I'm not in denial. The new website is far better. It is far more flexible, is setup to display well on mobile phones, and allows for easier modifications. It also doesn't run on a 1995 code base that's no longer updated for security or speed.tspwizard1 wrote: ↑Tue May 25, 2021 2:04 pm I respectfully think you guys are in straight up denial about the new website. The old website was just simply better. It was visually more appealing and more useful as an investing tool by letting people highlight date ranges with the historical performance of all the different funds. If you swim against the current long enough eventually you will drown. Listen to what the user data is telling you is my advice.
There are probably key components of the old site which should be incorporated here. I've been doing that. I have been updating the new website with specific things that people request. I even put up a copy of the old website so we could reference it and people could say "I really liked X from this page here". And maybe my color scheme still needs an overhaul.
People who have asked for specific things have gotten them, for the most part. I have made a lot of changes and I still have a long list of changes to be made. People who have asked "Just change it back to the old website" have been ignored, and for good reason. When you run a business and your business environment is rapidly changing, you don't do it the way it was done 30 years ago.