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    Latest Websites By FernGullyGraphics, Feel Free To Post Your Feed-Back?

    Lately we have been developing a good amount of websites for the music industry. Anyway, just thought I would post some links and get some unbiased opinions? These websites were all developed in photoshop/dreamweaver in standard HTML 4.01 Transitional. These are all basic sites (no flash or complex programming).

    http://www.cobalt45.com/
    http://djmannyd.com/
    http://insomniaks.com/coming_soon/ (currently coding)

    ** please note, these sites are not 100% finished, just looking for general feed-back, comments regarding your first impressions of the general website design? **
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    Is it in your agreement that you can put a "powered by FGG" on the bottom? Or are you just doing that? Personally.. I NEVER EVER let a designer put their branding on my website.

    All in all, the site designs seem rather basic IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Encrypted View Post
    Is it in your agreement that you can put a "powered by FGG" on the bottom? Or are you just doing that? Personally.. I NEVER EVER let a designer put their branding on my website.
    Yes, unless otherwise specified we put a powered by FGG link on every site we develop.


    Quote Originally Posted by Encrypted View Post
    All in all, the site designs seem rather basic IMO.
    That's really what we are going for nowadays, simple, basic, yet attractive.

    Anyway, thanks for taking the time to check out the sites!
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    the site's banners were really catchy, and so as the content. Good job

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    Quote Originally Posted by FernGullyGraphics View Post
    Lately we have been developing a good amount of websites for the music industry. Anyway, just thought I would post some links and get some unbiased opinions? These websites were all developed in photoshop/dreamweaver in standard HTML 4.01 Transitional. These are all basic sites (no flash or complex programming).

    http://www.cobalt45.com/
    http://djmannyd.com/
    http://insomniaks.com/coming_soon/ (currently coding)

    ** please note, these sites are not 100% finished, just looking for general feed-back, comments regarding your first impressions of the general website design? **
    Nice work. They are all good looking sites. Nice sharp photography and photoshop work. Clean designs that function well.


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    I like them, good use of colors and the embedded fonts in the navigation are a nice change from the normal run of the mill fonts.

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    Thanks everyone for the positive reviews and feed-back!
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    Is there a reason you code in HTML 4.01 with a mass of tables; as opposed to the generally more adopted (and cleaner) xHTML standard with div/css based layouts? Just wondering.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Akisoft View Post
    Is there a reason you code in HTML 4.01 with a mass of tables; as opposed to the generally more adopted (and cleaner) xHTML standard with div/css based layouts? Just wondering.
    Yes, mainly its just out of preference, familiarity and most important..compatibility.

    The fact of the matter is, there are many CSS enthusiasts who like to knock on HTML/Table Based Designs. And although it does have its pros and cons, we feel the pros far outway the cons. In other-words, tables are far more simple to work with/manage and most important, they work with ALL browsers. So if its not broke, why fix it? Another reason is we encourage many of our clients to manage/maintain their own websites after development. Which is far easier to do when dealing with HTML/Table based designs.
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