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Hello, I would like to get some feedback on my website. I have been with you for a few years and this is my second attempt at a new site. Thanks
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OK Buddy first off this is my opinion and certainly open to debate from other members who may like different styles.

Index Page

Lets start with Text and background, Black is a good background to show off the colours of the vehicles in the photographs, however its one of the hardest on the eye and the text needs to be sympathetic and red text just doesnt work on a black backgroeund.  If Doggedstreet Garage, LLC. is the same as the sign over your garage in the same style script then OK but if not try and recreate it so people can identify with the Logo.Company Name. I would maybe choose a slightly brighter logo, and move it down a tad off the top border. See how better "Custom AutoBody, Restoration & Preservation Service" looks on the page becuase its lighter and thinner and looks sharper

Again, the Email button is rather dark.  As for the main text I think its too "fancy" and for me, and hard to read... Ariel is a clear script and for a little fancy have a look at Georgia.

Not sure if the staggered look of the photographs was intentional but I think same size and alignment looks better ( as I mentioned, my opinion)

AT the bottom of the page it goes on too far into a white area.? If you delete the grey box and thengrab the bottom of the black rectangle and drag it up to just under the last line of text the page will end there. Now if you have used a template that could alter the rectangle on all your pages. Just by way of an option, go to page settings and choose a black background instead of the grey, I think a single colour across the screen may look better, ( if not just change background back to grey) Finalyy for the index page giving a general location of the Company and the area you operate.. even if its " we have helped customers from across the Country"

Photo Gallery

As mentioned Red on Black just dont so it.White by the way is too stark as well so try off white to very light grey or other lighter colours. Again the black rectangle is a tad too long, just make you think there should be more there. I would suggest some more photos in the gallery for two reasons. Your a motor preservation specialist and from your photogrpahs a very very good one so here is where you show your skills and art, its what customers will want to see.. I am a restoration nut and think the work you do is just superb, so the second reason would be I would love to see more. Email me in yello works for me. Good page well done

News

Aw cmon....I am 64 and have pretty reasonable eyesight but stood no chance reading "You will soon be able to find me on the social network Google" and only just managed to read the rest, which overlaps the left hand page edge.. With Text boxes check out the padding command on the right and play with the settings.

Here is my thoughts ( that could be way off the mark)although we have quite a few "youngsters, with money, into rebuilding classic cars I would think the vast majority will be the middle to senior demographic with more disposable income and a passion to own a car from their youth. If that is the case, make sure your customers can read it :)

Overall, like your obvious artistic style, its the attention to detail that separates the amateur restorer from the professional and you, without doubt are a master.. YOU do fabulous work, the quality of the website deserves nothing less, its your shop window... As a website it has all the data a propective customer would need, just needs a little refinement.

As I stated at the start, this is purely my opinion but I love seeing old cars restored and I love the work that you do and the skills you bring to the projects... I want inline customers to see it too and to make contact if they have an old Shelby Mustang or Route 66 or Barracuda sitting dusty and unloved in a garage.. ( well if anyone does have an old Shelby Mustang going cheap let me know, Yeah I know,,,,in my dreams)

All the very best to you and the Company, too many old classics are vanishing and need restoring so they can see seen where they are meant to be... on the road not only museums. Good Luck
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Thanks for the awesome feedback and compliments. Sounds like some great advice. I think you have a good eye. I have my website since 2013 and have'nt had a single call. I was thinking of it more like proof of life. I really would like to see some traffic and calls, you know potential customers, but it has not been very search friendly. I have since been talking with Les and I asked for his help. I believe I am missing something and admitt that I started with 0 knowlege. I found your feedback made me feel like I was not that far off. Some of the things you pointed on where intentional with my design I guess I should've asked more questions.
Thank-you kindly,
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Dennis your most welcome, Promotion is the name of the game, Look on any search page and at the top you will see AD of a green square next o the website... this is a paid for position. Companies pay tens of thousands of pounds to have their add at the number 1 position, no way us mortals can comptete with that level of expenditure. The next group down employ specialists whos sole job is to work on the website daily to ensure SEO ( Search Engine Optimisation) to keep them near the top. If you search for submit website to Google you can then send them your domain name.. so they will then "crawl" your website and position it in searches. If you try to get into all you can do for a website, it will take the rest of your life.. So, I promote the website, which in turn will promote my business. IF you go to shows, local day events, fairs, classsic car displays, have a big sign showing your Company name , address, contact number AND website address and make sure its on any flyers, handouts or business litrature, invoices, mail etc. Think of all the ways you can get your website address out there to get people to visit. As I said in my critique, your website is your shop window where you can show the great work you can do. Wish you all the best for the future buddy
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Thank-you for giving me your advise. I really appreciate it. I made some changes to my site like you suggested and then I may have gone a little to far . You seem to have great insight into what is pleasing to look at. I would like to be able to combine the art and what is pleasing to read. Would you take another look and give me your opinion. I have more work to do with the pictures but you will see my general lay out.
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Dennis
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More than happy to Dennis but at the start of my working day so will have a look later and report back..
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Hi Dennis, what a transformation...your almost there. Let me start with the overall view Index Page ( I like it, text is much easier to read) and I must say I have built a few websites for customers over the years and have never though of the three panel split page, doesnt it work well.....Excellent!!!!, there is a strong possibilty that idea may well find its way onto one of my next projects..

