doliver66
Jan 15, 2017

What’s the Wix Forum?

2 comments

Wix Forum is the perfect tool to connect with your site visitors, build a community & drive more traffic to your site! Have something to say? Click Create New Post to start your own discussion.

What else can you do with your forum? Give it a catchy name, create unlimited categories and choose from beautiful layouts like Card or Classic.

If your forum has lots of images, then a Card layout is the one for you! A Classic layout is perfect for long text discussions.

Plus, both layouts look great on desktop and mobile. After you’ve picked your layout, customize it with stunning design features to make your forum look just right.

bill.gorin
Jan 18, 2017

You just have to be careful about what you post on there. I did a long thread during the return to flight of the B-17 "Chuckie" and while it was fun, you never know who's looking at what you're posting. Don't air your dirty laundry. That being said, if you keep it informative, professional and ignore the trolls, you can meet some great people and learn a lot too. We actually got a couple of good volunteers because of our thread.

doliver66
Jan 19, 2017

Yep...Your absolutely right Bill. Don't put anything in the Forum that you don't want to be seen publicly. This forum isn't likely to get alot of traffic other than hardcore CAF folks but its still public domain.

New Posts
  • jerrykimson
    Jul 3, 2018

    Golf shoes may cost a lot, which is why it is very important to take care of your shoes. Aside from keeping a good investment for a long time, you also get to enjoy and use your shoes for a good while. This pair helps a great deal in maintaining a good balance and stability in one’s swing, which is one of the reasons why professional golf players opt to buy specialized shoes, instead of sneakers with good traction.
  • gerald.david.oliver
    Jan 23, 2017

    The CAF Operations & Maintenance Survey is showing 100% that we need more maintainers in the CAF. Units are having a hard time recruiting new members for this position. What can we do in the CAF to help this?