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    Review: a quicker download

    Dear all,

    Could anyone of you experts help me? Im trying to figure out a way so the buttons on this webpage http://www.relocationenterprises.com/ downloads quicker! If anyone will be so kind to have a look, he or she will see that the buttons on the lower part of the site downloads quite slowly and in a fairly random manner. Is there a way to improve this? The webpage has been made in Dreamweaver and the buttons in Fireworks.

    I'd appreciate any help on this!
    Sturli

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    Dear all,

    Could anyone of you experts help me? Im trying to figure out a way so the buttons on this webpage http://www.relocationenterprises.com/ downloads quicker! If anyone will be so kind to have a look, he or she will see that the buttons on the lower part of the site downloads quite slowly and in a fairly random manner. Is there a way to improve this? The webpage has been made in Dreamweaver and the buttons in Fireworks.

    I'd appreciate any help on this!
    Sturli

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    Well.. You could do those exact same buttons, and dropdown menus using CSS.. You have a very lot of useless code in there.. CSS would take like 1/5 the amount of code that javascript took..
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    Im pretty much on 'Web design for Dummies-level', isnt CSS quite complicated?

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    First of all, I see about 200 blank lines ... that adds a lot of bytes
    to the size of your HTML file.

    Another thing ... you could try keeping the dropdown menu, but don't
    use the mouseover image -- that would speed things up a lot.

    Keep in mind that many people have their Javascripting turned off to
    speed up their browsing experience ... those people would not be able
    to navigate your site.


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    or for a job like that you could just go and find a lite flash nav bar on a template site that would take care of some of the problem.

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    Looks more like the server is a little slow. Images don't look too big to me. You do have many useless comment tags at the top.


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