With lots of black, wood colouring, and olde fashioned textures, the site reminded me of the old Lord of the Rings site. The main website page had a two column layout, with Harry Potter website links on the left, the main viewing screen on the right and all the links needed for Warner Bros. website on the top and bottom. The left menu had some interesting CSS for the hover functions and also some nice looking hover down menus. Olde weathered wood textures abounded and with a default creepy image of Voldemort in all his horrible glory, the home page had an excellent appearance.
MuggleNet claims to be the world’s number one Harry Potter website. Like all the other fans of the wizarding world, folks at this site are also eagerly expecting the release of the latest installment of the movie, The Deathly Hallows and even have put a countdown clock till the curtains go up. The blog is updated very frequently with information about the movie, soundtracks, the stars, links to video interviews and the like. They have a fan of the week section where a wanna be wizard is featured along with his/her story of how he/she became a fan.