View Full Version : Website Re-Done
08-05-2004, 11:19 AM
I have totally re-done our website according to some of the suggestions from seo forum "guru's" Any additional help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks Paul Guzman
08-08-2004, 09:34 AM
Titles look better mostly and better reflect the terms that you seek. It looks like there are more than a couple of pages you haven't gotten to yet. One unsightly redirect to an interminably long URL string. But you're moving in the right direction.
Joc's table trick (http://www.cribbage.ca/web_games/content-first.htm) would really help in promoting your page text.
08-08-2004, 10:58 AM
I strongly recommend testing in different browsers.
I used Mozilla and the left hand menu is centered mid-page. So they is a large empty space above the menu.
Also the menu styles are different on the left and right sides.
Most people now use CSS to show mouseover colours changing since you have already a coloured background (green).
08-08-2004, 04:37 PM
The left and right hand side menu's I can fix, but the space above the menu is gonna be tricky, (at least for me) any suggestions?
They seem fine in the latest Netscape and I.E. browsers.
The mouseover css colors have been changed, and it looks great.
From Dilligiaf - One unsightly redirect to an interminably long URL string.
Ok their is no more re-direct, but how do I remove/fix the "interminably long URL string". I am sure you know this is from amazon associate shop? And I do NOT think there is any way to get it shorter? Or am I wrong?
Also is there any way to change the menu and css colors without editing each and every webpage on my website?
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Paul Guzman :D
08-08-2004, 04:47 PM
Idon't know ______ (fill in the blank) about Amazon associate shop. Hootie Hooooo (that's the Owlcraft call, I'm just guessing he might help here)
About "any way to change the menu and css colors without editing each and every webpage " Just use an external style sheet. Initially you'd have to go through every page to call for it but down the road it'll be easier to make changes.
Did you look at Joc's table trick? I'll have another look in a bit. I've got an hour or so.
08-08-2004, 05:56 PM
Ok, sorry about the amazon associate shop thing-I think I'll just have to live with it!
Hopefully "owlcraft" will see this thread and help me out here.
Yes I did look at "Joc's table trick?" but I am in the process of working it out.
( I am slow but trainable ) :p
What is a: external style sheet? Is this css? If so can you give me a good example?
From Paul Guzman
08-09-2004, 03:12 AM
An easily understood CSS Tutorial (http://codepunk.hardwar.org.uk/bcss.htm). If you're gonna stick with tables you may want to rework your layout to include joc's table trick and clean up the presentation.
08-09-2004, 06:23 PM
I am in the process of learning code punk's css tutorial, which is extremly helpful and easy to understand.
If anyone here needs css help, this is the place go!
I will implement the changes soon, then "I'll BE BACK" for another round of reviews, and constructive criticism.
By the way has anyone heard of MR. Rats script? I tried using it on my site but for some reason it does NOT work :confused:
Anyway thanks again for your help.
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