800x600 should be eliminated, and yet it's the most widely used resolution?
Maybe for a personal or design site, something like that, resolution wouldn't matter, but your site is for a hosting company, and I think that since 800x600 is the most widely used, it would be best to make your site work for that rather than making it work for what you like. What's important is what your viewers see, not what you see.
i really hope your kidding, because anyone that is getting webhosting most likely is gonna be making a website, and nobody underlined nobody can work in 800x600 its to crappy with its pixelated images.
While 800x600 does suck, the entire world has not been blessed with 17 inch monitors like a lot of us. I know that on my family's 15 inch monitor, 800x600 is the perfect size (and I used to have to design in it.), whereas on my 17 incher, I prefer 1024x768.
Now, 600x480... That should have never existed.
However, back on topic, wow. It's clean and nice, and blue. I like blue. And that's a cool blue!
A little proofreading:
We know it's hard ...
We are not like some of our competitors. Unlike them, we actually care about our customers, and they aren't just a flow of money to us
This seems a little redundant. I would combine these to say, "Unlike some of our competitors, we actually care about our customers. They aren't just a flow of money to us." Actually, that part feels awkward, too, but I can't think of how to fix it.
rest assured that
We are a leader in providing high quality shared web hosting at amazingly low prices
(no comma needed)
We are always trying to expand our range of services to better serve our customers, but at the same time we are always open to suggestions.
I think this should read "We are always trying to expand our range of services and are always open to suggestions." After all, one would hope the expansion would be to better serve the customers. ^^
Originally posted by spyderx i really hope your kidding, because anyone that is getting webhosting most likely is gonna be making a website, and nobody underlined nobody can work in 800x600 its to crappy with its pixelated images.
Really? That's funny, most of the web hosting sites I see here are made to fit 800x600, along with many of the websites I visit on a regular basis. Apparently quite a few people are able to work in 800x600, despite it being so crappy and pixelated.