Just a few examples of user friendly forums. https://www.peachparts.com/shopforum https://mbworld.org/forums https://www.benzworld.org/forums/ https://mercedesforum.com/forum/ http://www.pointedthree.com/disc/index.asp?showall=true
Unfortunately, imho, the MBCA forum and the website have been neglected afterthoughts since they were originally created. I have no idea if or when it'll ever get better. Both could be real communication assets for leadership and members but this potential continues to go unrealized.
I totally agree, I thought they had a web guy full time or on call, not sure about that now.
I write software for a living and was looking at the forum for the first time. I immediately noticed how small the scroll area was to view the posts. It's rather obvious that it's a poor user interface design. It's now 3 months after the 1st comment was made and the problem still exists.
This has been an ongoing problem for years and there doesn't look to be a solution to it any time soon unfortunately.