So, tweaks? the navigation bar needs to remian static across all the pages. This can be achieved by highlighting the nav bar on the index page, choosing copy ( right click on the nav bar and choose copy) move to the next page, right click and choose paste. It will paste the nav bar in exactly the same position. It may well mean moving some data down out of the way. It looks like you have created your own  nav bar which is fine I tend to do my own but start each topic with a capital letter and currently the mouseover effect is black, which means as you hover over the link it disappears. THe index page is standard but other pages its Bold text

Once you have organised that check your links... on one page the progress link takes you back to the Index page and on another page it is page not found 404 ( you can add a home button to the 404 page)

still on the index page If you are looking for high quality and personal service looks larger than the rest of the text? It may well be an anomalie with my PC. and check the top righ photo of the yellow car... It takes longer to load and does not behave as a jpeg, more like a flash video

On progress page unlinked on some pages and comes up with 404 page  but when I found a link to the page I think it was excellent.top of page really looks professional but then theres a big gap down after the photos.. scrolling down to what looks like a few photos overlapping down at the bottom..

The above seems a list but in fact they are just tweaks, sort ot navigation and check all your links..Overall you have made a massive improvement and I think the three panel black on grey was a great idea and works very well for your product... The worning list is excellent info as is your area of work... Seriously Dennis you have done superbly well..just some refining... you have preped, repaired, ndercoated and applied a topcoat,..... just needs a laquer finish...and the chrome put on..Well done
 
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Hey Brian,
Easy for you to say, I had to laugh. I think it would be easier to do the laquer finish and put the chrome back on. At least that makes sense to me.. I'm having fun at the expense of a lot of sleep. The progress page is a work in progress I did not want to hit publish and when I did I realized my navigation was wrong. I could not get it corrected. I am going to follow your directions and hope I get it solved. Thanks, I was wondering what would be thought of the" 3 window painel." I thought it was cool and different. Let me remind you I attend the school of hard knocks for web site developing. Thanks again for the input. I better get to my night job.
Thanks,
Dennis
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Just happy to help Dennis, I started building websites with homestead 17 years ago and truly, if I compare my first website with your efforts, my one was hopeless. You have really done a great job and that is my honest opinion. The three panel window was an inspiration, made me shake my head thinking, Why didn't I think of that? ( I will in the future) so helping you I have learned something as well. Just for future ref, which programme are you using, Desktop or Sitebuilder+.? The things I mentioned are minor and can soon be remedied, I would suggest start with the navigation bar... get it looking right on the pages, check all the links are in place correctly, thats 90% of the work. Publish your website and work your way through each page and link as a live wensite ( not in editor mode but how visitors to the website would vew it) and scribble a note of anything not quite right. Most websites are always work in progress, just dont overthink it. Its an advert for your garage and the work you do...

