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David McLuckie wrote:
Built from scratch in RSD, going to admit that I bought RLM only to get early access to RSD and never used it. :rolleyes:

Stored in a subdomain until I get the go ahead to make it live, any feedback most appreciated. (Would like to note I am 100% not a web designer)

http://www.responsive.mcsmarts.co.uk/
Nice simple


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Finally managed to make time to complete a small site complete with a contact page using Web Form Builder.

I would appreciate any comments as I am one of the older guys stuck in his ways of building a site with normal coding.

Oh. I also have a nifty menu on the site.
http://www.printerrepairschesterfield.co.uk/
Jim
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http://www.freebits.co.uk/


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Looks good, Jim! You seem to master this new toy ;) very well.
I guess the pages of Laser Friend, that you get to when clicking on the right-most menu item might be from an earlier version of the site? They haven't been made responsive (yet).
Ha en riktig god dag!
Inger, Norway
My new honey site, built with RFF: http://www.horgenhonning.net/
Component sharing for RSD, RFF and RBB: http://www.horgenhonning.net/sharing/



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Jim Cantrell wrote:

I would appreciate any comments as I am one of the older guys stuck in his ways of building a site with normal coding.
http://www.printerrepairschesterfield.co.uk/


It appears that the business is a local type business making sure their city area is at the top. I would convert the image at the top into a similar webfont. Don't forget to change the images' alt text for SEO purposes.


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Inger wrote:
Looks good, Jim!.


Mr. Inger, I followed the link in your post's footer footer. The contact pages for your website leads to a dead php link. And the contact page uses Flash, which is now disabled by default on Firefox browsers. In fact, I think Mozilla and Google have either permabanned or temporarily banned Flash on its browsers because of security. Flash is dying, and I might involv e it because it may require visitors to update and install new versions to fill out your contact page.


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Inger wrote:
Looks good, Jim! You seem to master this new toy ;) very well.
I guess the pages of Laser Friend, that you get to when clicking on the right-most menu item might be from an earlier version of the site? They haven't been made responsive (yet).


Yeah Inger, that is the original site and it will be made responsive page in time, my brain works slower than it used to
Jim
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http://www.freebits.co.uk/


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BIll G wrote:
Jim Cantrell wrote:

I would appreciate any comments as I am one of the older guys stuck in his ways of building a site with normal coding.
http://www.printerrepairschesterfield.co.uk/


It appears that the business is a local type business making sure their city area is at the top. I would convert the image at the top into a similar webfont. Don't forget to change the images' alt text for SEO purposes.


Thanks for the comments, the images at the top work fine and all "alt" are filled as they should be, while it does help with Serarch Engines the original concept of using the "alt" tag on web pages was for the visually impaired visitors, when they visit a website they can use software that reads out the "alt" tag to explain what the image is all about, still used today I would imagine.
Jim
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http://www.freebits.co.uk/


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BIll G wrote:

Mr. Inger, I followed the link in your post's footer footer. The contact pages for your website leads to a dead php link. And the contact page uses Flash, which is now disabled by default on Firefox browsers. In fact, I think Mozilla and Google have either permabanned or temporarily banned Flash on its browsers because of security. Flash is dying, and I might involv e it because it may require visitors to update and install new versions to fill out your contact page.


I'm well aware of it, Mr Bill. When I get time, I plan on redoing that site, but for now, my time is devoted to my customers, and my own stuff is at the back of the queue. It's like the baker's children go hungry and the shoemaker's children have bare feet.

Cheers,.
Ms. Inger
Ha en riktig god dag!
Inger, Norway
My new honey site, built with RFF: http://www.horgenhonning.net/
Component sharing for RSD, RFF and RBB: http://www.horgenhonning.net/sharing/



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Hi all,

My fourth and largest website to date: www.gnh.org.au

Used the RSD cats theme. Was able to add some cool features like an embedded google map and search function.

Hope you guys like it!


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Scott Williams wrote:
Hi all,

My fourth and largest website to date: www.gnh.org.au

Used the RSD cats theme. Was able to add some cool features like an embedded google map and search function.

Hope you guys like it!


NICE!!! So where is the cats theme??? Something new to download? I have stopped working on my site- but have to go back and finish it so I don't have all those 404's. LOL Thanx for the inspiration to begin again after a month or so.
His Peace Always
Lynn Snell
www.spinderellas.com

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