Looks much improved over the old site.
I have noticed a few minor grammar/design/links issues:
1. Many pages have no spaces between some sentences eg http://www.bushwalkingnsw.org.au/navigation/
- "navigational skills.A car GPS unit". There seem to be quite a few pages with this issue - might be easier to run a database query to pick them up.
- the slideshow image shows "Why to
bushwalk?" (my emphasis), but the box below shows "Why bushwalk?" which looks to be correct
- there is a box for "Other activities", but the text in the box is "Find a bushwalking club close to you, so you can start enjoying the great outdoors". Seems like one or the other is incorrect (should be "Find a club"?)
4. Same page as 3, same issue with "Clubs" - text is "Subscribe to our Newsletter to stay up to date with what is happening"
5. Same page as 3, same issue with "Feature walks" - text is "Find a bushwalking club close to you, so you can start enjoying the great outdoors"
- clicking the "Spring Walks" box doesn't do anything
- the "Gear to be safe" image is a group of canyoners - while canyoning is obviously a gear-focused activity, I think that's probably confusing to people starting out in bushwalking. Better to use a bushwalking image.
8. http://www.bushwalkingnsw.org.au/gettin ... irst-walk/
- "Bushwalking NSW recommends bush walking
with a minimum of three people" - should be bushwalking
- no content? (other pages seem to link to http://www.bushwalkingnsw.org.au/nsw-walks-3/
, so perhaps that's the problem)
- the "Health" link goes to the "Getting Started" page
- the "Navigation" box on this page has the following text - "A bushwalking gear shop can advise you on the features of GPS useful for bushwalkers", which seems out of step with the text for the "Navigation" box on other pages eg http://www.bushwalkingnsw.org.au/gear/
- text is "You should always carry a map and compass and know how to use them"
12. Would be useful if the dropdown menus changed colour as you hover over each item - see http://ufnsw.com.au/
Nothing major, but some of them are bugs and should get fixed up.
I'll have a look at some other pages a bit later.
- opinion only, but I think there's an overemphasis on boots at the expense of other forms of footwear. I've never worn a pair of boots and I suspect there are plenty of very experienced bushwalkers in the same category. Certainly to start with, a pair of old joggers is fine.