Any problem please feel free to ask, I will always be happy to offer advice but ( timezones) if I am not here there are some great builders that visit frequently and will be able to help and failing that Drew is on the homestead payrole and is an excellent, knowledgeable guy and very helpful.. Will check back on the website soon, see how the cars are doing.
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Goodmorning ,
At least it is here in the east. Where/what is your location/time zone? I was able to get all the pages liked up. I'm still having trouble with the navigation bar view. Can you explain the meaning of "live view"as mentioned by you? I am using the Desktop version. I appreciate any opinions you have to offer. I went through a period of frustration but now enjoy working with the design. It is great to be inspired. I am glad I stayed with that design idea. It was just by chance I stumbled on to it. I liked it but wasn't sure how it would work.
Thanks,
Dennis
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Hi Dennis well im in the UK and East Coast is 5 hours behind so its almost 3pm here.
When you publish your page you go to the "live" website rather than in the preview window. I always open a new window and type the URL in and visit the page the same as any visitor so I see it as everyone else will. Just a tip, when editing and you publish, if you dont see the changes you have made tap the F5 button, reason behind this is, that in an effore to speed your browsing up, any web page you visit is stored on your computers Cache file. If you return to the page frequently (like when your busy editing)your computer will load the stored page rather than the newer version. F5 makes the computer refresh the page.  Website is looking brilliant, All links are working properly.. Frustration is a sign something isnt going as you wanted, so its a good thing rather than just accept what is and throw in the towel.. it comes with the job...I am certain every restoration has its "moments". Sadly I stopped using Desktop a coule of years back but think I can still remember most of the functions but sometimes my suggestion might not work. The nav bar doesnt HAVE to stay in the same place, If you are happy with its look then stcik with it... if you want it static let me know and I will try and walk you through it. Only couple of things left to look at buddy. The picture of the yellow car.... something is wrong with it, I THINK its been saved as a video rather than a jpeg.. and just the first line of the text next to it seems bigger ( maybe bold) than the rest of the text. HOme page and work in progress page need to be shortened as they scroll down a long way...Thats it... A great website and you should be proud...Almost as good as the cars.... Almost :) but then you have had lots more experience restoring cars..Youv'e done a great job Dennis. I have no doubt it will bring you a lot more enquiries and fingers crossed, customers. Later maybe consider a testimonial page from satified customers..
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Hey Brian,
( TGIF)...So far I've been able to use your advise in some form or fashion for all the things we've talked about. The similarities between the websites are so close. I cant seem to figure out what is going on with the orange Mustang in the picture. I may have to replace it. I also was under the impression that Iwant to keep everything up farther on the page, that's how i started out but, when you said you wanted to see more cars I thought maybe my thinking was wrong. I can fix that. Yes a testimonial page is a great idea and I am going to have my customers find my social page and pst or e mail somethin that I can put up.
Thanks,
Dennis
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Hi Dennis, just checked bak with the website and its superb...job well done buddy. The new picture replcing the mustang is a great choice shows you can help with both aloder and younger classics,Just what the other photo was I am mystified, if I right mouse clicked on it it had the option to play or loop, this is usually what a video would do... Jpegs would save save a copy etc... weird..When I was talking about length of page its now just the home page.. Others are all spot on. I have incuded a coulple of screenshots.. A page needs to end naturally, the first screenshot is your home page, once past the tect and photos it can scroll down a long way showing just a grey background.


I took the screenshot so you could see the end of your page information but you can scroll down a lot more before you reach your header. YOu can see my scroll marker on the right, grey bar, its a long way from the bottom. I visitor would be left wondering should there be something there. Your footer marks the end of the page. You can always lengthen the pages if you want to add more content at a future time

The second screenshot shows the end of the page with footer which is how the home page should end.



THis is the correct way to end the page, as you can see my scroll marker is right down ans your footer is in touch with the page.

Dennis, I take my hat of to you Sir, you have improved your website 500%. I am sure you get an inner glow of satisfaction when a customer drives out in their beautifuly restored classic... Give yourself a pat on the back and look at your website in the same way...be proud of your creation. You dreamed it up, you built it and its published and out there on the world wide web.. SO maybe you should add another qualification to your garage, classic car restorer and Webmaster.. welcome to the fraternity... I have built websites for customers for over 15 years and if I would not be worried if i was offering your website to a customer.. Good Luck buddy
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Hello Brian,
hope all is well with you. Thanks for the feedback and advice. You are a great mentor and much appreciated. I am starting to like what I see with the overall design. I have a few things that I need to resolve.Now i know what you meant about the page going on. I did notice that something odd is going on with the footer on the home page and I've been working on trying to figure it out with out any luck. One thing I am wondering about is I used a template and by the time i got to the progress page I used a blank page. the template format was changed up and mostly deleted so maybe i should have used a blank page for every page since I basically created my own design . I am wondering what goes on behind the website. My first attempt I placed code in the html area and i have since deleted all of it because I believe that it would be better without. What do you recommend for this?Extending the question do you believe that on this type of web app., and by the way it is sitebuilder plus my mistake,it is better to manually add code such as tags, snippets, site maps etc. or leave it to the app.? I am have a hard time figuring out how to line up things on my page,I have been doing each picture and #ed sentences manually and there is just no way to make it perfect painfully slow. I am sure it a simple controller issue. I am also going to do updated with photos I was hoping to put a stack of photos that you could click on but iI dont . know if I can or will it slow thing down.? Yes the orange car pic was troublesome. One more thing what is the best size picture to be using? I photoshot alot and have the ability to change the size. Enjoy your weekend.
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Dennis
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HI Dennis, I know what you mean, Iused to use templates ( or have done for the sake of expediency) and the one problem I have with them is the panel in font of the background. If you want to edit the length it affects all other page lengths which most of the time I dont want, some pages have more content than others so need to be different lengths..I usually remove that panel and change the background colour to suit. BUt more often than not I start from scratch and just get inspiration from a template. I have started with a template and ended up with just one original graphic and navigation bar..the rest all deleted.

