> http://www.ratking.co.uk Home Page ========= 1. I'd make your navigation buttons rollovers. They look a little bit 90's static. 2. The pink text is difficult to read (it's moderatly sunny outside and there is some monitor glare, but I'd still increase the background/text contrast - same applies to some of the other pages too). FAQ === 1. .com, .net, .org are all the same price anywhere I've looked. 2. You're explaining what hosting is... if I had a band and wanted a site, to be honest, I really wouldn't care what hosting was. I think maybe your FAQ should take more of a "What is a website going to do for our band?", "Can people download our music?", "Can we update it with dates of gigs ourselves?", etc. kind of approach. All that technical stuff could really go in Terms and Conditions document that details exactly what the client will get. 3. "When you sign up with an ISP such as Freeserve you automatically receive some free web space and it will be cheaper to use this initially if you don't want me to host your site" You sound a bit on the desperate side there. If I was you, I'd decide how I'm going to do the site. Sort out your hosting, and offer that to your client. Don't start giving them cheaper options elsewhere. You're losing mark-up. Additionally, if they've got a Freeserve account, it's their business to bring it to your attention, not vice versa. 4. On the "who owns the website" issue, you might want to state that you own the copyright. 5. How do you justify 70 quid for a couple of pages? Seriously, it's like walking into a garage and having a salesperson tell you that you can have this brand spanking new car for £500... 6. You shouldn't need to explain why your sites will be better than one's done for 30 quid with Frontpage. Your portfolio is there for that. 7. "Can we sell..." - don't talk about it later. If it's a service you're offering, sort out what it's about and get details of it on your site. 8. Issues regarding allowable content belong in Terms & Conditions. Furthermore, get the clients their own hosting so that you won't be sued. Domains ======= 1. "means that you own the name, not just rent it from a company." You can't buy a domain name; you can only rent it. I want a site ============= 1. Good form. Maybe find out more details about their band though... Links ===== 1. Maybe space out the links by a line or two. Hope this helps. Cheers, -Ross ____________________________________________________ ross lynch | me at rosslynch.com | +353 (0)87 9683368 ____________________________________________________ Nicht auf dem Teppich, Mann!