At times I have seen quite a bit of code posted for review. This might be because there are a number of classes that interact so the person is giving as much information as possible, or they might be posting too much. After the code, or before or even within, there might be updates, or edits.
Does the current avaialable structure for code reviews make the process as easy as possible so people can easily read the code and make comments? Could there be a better way? One thought I had was to have multiple tabs for the various classes, modules etc and a tab for the problem description. So you would seperate the code from the question?
Is there any scope for making site modifications from what seems like the standard exchange template? Or are people happy that the way in which code is presented for review provides an easy mechanism for encouraging people to do more views?
EDIT: Perhaps rather than reviewing the format of posting code reviews an example could be placed up on the site FAQ of what is a good question layout and how to actually as a good question, as well as how to follow up with edit's and changes.
EDIT 11-Nov: Here's an example Mutable JTree style question. The SO has 4 distinct classes and if all put in might actually a fair bit of code. I assume all 4 classes are required to help with the code review. Would not it be easier to read and review this if you could flick through the code in a tab based method much like Visual studio, Eclipse and many other editors and applications that uses tab based format.