iAgora is the only website created specifically for and by international people. The site brings us together over the internet so that we can make each other's lives both easier and more fun. By centralizing people and information, the site provides members with an efficient and fun way to communicate, thereby helping them to avoid certain problems related to going abroad, living abroad, and returning from abroad. Whether you go abroad to study, work, or travel, the iAgora community is always there.
Imagine if you will a world without borders, a communications vehicle without language barriers, a place you will never be lost when you don't know where you are. Utopia? Maybe, but in the meantime iAgora comes close.
iAgora is produced by a group of multi-cultural, globe trotting twenty-somethings from their offices in New York, Barcelona, and Melbourne; but that's the only thing fixed about it. With a global reach, including hundreds of volunteers, this online international community achieves what many of the most ambitious have only dreamed.
Forget the splendid design, or the exceptional programming for a moment. This site's true leverage is its content. From the fun and informative in-house articles about everything from sports or food, travel or local customs, to the highly interactive forums and chats where the meat and potatoes of iAgora have no limits; this mecca for society will one day rest among the giants of Internet presence. Don't leave home without setting your browser start page to http://iagora.com.
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Older Browsers Click Above
The Internet Brothers have implemented hierarchical menus for navigation. Easier done than said. In our effort to be friendly to all browsers, the menu tree is functional with version 4 or greater of both the Netscape and Internet Explorer products.
As stated above, hovering over the button will open the menu for these browsers. But if you have an older product, don't fret, we'll send you to the sitemap page. Just click the button.
The hierarchical menus were created using Peter Belesis' © Dynomat DHTML scripting tool from Webreference. Give them a visit, you'll like what you learn.
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