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Your Feedback wanted!

« posted: 4 years ago »
What would you like to see on this site? Both the forums and the broader website as a whole. Are there topics not covered, features you've seen on other sites you'd like to see here, or any other ideas that you think would be useful?

Anything you don't like? :o

I'm going to be trying to make some changes over the next few months, we'll see how it goes (those of you that know me know how easily I fall behind). But any feedback and ideas will definitely be incorporated into those changes. So please, share your thoughts!
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« Reply #1 posted: 3 years ago »
 Tami,

  I read that you are going to make some changes,but i am still finding new informmation on the very first page,thats even before you get on to the forum site.

 All i can say that this site gives more information then a lot of other,you have worked very hard and given up a lot of time,i would just like to say a big thank you and i'm sure the others think the same.
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« Reply #2 posted: 3 years ago »
Awe, thanks Sue! That's very kind of you. I still feel like there is so much to be done. So it's nice to hear that you like it as is. But seriously, if there is anything that you'd like to see change now or in the future, it's no burden to hear. It might even be something I plan on working on, but haven't yet, and maybe what you or anyone else is thinking would be better than what I wanted to do. I'm hoping to kick it up a notch for 2014.
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« Reply #3 posted: 3 years ago »
A really cool feature if you could pull it off would be a live chat room.  It was really popular with some of the seahorse crowd back when both Org's were using it.  Helps make a tighter knit group and attracts more folks.

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« Reply #4 posted: 3 years ago »
Hi Laurasea,

I got a book on seahorses,its called An identification guide to the world's species and their conservation,it's by Sara A Lourie,Amanda C J Vincent and Heather J Hall.

It's a very interesting book as it covers all the breeds of the seahorses.
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« Reply #5 posted: 3 years ago »
Thank You Suew,
i looked on amazon and to expensive but I did see that I can have my library get it from another branch.  Can't wait to read it. Wish some of you very experienced seahorse keepers would write updated in-depth aquarium care guide to seahorse keeping, breeding, nutrition, health, ect book.  Until then I will keep reading the forum, lot of good stuff here.
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« Reply #6 posted: 3 years ago »
Hi Laurasea,

    I don't think that would help you very much as i think we all keep our seahorse tanks a different way but they all turn out ok for our sh.

    Some may do water changes more offten then me or it could be the other way round,what i am trying to say is we all keep our tanks,our own way,but in the endthe sh have a safe ans happy life (I hope).

     Sorry if i keep repeating myself.
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