Here is another suggestion: you can provide options to customize the "My Page" page. Now-a-days social networking sites provide so. The idea is premium users will see options to edit their CSS or choose a theme (from few predefined) that will eventually affect their "My PHP Classes Homepage" or some other pages (pages where possible). I am not sure if you like this idea but I thought I'd ask this.
Manuel Lemos - 2007-07-05 20:20:23 - In reply to message 1 from Rupom Razzaque
Right, I intend to provide a drag and drop based editor to let premium subscribers customize their PHP Classes home page. It will just take me some time to research, but that has been on my mind for more than a year.
The idea of the customizable presentation themes is also on my mind since when I started thinking about the premium services in 2001. It will also take me some time.
Josť Filipe Lopes Santos - 2008-04-15 15:35:49 - In reply to message 2 from Manuel Lemos
Remember me ??
I've studing with you in
Faculty of sciences of the University of the Porto,
in the Computer Sciente course (1995) !! looool
I'm mew in phpclasses, a friend has recomended it !!
I Know other sites with php examples, like weberdev ... !! lool
Phpclasses is simple, intituive and good ... !! lol
But i think there are somme choses they dont take ... !!
Like customize My page (select theme, colors, ...) !!
And i think if it are possible, is very more atractive ... !!
Another chose is the rating ... !! lol
There are so mutch questions / fields to choose and submit ... !!
And i think if is like a stars, when i select how mutch stars, is very most simple ... !!
In all cases, this site is good, but these optimizations are so good, and maybe attract more people ... !! lool
Manuel Lemos - 2008-04-17 18:41:11 - In reply to message 3 from Josť Filipe Lopes Santos
There must be some confusion. I studied in Universidade de Aveiro, not in Porto.
Anyway, as I mentioned, personalized the home page will be possible in the future.
As for package ratings, simple star ratings are not very useful because they do not express how users evaluate packages in different aspects that are relevant. Also stars do not reflect whether the package is good, bad or the user is not sure.