To help you and everyone else here, there is a new article on WordPress Site Reviews on the WordPress Codex, documentation site. This gives a good outline of what to expect from a review of your site here, and how to prepare to have your site reviewed.
Basically, any website powered by WordPress is eligible to be reviewed. While the reviewers may make some oooooing and aaaaahhhhhing noises over your site, the reviews are expected to be fair and impartial to content, focusing on the layout, design elements, problems with codes, uses of Plugins and template tags, templates, and overall usage of WordPress. Reviewers will check the front page, single post view, categories, and archives, unless specifically requested otherwise, to check that the “look” of the site is consistent throughout, checking for inconsistencies and trouble spots.
To help reviewers concentrate on your site’s presentation and use of WordPress features, please make sure you have fully checked your site for errors and have at least three posts on your site to help them inspect the non-single post views like the front page, categories and archives.
When you post your site review request, please say a little bit about your site, what you expect from the reviewer (gentle or tough critique), and your level of expertise to “fix” any problems they find so they will know how to give you the information you need to improve your site.
Provide a full link to your site on it’s own line starting with the
This will help reviewers get to your site faster.
Reviewers are volunteers and they enjoy doing this, so the more you can help them, the faster your site will be reviewed and their easier their task will be. Remember, this is a learning experience for everyone.
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