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Old 09 Oct 2003, 12:37 pm
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hello all, heres our clubs web site check out the pics on there from our dealership show last sunday heres the link
www.richmondcountymopars.com

let me know what you think
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Old 09 Oct 2003, 12:57 pm
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Nice job Bob. Good to see folks taking care of their MOPAR's
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Old 09 Oct 2003, 04:39 pm
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Not bad at all.

I would lose the mouse trailer on the front page. It acts like an image, you browser wants to display everything it can so on the index page when ya move the mouse toward the scroll bar suddenly your page is 3 times as wide. There's nothing out there it's just making an allowance for the mouse trailer.

You've got a dead link in the center column of your calendar page (the little calendar pic with "Calendar" underneath it). Gives a 404 error.

Layouts pretty decent but your footers look a little jumbled. Your designer makes some good use of tables for the general layout just need to apply it to the footers to keep 'em organized.

Also if you're going to include thumbnail views of images they should be true thumbnails. Some of the larger images are scaled down using the size attributes within the html. That's bad for two reasons; first your viewers still have to download the full size image regardless of the dimension tags (slows your site load time) and secondly using the size attributes in the img tag to resize an image also degrades the image quality. Makes turn around on getting images up a little bit longer but will make it look a good deal more polished.

Layout is good though and the picture quality is better than most sites I've come across.

Good job!
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Old 09 Oct 2003, 05:32 pm
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I like it! It that you Bob Ryan? Finally get to put a face with a name.
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Old 09 Oct 2003, 05:38 pm
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yes thats me !! we are always looking for new members we welcome pt cruisers !! mike with gold dream is a member of our club and is the director of pt cruisers of the richmond county mopars anyone interested you can email me about joining us !!
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