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Google Code, Git, Sourceforge and @JohnConde's SiteCritic all provide this service, sourceforge is old but also the most popular so far as I know.
Web Hosting Talk is a good forum and you should be able to find user reviews for most hosts. My current host's participation in their review thread convinced me to sign up. They have ended up being the best host I've dealt with over the past 8 years. http://www.webhostingtalk.com/
You can use WordPress with the GD Star Rating plugin. You may have to make a post for each website you list, or create a new post type (or use a template). There is a good O'Reilly book on the subject of rating systems if you want to tweak the algorithms.
You need sufficient competition offering semantically extractable reviews on-line otherwise Google has nothing to compare your offerings with and won't display them. Try to get customers of your competitors to fill in local business reviews (especially if they had a bad time) this will help. Remember that this is made all the more difficult as you are ...
I would suggest you read this blog post from WooThemes who hired Sucuri ( http://sucuri.net/ ) to review their code. http://www.woothemes.com/2012/09/every-line-of-code-audited/ Sucuri are well known for keeping WordPress and other sites safe. Experts are rare on oDesk or Freelance websites. You are going to find many foreigners who write code but don't ...
If the tree view on the left enables a user to navigate to any page they wish/need to view then you're probably, ok. However, for the sake of usability, you may want to use breadcrumbs at the top of the page to help the user navigate to important sections or back track the way the came. You may also want to link to important sections or commonly used ...
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