Does anyone have their own WEBSITE? # 1

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Postby bof » Thu Aug 17, 2006 2:34 pm

Hi, what a fantastic site, I think you will do well with it.
Did you make it yourself?
Your furniture is just the same as ours so it was lovely to see.
Good luck with rentals
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Postby Trigger » Thu Aug 17, 2006 3:20 pm

Hi both, thanks very much for your encouraging words.

I did it myself and have been working on it since last September.
I bought a couple of books and got a pal to help me with the design programme.

I don't know what to do with myself now its finished.....

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Postby Dreanas » Fri Sep 01, 2006 11:26 am

I was interested to read the comments about websites. I have just finished building a website for a house in Momchilovtsi, not only to advertise the house for rental accommodation but to focus attention on the surrounding areas and the snowboard park which has just been built there.

My website is www.linkingpages.co.uk and the website I have recently developed is www.fourseasonsretreat.co.uk

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Postby Website » Thu Sep 21, 2006 5:16 pm

I agree with Ellie's posting, having a website is not everything unless people get to see it.

You need to get it up the rankings. There are different ways to do this and we do this day in day out.

To make sure this doesn't sound like an ad and therefore gets deleted I will say anyone that wants tips to improve their ranking either IM or send me an email info@banskobulgaria.co.uk

Our website www.banskobulgaria.co.uk comes up regularly on all search engines with related terms, for example the search terms:

Rent an apartment in Bansko - we are number 1 on yahoo.co.uk and 4th on yahoo.com

Rent a ski apartment in Bansko - we are number 2 on yahoo.co.uk and 9th on yahoo.com

We appear many more times but I think you get the message.

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Postby Victor » Thu Sep 21, 2006 6:37 pm

Trigger wrote:Hi all,

It still needs a bit of work but here is my website for our apartment in the southern end of Sunny Beach.

http://www.apartmentsunnybeach.co.uk

Trigger :)


OK, Im not going to praise your site because on my screen (Win XP Q 1280 x1024) I have a hugh white bar going down the left of the screen and the graphics go off the side of the right, so I loose a lot of info. I am using firefox as a browse.

You need to address this issue as it will turn some away.

The flash is nicely done btw...but try to get a better picture of cacao beach without the car on it, preferably showing a clean beach, perhaps from the other side of the ?hose pipes? !

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Postby Vambo » Thu Sep 21, 2006 6:58 pm

Trigger,
As Victor mentioned, the whole page is shifted to the right.

There is a line in your code:

<td align="right">

This aligns the table to the right. it might look better if you change it to "left" or "center".

Vambo

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Postby Trigger » Thu Sep 21, 2006 7:42 pm

8O Thanks for the comments both, point taken about the cacoa beach photo.

I have not had any feedback from others about a white line or graphics going off the page to the right, thats a bit worrying really :(

Its ok on my computer and my PC at work, anyone else having the same problem?

Thanks all
Trigger

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Postby ellie » Thu Sep 21, 2006 7:48 pm

Hi Trigger

When designing your site always remember to check it fo all browsers. IE 7 , firefox and netscape because you never know what browser your prospective customers will be viewing your website with.

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Postby oldtimer » Thu Sep 21, 2006 7:53 pm

Well Trigger, I have just looked at your webb site and I think it is very good had no white lines just a very good site, love the way the pictures change.

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Postby njw » Thu Sep 21, 2006 9:27 pm

I see dreanas has posted on here.She did our website www.fourseasons retreat.co.uk.All i can say is she provides an excellent service, nothing is too much trouble and as you can see from the site she knows what shes doing.


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