The site is part of a contract with FL Interactive, the interactive media wing of the Football League. There's literally no point moaning at WWFC about the site. Wycombe have picked what seems to be the best of a really really bad bunch of template options available to them.
Positives: The site no longer redirects you to the mobile homepage when you view on your phone. So you can now actually click a link to a news article, and then read that news article.
Negatives: The template makes absolutely no concessions to mobile usage, from optimised layouts through to responsive design. Mobile browsing accounts for around 12 - 15% of visitors, and is predicted to overtake desktop browsing around 2014. Responsive design techniques have been around for a couple of years, the fact that an organisation the size of the Football League can screw this up so badly boggles my mind.
If you have complaints about the level of service FL Interactive is providing (as I do), then contact FL Interactive. Personally I think they're a disgrace and have basically scammed almost every club in the league.
I quite like the layout of the new Official club webpage apart from a couple of little things which cause annoyance. I'm yet to look at it on a computer so it's on a phone at least that the sideshow... more
Some important stuff to note. Dr Congo,Mon Jul 23 11:02
I can't get past the welcome page. When I click to enter the site, the section headings falsh up briefly before disappearing, after which the welcome page eventually reappears. Not helpful when... more
... but not using Internet Explorer 8. It does works if I use Safari or Google Chrome as my browser, but IE8 just keeps bouncing me back to the page encouraging me to buy membership for the coming... more
It's all but unusable on my Android. The mobile version of the site doesn't actually seem to render for, er, mobile. It seems that little or no cross-browser testing has been carried out. It's really ... more