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    Hey TG folks, I am posting this here because the page i want looked at sells a service. So this seemed like the best place for it.

    Mainly though I am looking for feedback and opinions. I am going to launch and market a special offer for my Webmaster Services. If you have some time, please check out the page and let me know what you think.

    Is the offer appealing?
    Does the page work for you? Is it easy to read and use?
    Any suggestions on what you would want for help with your site if you have one..
    Things like that.

    Thanks in advance for any and all feedback and constructive comments (positive or negative)

    http://www.acuwebservices.com/webmaster-special.php

    _Austin

    (special thanks to Mediator for his help on this)



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    looks good, but in your testimonials you have Dr. Barnbanell twice.

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    • #3
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      good catch, thanks



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      • #4
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        np

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        • #5
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          With permission from your clients, you could have a gallery page with screenshots of their home pages, and the thumbnails linking to their sites.
          Dude, seriously, WHAT handkerchief?

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            hmmm, prob a good idea on that page

            I have a portfolio for web design http://www.acuwebservices.com/web-design-portfolio.php

            so something similar on that page might be cool too, thanks!



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            • #7
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              I haven't looked through all of your portfoliio there, but if you guys designed and developed any of those websites from scratch, you might want to consider using XHTML 1.0 Strict from now on instead of the XHTML 1.0 Transitional or HTML 4.01 Transitional. Also if you can, avoid using tables for layouts (W3C recommended against it late last year).

              Also to save a bit of time on loading and CPU processing, consider using CSS-based dropdown menus instead of Javascript-based ones.

              Also switch from using GIFs to PNGs if you can (ex: the military service branch insignias at the end of this CTRD Construction website. Better quality, better alpha transparency, higher color variance.

              Edit: You seem to have extravaneous source beginning at the top of this page: http://curt.acusimplesites.com/
              - I see two HTML begin tags and part of a table with no closing row, cell, or table.

              If you need help, I can point you towards some public resources that I use/have used myself.
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              • #8
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                Our newer sites have progresses to all CSS, with better use of PNGs etc.

                I agree with all of your comments :D

                The curt site has an old asp CMS tool powering it, which makes a ton of code, we still have sites running on it, but we try to avoid it now

                thanks for the input :D



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