I first want to say that you have a great site. I, for one, was extremely happy with the upgrade of visual content. I'm not sure of your motives, or of any time constraints you are working under, but I have some questions about your site. You can ignore them if you want; they are merely for suggestion. I haven't provided any answers to my questions, because I haven't noticed any about or mission statements on your site. Therefore, I didn’t know how to go about answering them. For example, are you the lone creator/admin, do you have help, do you need help? Perhaps you built the site, and now you and a few admins and moderators just maintain what you've got, with no plans for change. These are questions only you know the answers to, but I think at least a little excerpt on an about page would be great for everyone to learn a little bit about yourself and your site.
I’ve noticed there are many pages of unanswered forum posts. Is there a method for moderators to close out forums? Should there be? I understand sometimes posts are purposely ignored and/or just completely ridiculous. However, there are some legitimate, even great questions that have no answer. I also noticed a lot of database and web development questions that any daniweb admin should be able to handle; yet the remain unanswered. Perhaps the problem stems from the available help. Meaning there are just not enough people with relevant experience/answers to post. Have you thought about providing incentives for those who provide relevant help/answers?
I'm not sure where you plan on taking this site in the future, or if you would like it to emulate the functions of other sites such as http://www.computing.net/ or http://www.experts-exchange.com/. Perhaps you don't really have a plan and wherever you go from here is fine with you. Either one is great, I was just curious. Thanks.