[thelist] Request for site check

Michael McGlynn mcglynn at flash.net
Sat Nov 17 08:44:26 CST 2001

i hate pop up windows when i first enter a site. Why do u need it? Just
present that information on the home page.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Eric Miller" <ericmiller at mediaone.net>
To: <thelist at lists.evolt.org>
Sent: Wednesday, November 07, 2001 10:24 PM
Subject: [thelist] Request for site check

> I have validated the html and found several problems. Apparently IE is
> forgiving than I thought. I will start cleaning it up ASAP.
> However, since what I'm looking for is a check on look-and-feel and
> usability, I'll ask anyway. If anyone is willing to take a look as it is
> now, please do so. If not, I'll wait until the html passes muster and
> request a site check then.
> Isaac mentioned several levels of response I can expect:
> - Fluffy and dishonest
> - Casual and brief
> - Harsh and detailed
> I would prefer "harsh and detailed", but I'll take whatever I can get. I
> understand and appreciate that people are taking valuable time away from
> their lives when then do this.
> One thing I'm concerned about is the banner location. It's rather large
> I'm not sure how to work it in (if at all). I should also mention some
> limitations I am working with. The site is almost totally static html. I
> using JavaScript to fake server-side includes and the event calendar is
> pulled in on the client side from a web server on my home computer.
> The site is http://members.cac.net/sjec. I did have a better URI, but
> someone forgot to pay the bill as I discovered tonight when I tried to
> validate the html online (Argh!).
> Thanks in advance,
> Eric Miller
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