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I'm looking to rebrand my real estate web site and hoped the community members might have some suggestions for a colour palette to use (site very boring right now). Personally I like the softer greys, whites, etc with a splash of colour but open to suggestions.




Hi Jeff,

I am a web designer, and would like to contact you about your site branding. Would you like to speak here or via private e-mail? I think I could at least provide you with some tips if nothing else.




Intention is to sell and buy item. at once can't see any item on the site

i think 1st page you need to display some item that you planing to sell

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Blue Horizon
Blue Horizon
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For me, the first and biggest change occurred in early 2010, when Seamless Lite and some other site alterations were introduced. Prior to that, the community of active users was small and close-knit...and very fun-loving. Lots of jokes, lots of games, lots of love. We were, as they say, a bit wild and crazy.

I hated seeing all that disappear. But then a new world of fun quickly emerged around the dynamic energy of Anna (ycc2106). She truly made this place what it is today and enriched all our lives. We were rocked when she faded from view, quickly and without explanation. We still owe so much of the fun we have here today to her.

Meanwhile, people started getting more masterful with Seamless and the newly released Studio version. One such person was sunmeadow. We were all in awe of her creations, we all loved her dearly, and we were all shocked and distraught when she died suddenly. We grieved a long time, we grieved together, and eventually, we healed and moved on.

Psychologically speaking, a big change occurred when we went through our "Contest Era." Though the competitions were fun, they made CL—well, competitive. And that brought out some of the worst in a few Lovers. Enough so, I guess, that we don't have contests anymore. But from that point on, a small number of people became comfortable with revealing their catty sides. Usually in private love notes, but also sometimes on the forums.

That slight shift toward negativity saddened me the most. It also drove some people away. And then came the Hanna incident. I had never been drawn to Hanna. She always felt forced and phony to me. But many, many people blossomed under her rather excessive loving. And so they were crushed when they learned she, too, had died. And then, they were crushed by the betrayal when they learned she was, in fact, alive.

Between the cattiness of the competitions and the bitterness over Hanna, CL stopped being a fairy land of unconditional love. Reality crept in, and our flawed personalities crept out. Sometimes quite cruelly. Sometimes causing enough hurt or anger to drive people away with the intent of never looking back. Hence, the deletions of their accounts.

But the stalwart lovers and believers remain. Because we know there's something special about this microcosm of the world. It is a rare place of love and acceptance, support and encouragement—even enduring friendships. And, as with all microcosms, it must be handled with care, conscientiousness, and respect.

ColourLover people come and go in waves. Our population shifts the way seasons change. It just happens. We go through spells where the "talent" seems to ebb and the love seems to wane. But then, we shine again. With each new influx of people comes a few standouts—the very talented, the very supportive, the very funny, and so on. Those are the people we must pull especially close. As much for our own sakes as theirs.

My thanks to all of you who have blessed my life. I fade away a bit from time to time, but I always return. You are, as the song goes, the wind beneath my wings. I grow with and because of you. I hope I've somehow blessed your lives with moments of joy. And I pray that loves like ours rule the world some day. xoxo
Blue Horizon
Blue Horizon
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Those of you who have been here longer than I have (I don't think I ever got to 'meet' Anna, for example), what do you think was behind the popularity of CL back then? Could we recreate some of it now? Were there more challenges that got people excited, for example? Were the people behind CL more active back then (it seems they're somewhat inactive now since there's quite a bit of spam going around)?

I loved CL in 2013 and I still love it now two years later, but if there was a way to bring more joy back to CL & have more people share their creativity again, I'd love to try it out ☺ It's the people who make CL so enjoyable after all, for me, at least.
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I think everything changed when Anna left. It still affects me every time I'm here. "Hanna" not so much anymore.

I am glad you spoke your mind prax! I can appreciate that.

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