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    I have created one web site and revamping one. The one that is still in progress is http://me2003.lindseymarshall.net/IE/index.htm. It is similar to the current web site at http://www.marshallengines.com/.


    The newly developed site that I made that went live on Monday. It is located at http://www.firstmatemarine.net/.

    If someone can give me their opinions of these sites that would be great!

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    Senior Member I Brian's Avatar
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    The FirstMateMarine site takes a little while to load. It looks ok but not very sales orientated. Don't understand why you'd display a hit counter.

    It really looks like it's missing something - something major. Not sure what it is though. The actual pages with engines info don't look very technical and don't offer much information at all.

    Just personal feedback, though.

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    The rollovers are badly lagging for me due to Dreamweaver's horrible rollover Javascript (the only part about DW that I don't like...).
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    the second one took me awhile to load, that may because you used too bigs picture in your site, cut you pictures to many small parts and use table to join them up. you can read this in the threads: "100 do and sont do in making website"
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    The first site looks ok, but I'm not a fan of the drop shadow around "Superior Quality Remanufactured Parts". Also, the "Marshall Engines" graphic at the top is a little hard to read IMO.

    I also thought I saw a Powerpoint-like page transition in there somewhere. Couldn't find it again, but if there are any in there, I'd recommend getting rid of them.

    As for the FirstMate site, I dont like the blue border you have, it makes the white navigation hard to read. And a page counter on a profesional site is a little unusual. Nice work though on both sites.

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    Lindsey,

    You should enter this into the June competition !!

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    I see that it's too late for the June competition.

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    On the whole I think the first mat marine site does what it has set out to do rather well. The information is structured very well and if someone is interested in the company I have no doubt that will have no problem with the navigation. The actual asthetics of the site do let it down as it looks a bit dated like it was down two or three years ago but I think these are minor issues that could be tackled very quickly on an update.
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