, to when Rene Dupree, RVD and Booker T arrived on Smackdown, the same day as the first appearance of John Bradshaw Layfield.