Homestead cannot include all HTML out there but when used correctly it can enhance the web page. On one site I didnt like the links being underlined, a search on google found a HTML code to remove it, as this was needed on all pages it had to be placed in the head...Other HTML can be added to the individual page.(there was an unwanted side effect in that it increased the text in the footer to about 20, way too big, I couldnt edit the code to stop it so in the end just removed the footer. Its all trial and error.....JUst use a little caution when using third party HTML, you could be putting something nasty  and hidden on your webpage, just get it from a reputable source.

With the index page, there could well be an unwanted box hiding somewhere. Best way to check is go to page settings, change the background colour to white and scroll down the page, see if there is anything in the way... if so click and delete it, put your back ground back to grey save and preveiw.

Photogrpahs, ( sizes ) are the biggest problem with websites and new builders. When you upload a phot from your camera, deepeinding on your camera settings, its HUGE.. try and put that on the website and it will take seconds to load. Doesnt sound much by the web works on speeds mesured in nano seconds or search engines will penalise the website. If you upload a photo 1MB in size and then drag it smaller on the page its still 1MB.. it has to be resized before uploading, this sometimes means uploading it, putting it on the page, vieweing it and making a decision, too big, too small, delete it from the file manager, resize and upload again, trial and error. I know one of the champions on here,  the meileman, uses photo shop and the images on his website are excellent. I have xara web and photo graphics, a bit expensive but, for all its functions, I always use a free programme called www.irfanview.com been using it for 15 years, iits quick and easy to resize photographs on the go. ABother online graphics programme woth a look is http://www196.lunapic.com/editor

The gallery is an excellent feature whe you want large photographs but not slow the page down, the photos are stored in the file manager and only a small imalg is placed on the page, the photo loads when clicked on so you have the benefit of a big photo without the page render issue... As I said earlier buddy, its an ongoing lerning curve...
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Hey Brian , yes i have been through most of what you mentioned I think learning by mistakes works also.. So what you are saying is size according to how the page loads ? I had a rectangle all the way down at the bottom hidden causing the home page issue. I uploaded a file folder with my sites xml sitemap into the file manager do you think that is where it needs to be or do i use insert html or copy to advance page settings I am a little unclear about that. I found it was causing issues when using code the biggest one for me was you could sometimes see the code behind the site and many conflicts conflicts .
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Absolutely, Dennis, Photos need to be resized and in the best format ( Jpg, jpeg) is considered the best although I sometimes use GIF files if I want certain parts of the image transparent. As an example have a look at the RAF crest on this page, you can see through the crest to the clouds behind. http://huas.homestead.com/  this website is a favour for some freinds, their web host closed down and they lost their website so I am rebuilding it for them (bit by bit) and hosting it on my Homestead account. They have LOTS of photographs so I need to make sure they are optimised. I use  google page insights https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/insights/  to check on how fast my pages load, its a good excercise but just dont get too hung up on all the data... just to check how its loading and find any errant time problems... BUT just remember to use it as a guide only. If your a few nano seconds out.... its not a big issue honestly.

The xml sitemap needs to go into the site root folder see pic


As for the HTML text showing up on the page I am guessing its a Heading <h1> type. THis type of code needs to be an integral part of a webpage's HTML code. and cannot be added as an extra. Just for fun, right click on your published webpage and choose View source... there you will see all the HTML,CSS and Java code that makes up your website... We cannot edit that but its interesting to see.
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Hello Brian, I made a few changes to my site. Would you look at it and give me some feedback. Thanks
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Well Dennis you have gone from strength to strength with the design, the text is larger and much easier to read which is a great plus, you havent moved away from the triple panes which I am pleased, its a really good use of backgrounds and one I like a lot. Everything is "tightened" up and is easy to navigate and read.I only found two things for you to look at. First is, on my laptop the pages are aligned left rather than center so there is a grey margin down the right and nothing on the left. Look in page settings for center on page for whole website, it should be ticked. the only other thing is the work in progress page. the URL shows /blank... so again in page settings you just need to give the page a name.. keep it short something like projects or rebuilds



You've come a long way in a very short space if time with design and website building, better than most which must be because of your practiced eye for detail ..now the test.. What I do, once I think Ive finished with a website, before I take it to a customer, is to field test the website. I get family and friends to have a look at the website and encourage feedback. I deliberately do not play any more with the website, in fact I dont even view it for a few days and get on with something different, not web related. Usually a trip to the shed to build something for the home or grandaughter, currenlty in progress a very pink glittery jewelry box for christmas. This is so my mind can clear so, when I go back to view the website "live", I have a fresh perspective.

