I have only looked at the Home page so far but would like to make one suggestion.
In the free estimates section you might want to break the text up into two or three paragraphs. It will make it much easier to read.
Really nice looking site.
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I have completed a new site for an artist friend of mine. You will notice that her artistic methodology is bold and eclectic, I tried to reflect this in the site styling.
A great big thank you to Inger and her component sharing site. A major feature of the design are the two galleries. I would still be working if I had to create a gallery on my own, plus it wouldn't have been so perfect for the client. Her instructions on how to use the gallery component were all I needed to "personalize" it and add additional images. Very nice craftsmanship.
Your site is reflecting the artist's style very well. A very friendly and appealing design!
Again, thank you for creating and sharing components, the site is a wonderful resource for those in the CoffeeCup community.
This is my first post, though I've been an avid reader for some years now.
I've been dabbling with CoffeeCup software from "Responsive Bootstrap Builder" to "Responsive Slide Designer" then "Responsive Site Designer" to what I have now "Site Designer V3.5 Build 2979"
It's been a slow and painful learning process, with lessons being learnt the hard way. But I've managed to create something I'm quite happy with.
I know there's probably loads of mistakes, so any comments are greatly appreciated.
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