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We need some all natural wiki page


#1

This is an idea to help new people who come to this forum. Many times there are threads about an herb, oil, vitamin, home made topical, etc that will help hair loss naturally, but the threads later fall to the bottom. Sometimes the thread will come up again. I think we should have some wiki page showing all the different natural things people use. Of course not everyone will agree on what is effective but if people are using it I think it could be added. I looked in wikipedia but I didn’t find any page for all natural treatments.

Either a wiki or update the all natural page on hairsite.com. It only lists about five things that are all natural.

Just an idea.


#2

» This is an idea to help new people who come to this forum. Many times there
» are threads about an herb, oil, vitamin, home made topical, etc that will
» help hair loss naturally, but the threads later fall to the bottom.
» Sometimes the thread will come up again. I think we should have some wiki
» page showing all the different natural things people use. Of course not
» everyone will agree on what is effective but if people are using it I think
» it could be added. I looked in wikipedia but I didn’t find any page for all
» natural treatments.
»
» Either a wiki or update the all natural page on hairsite.com. It only
» lists about five things that are all natural.
»
» Just an idea.

Good idea. Will work on it, as soon as I have fixed the timer script for Bryan.


#3

» Good idea. Will work on it, as soon as I have fixed the timer script for
» Bryan.

Suggestion: why don’t you switch to Asp.NET, it’s much more powerful and you can add lots of new features very easily/quickly!


#4

» » Good idea. Will work on it, as soon as I have fixed the timer script for
» » Bryan.
»
» Suggestion: why don’t you switch to Asp.NET, it’s much more powerful and
» you can add lots of new features very easily/quickly!

I don’t know much about ASP, have always been using Linux, am nervous about making a switch. Anything in particular that can be done on ASP and not LINUX?


#5

» I don’t know much about ASP, have always been using Linux, am nervous
» about making a switch. Anything in particular that can be done on ASP and
» not LINUX?

It’s very very easy to learn (C#) and makes website creation and maintenance a whole lot easier. Adding cool features(Web 2.0, RSS feeds etc) to webpages is a breeze with it as well. There are a few video tutorials on www.asp.net, you should definitely check those out. I would strongly recommend asp.net as current webstie is quite ancient. :smiley:


#6

You aint seen nothing yet, for a good laugh check out the good old days of hairsite

http://web.archive.org/web/19990225143639/www.hairsite.com/hr-alpha.htm

reminds me of my old company i owned in that time frame online, especially the cool separator lines


#7

» You aint seen nothing yet, for a good laugh check out the good old days of
» hairsite
»
» http://web.archive.org/web/19990225143639/www.hairsite.com/hr-alpha.htm
»
» reminds me of my old company i owned in that time frame online, especially
» the cool separator lines

lol…good old 90s


#8

» » I don’t know much about ASP, have always been using Linux, am nervous
» » about making a switch. Anything in particular that can be done on ASP
» and
» » not LINUX?
»
» It’s very very easy to learn (C#) and makes website creation and
» maintenance a whole lot easier. Adding cool features(Web 2.0, RSS feeds
» etc) to webpages is a breeze with it as well. There are a few video
» tutorials on www.asp.net, you should definitely check those out. I would
» strongly recommend asp.net as current webstie is quite ancient. :smiley:

Thanks, will look into it. Ancient in what ways? Can you elaborate?


#9

» Thanks, will look into it. Ancient in what ways? Can you elaborate?

In terms of site design (looks quite old) and technology being used. Designs are quite cheap too now, for around $1500 you can get a professionally designed site.


#10

» » Thanks, will look into it. Ancient in what ways? Can you elaborate?
»
» In terms of site design (looks quite old) and technology being used.
» Designs are quite cheap too now, for around $1500 you can get a
» professionally designed site.

that would be like changing the formula to coke…a big flop

if it aint broke dont fix it


#11

» » Thanks, will look into it. Ancient in what ways? Can you elaborate?
»
» In terms of site design (looks quite old) and technology being used.
» Designs are quite cheap too now, for around $1500 you can get a
» professionally designed site.

i kind of like the design of this site, it’s very clean and more user friendly than other hair loss sites. The only thing I want is more features for the forum. I agree with Hanging, if it aint broke, dont fix it. Just add more bells and whistles for the forum. I like the clean look.