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Here is a new RSD web I just put online.
http://www.waccamawplumbing.com/

GOOD: Love the Software Program.

NEEDS IMPROVEMENT: As a first time user, I had to search all over coffeecup.com to find HELP in how to use the program. This takes a lot of time.
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Rooky wrote:
Here is my first attempt at creating a site in RSD.

Good job especially for 1st crack at RSD. The top navigation is very well done, I'll have to see how you did that!
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TW wrote:
GOOD: Love the Software Program.
NEEDS IMPROVEMENT: As a first time user, I had to search all over coffeecup.com to find HELP in how to use the program. This takes a lot of time.
You did a very nice job. My first attempt took about 2 weeks. It gets easier & faster the more you work with it. Without RSD I wouldn't have a clue how to responsify my pages so again Thank You CoffeeCup!
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TW wrote:
Here is a new RSD web I just put online.
http://www.waccamawplumbing.com/

That's a beauty. Simple, gets the message across, plenty of spacing and symetry.
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Karen Del Pellegrino wrote:
Good job especially for 1st crack at RSD. The top navigation is very well done, I'll have to see how you did that!


The menu was created in CoffeeCup Menu Builder http://www.coffeecup.com/menu-builder/, and then imported into RSD as html elements. This is actually a quite time consuming exercise as; firstly, any menu changes in Menu Builder need to be cascaded to every page within your RSD website, this as at the present time RSD does not support headers and footers in a 'master page' template, and secondly, Menu Builder is a frastrating program to use, with far to many bugs, (see Menu Builder's support forum) and it has not been updated since 2014...

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http://www.quiltcandy.com/rsd-website-redo-0304

This is my first try at using RSD - I started with the Last Season's theme for the structure. The links (if they work at this point) will go to my old version of the website. Still have a few picture placeholders because these will be used later for current inventory. Taking this one step at a time.

I probably didn't use the easiest way to get some things accomplished - (used the tutorials and lots of searching through the forum). I would be happy for any suggestions and/or tips as to ways of making it better or more efficient. Next step is to work on the internal page structure, including a vertical menu - Menu Builder here I come!
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Margie wrote:

Menu Builder here I come!


My best advice for Menu Builder is make the most of the trial period, the program has unresolved bugs going back 2 years. With my website I have noticed that my menu works fine in Chrome, Firefox and IE on a PC platform. However, it does not work at all well on Android devices. If android device users are important to your business, best your Menu Builder testing includes this environment.

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Use the online menu builder on Internet
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Rooky, check that other post of yours to see if my changes to your menu help.
Ha en riktig god dag!
Inger, Norway
This site was made before we were able to create components through the app:
Component sharing for RFF, RBB, RSD and SD: https://eikweb.com/sharing/
My work in progress right now:
Components for the same as above + HTML Editor: https://mock-up.coffeecup.com


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Margie wrote:
http://www.quiltcandy.com/rsd-website-redo-0304

This is my first try at using RSD


Looks great!

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