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17 April 2007 IMPORTANT UPDATE: This post is now out of date. This is the thread discussing the old new site - which I have decided not to go with. If you want to see and discuss the new version then read the blog

And use the 'discuss this blog' link there to feed through your comments.


In the next couple of weeks the new site look will be online.


After four years, it needs a spruce up, the aim is to make it easier for you to find things, though don't worry, none of the content changes.

A few notes before you view it
  • There are a few more tweaks to be made. Some minor cosmetic changes, tweaks and articles titles, some of the text (and its not been proof read yet) still need a bit of work.
  • Some links will bring you back here. Don't worry, thats just part of how the test site works, it'll be fine on launch.
  • You can't see the forum. As the forums so large it can't be ported over. Yet it will look just as it does now, except within the new framework. Also while the main site is fixed width, the forum will stretch to fill the screen.
  • The Front page stats aren't live yet.
My hope is the new site is easier to use, without losing the community feel. The techie and designers have put in a huge amount of work, hampered by my insistence 'it doesn't look corporate' and my love of 'garish colours'. Please do let us know what you think.

Can changes be made?

This is the almost final version, I've decided that ocne I think it works and looks better than the current site it will go live.

At MSE Towers we call this 2.0, but there's already lots on the list for 2.1 (including improving the search, adding a video, one new category (which I'm keeping secret) and much more. So your suggestions are welcome, but we're only making minor tweaks to this one, but good suggestions will be adopted for 2.1

WARNING. It's on a test server so is likely to be very slow.
WARNING. The articles have not been updated in a few weeks, so don't use it for 'MoneySaving', just for looking at.
I hope you like it, a lot of work and thought has gone in, and while i know change sometimes isn't nice, I think it's a real improvement.

Martin Lewis, Money Saving Expert.
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