It's about time. The old site was terrible, and has been for years. I'm also impressed with the turn around time from that shop, doing it all in less than two months since they announced they got the contract.
------------- Jeff Webmaster/Admin - CoasterBuzz.com
While I applaud them that the site is FINALLY redone, I was a bit surprised when I downloaded a PDF map of a park and it was 14.3 meg! Not too quick either. I'm only pulling 4.8kb a sec on a t1. (this would be horrible over modem) I wanted to e-mail them to let them know but there is no way to contact them without calling one of the parks. Anybody know how to contact the webmaster? Other than that, one heck of a job. I'm sure there will be some bugs being that they put it up so fast. Still wish there were some more picks of the rides. In fact, I don't even think it is Nitro in the Gadv. page because the color is wrong. Still an amazing improvement.
Did anyone notice under SFGAM they say that Batman was introduced in the spring of 1999. Thats a pretty big mistake dont you think. Well I'm sure there will be more bugs but we got to cut them a little slack. I must say its a great improvement over the old site.
The link for X and X flight both go to X guess they have not checked there work in order to get it up in a hurry to spare us all seeing and heard the annoying sounds of the old sight Gone with the old in with the new Site looks good
Yeah, it does look good. I just e-mailed KPE, hopefully they'll fix the bugs and suggest that Six Flags put an e-mail for general contact. I can't believe Six Flags doesn't have an e-mail address. You'd think they would want us to send feedback, whether it's good or bad. They think we're all gonna sit down and write a real letter and snail mail it to them. I did this after my trip to SFMW, and the manager wrote back, but it's a pain in the butt. I want the e-mail address of the person who is making the decision on what ride is next.
------------- Robin Fox - "I see Stars, Can You See Them Too?"
You'd think somebody in the entire company has a digital camera that can take a real photo of these rides instead of manipulations. Same goes for the videos used in commercials. I know the general public doesn't know the difference, but it's really unprofessional.
------------- Six Flags America? No, no! My name means "Sarcasm-For-All"
I thought I went to the wrong website first, well, accually I did. I wanted to see SFWoA's website, so I put in www.sixflags.com/ohio, and it gave me a 401 error or whatever it gives you when the site doesn't exist. I thought it was always like that, but then I got to the right site, and I was really surprised to see that it was a new design!
And people, give them slack. It's brand new. I want to see you write a program or webpage and have no bugs in the first release.