Any specific ones throwing you off?ujr said:Hey that looks pretty nice
The one critique that I would have is the usage grahics. Although they may look cool and all, they are somewhat meaningless to me, with the exception of possibly bandwidth and space usage.
It's stored server side so you don't lose it. You can reset to default at the top of the screen if needed.the drag and drop, how are you going to store the state? via a cookie?
100% agreed.qwerty said:This is better than evolution but not by much ... If evolution is/was 3/10 then X3 gets 4/10.
Cpanel should stick to what they know best, develop Cpanel and fix the securities issues that plague it for example and leave the web design to the experts.
I hate to be a negative nancy but this is still a VERY poor effort. Both these skins look very amateurish, unpolished, inconsistent and so on. Sorry, but that's my opinion.
Whoever is designing these 2 skins needs to start thinking outside the box or let the pros do it.
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