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Don't get me wrong i think this is an amazing site. And am sure it will get better with time. Heck, i would luv to build a site for the town i live in. I just don't have the money to take classes...and people say you can learn on your own...but i need some direction to get going. Sigh.
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actually Brooklynian started out just being about Prospect Heights, not unlike this being a lot about Downtown. I just found it easier to read whole threads, find threads. It took me ten minutes to figure out why the main page doesn't have next button - but I get now that its all been sorted into the different forums. So yes now it's getting a little easier. There's just a lot of stuff coming at you visually too that I have to filter out to get to where I want to go. But, yeah it is getting easier - thanks for your help.

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So right Br6! And watch how some comments just disappear. Just don't complain about it or you might disappear. Just trust us on that one.

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There's really not much to navigate. Just jump in and start complaining about anything and everything.

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I definitely have my criticisms of the site, but what exactly is difficult to navigate? I don't agree with the "policing" of the site all the time, but I think the way it's broken up and the navigation is pretty good. There aren't a lot of forums and I will say that the webmaster does a decent job of merging similar topics. If only people would use the search function...


ITA. I never found this site to be hard to navigate. I don't think there's enough things going on in each neighborhood for a need to have JCList separated that way.

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Hi - I'm new to Jersey City and although I am grateful for this forum of communication, I'm finding it a little challenging to navigate. I'm moving here from Brooklyn, where we had Broolyinian.com and it was so easy to use. Everything was very clear and it was seperated by neighborhoods. I don't know if that would work here, but I have to say I do miss it.


97% of what happens on JClist involves the downtown. The half dozen "neighborhoods" of downtown Jersey City are about the same size as half of Park slope or Williamsburg. You'll figure it out just everybody else posting on this forum.

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I definitely have my criticisms of the site, but what exactly is difficult to navigate? I don't agree with the "policing" of the site all the time, but I think the way it's broken up and the navigation is pretty good. There aren't a lot of forums and I will say that the webmaster does a decent job of merging similar topics. If only people would use the search function...

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thanks...I kinda hope he is, because I think it could be way more user-friendly. Of course would I be willing to take on the task myself, um no:)

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I am not a fan of the layout but once you give it some time...you will get the hang of using the site. Maybe you can talk to the Webmaster....for all we know he is working on updating the site.

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Hi - I'm new to Jersey City and although I am grateful for this forum of communication, I'm finding it a little challenging to navigate. I'm moving here from Brooklyn, where we had Broolyinian.com and it was so easy to use. Everything was very clear and it was seperated by neighborhoods. I don't know if that would work here, but I have to say I do miss it.

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