Bottom line buddy its a done deal. I would imagine you could always find "something" extra to do with a restoration but you eventualy accept the jobs done.. websites are the same.  Adding extra data, or changing the odd photo here and there keeps the website fresh and new, something search engines rate quite highly. Websites that have not been updated for months will rank low.

Looks like another sucessful project completed for Dogged Street Garage :)
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Hey Brian, That sounds good! Thanks
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whoa.. Dennis, its gone to the right now.. also, have you changed the size of your pages.?. I have to scroll left/right to see the page and some html has appeared top left of one page?.. Dont panic, we have all gone down that path lol OK the two settings you shoukd check are in the pics. First, check in Page settings, background links and footer and make sure "set for all pages" is selected and then check your Page width.. 990 in my mind is near the limit in my mind.



Once they are correct, move down to Advanced settings and check Center alighn this page... THis should change all the pages at the same time.





See how that goes buddy. let me know
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Please give me feedback on my website.

http://www.wisdom-productions.com
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Hi Trina, happy to critique the website but as I always mention when I do these things my comments are based purely on my opinion viewing the website as a prospective customer and judging what I like and offer alternatives based on my web building experience.

Index page

Beautiful colour background but red text is barely readable on a dark background The “like G+ “needs to be at the bottom of the page along with the guest book, and celebrating 10 years rosette. Let the viewer have a read before they vote. The blue border around the photograph is well done and in keeping with the blue theme but the bevelled bar doesn't really compliment the page at all. The the contact button could have a lighter text and is overlapped by the twitter button

The header is a wonderful piece of work, love the camera lenses..the back light is perfect.. Chosen font is artistic and in keeping with the Company theme.

Navigation bar look very professional, except( and this is my opinion) the links appear to be italic but when I hover over it the text changes to normal... this makes the nav bar move around a little, something I find distracting.

Founder page (url says about us.. to be honest About Us conveys a Company, Founder sounds like a history lesson or a one man band)

Is excellent, all I could offer is that the glass award is lovely just text hard to read against the dark blue, not sure of the type of graphic it is but if you could lighten the text to make it more readable it would be just perfect.

Movies page (url says News or reviews )

Perfect to me, like the back lit photos, “watch trailer” banner perfectly in keeping with the script text.. Sign up Facebook hard to see but their buttons usually are, you tube graphic is neat ( not seen that style before but works very well. ( will bear that style in mind for future builds thank you for the inspiration)

Services page

Again a good page, good graphics.. I don't think the banner of films is needed as they are better displayed on the films page and the footer is about 6 inches after the bottom of the page so I would shorten the page and bring the footer up to just below the contact form

Pruducts page ( url says clients.)

Again great page, but the last paragraph has some overlap of text with feature logo and Facebook logo

Customer reviews

Nav bar says "customer reviews" as does the URL but the page heading is testimonials. I would prefer nav and page said testimonials or change the heading on the page to customer reviews, whichever you think. Navigation, url page name and page heading should ( in my opinion) match.. apart from the a very good page

Upcoming auditions

Great page but the text is white... ( not the same as the rest of the website) looks good on the blue background so flicked back and forth and just cannot choose which I prefer white or light blue text so will leave that with you. Footer is overlapped by the last entry, Not sure how you managed that as it shouldn't happen. The footer is automatically inserted at the bottom of a page... strange. Cant give you a solution?... made a decision......... Light blue text gets my vote..

Contact Us page.

Navigation text overlaps the back bar... just drag the bar a bit more to the right. Your photo on top of the contact box looks good BUT, there have been a few little issues with these boxes working flawlessly and I am not sure if the photo overlapping the box could cause problems.. I would test it Get a few friends to send it in from different computers and browsers. If they all arrive OK then there shouldn't be a problem... Just align the Sat sun closed as they are not level.

Overall I was very impressed with the whole website, it showcases what you do and what you do is very professional. The graphics, information and artistic presentation was pretty near perfect and I salute the builder. I would suspect a very experienced person behind this great website, job well done.

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My feedback was just what I needed. Made changes and corrections were on point! Thank you Brian!
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Your welcome Joan, its a great website and I wish you all the best

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