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Las Vegas Advisor and VegasRex Launch New Sites

By Chuckmonster on Sunday, 9th September 2007 2:21am
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Anthony Curtis' Las Vegas Advisor has launched a spiffy new version of their website. They've dropped the gold 1999 design in favor of a charcoal gray background (ahem) and some spiffy flash based navigation. The overall layout is much better and it looks great. Nice work LVA!

Everybody's favorite snark VegasRex - the self appointed 'King of Las Vegas' - also has launched a new version of his website. Gone is the mondo header and it seems to run a helluva lot faster than the previous version (the impetus for their upgrade). Congrats VegasRex on the upgrade!

So when is the VT redesign gonna drop? Well... soon. Since the Trippies 2007 nomination process is going on, we're tentatively shooting for somewhere between the end of the nominations and the beginning of the voting - roughly somewhere within Oct 15-30th. It's been a long time coming, good things take time. :).



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