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    Hi guys,
    I've just completely re-designed a software website at www.2e-pos.com, and was wondering if you guys had any thoughts?
    It's completely valid table-less XHTML and CSS (apart from a few IE hacks in the background), and my boss was asking if we should put some W3C stickers on the bottom - but I'm thinking, are W3C validation stickers necessary for this site? Will anyone care? For personal or portfolio sites, yeah, but for something like this?

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    No site visitor who is likely to become a customer will care. The site either renders correctly, or doesn't in the viewer browser. Potential customers could care less about the W3C or the mechanics of how the website got that way.

    The site is good. The testimonial could be bumped up several sizes. However overall the visual flow is okay, the copy hits basic points, etc. The site might be trying too hard to get the visitor to register -- you might test a regular screenshot anyone can access. A case history explaining "upsells increased 38% and the system paid for itself in 127 days" couldn't hurt.

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    Very nice. Very 2.0ish ... I agree with above about the comments. They are tiny. You want your comment to be "out there", you want people to "see" them

    About the button, I say put 'em in. Nice and rounded and glassy to match the site

    Well done!
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    Thanks for the advice guys!
    I'm taking your comments on board and increasing the text size of the comments and including some nice glossy W3C icons!
    Cheers!


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