We'd like to hear what improvements the community would like to see at eLightbars in terms of features and resources.
That is a tall order... it's hard to please everyone's eye, but I'm open to making improvements where ever possible.New forum layout... I don't mean the looks.. i mean the way the threads are arranged. I mean.... you're borderline chinese emergency product level here with how hard it is to navigate
We do have a page with a list of the site staff; under the menu tab; members; staff membersHow about a "contact us" page with a listing of all the admins? I know in the past I have sent a PM to a few admins and never heard a peep.
One other thing, is the classifieds. Posts marked "No longer available" or "sold" should be deleted. I hate doing a search and see pages of "no longer available" or "sold" items rather then actual "for sale" items. It would just clean it up quite a bit.
Instead of deleting this valuable information, please simply archive threads when items have sold. Doing so has worked well for us in the past.
Either one of these would work fine too! I just hate doing a search and most of my results are clearly not for sale items.Maybe have a subforum (I know, I know...) where you can move sold items to? That way someone can search the for sale forum but choose not to search the sold forum?
I agree with this.... if there was a way for ELB to make an avitar for verified upfitters, and add it to thier profile, I think that would work..its always good to know who your talking to some times an cuts down on stupid questionsI was meaning actual shops, not people who work out of their garage.
New forum layout... I don't mean the looks.. i mean the way the threads are arranged. I mean.... you're borderline chinese emergency product level here with how hard it is to navigate
Why build a Boeing 747 when we had the Wright flyer? Why build a Crown Victoria when we had the Model T? It might be here but it's not always easy to find. Instead of searching for it all, would it not be easier to find it in one spot?Regarding a restoration forum, why reinvent the wheel? It's all here, you just need to know which heading to look under.