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    Review our site

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    An in-depth review is something i don't got time for today. However i can say that your site being table-based is not really sending the right signal, considering the buisness you are in.

    Another issue would be your header, its simply taking up to much space, and it makes your site look like its over-advertising its own offers.


    Your Testimonials section could do with an update, you should instad allow a forum-like feedback section, where clients/members can add feedback, and other clients can comment on feedback. A forum wouldn't hurt either, you could even optionally make the Testimonials section a seperate forum.

    It may seam like a lot of work, but I'm sure it would pay off in the long run.

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    I suggest building your pages with xHTML strict and css.
    also make sure you unescape all &'s etc.
    try and use css to position your page and always give all the divs a name. even if its "div_1".

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    I agree with BlueBoden in the sense that you need to get away from tables and stick to div tags and CSS as your foundation. On the other hand, having a large header like that is cool, but if you are wanting customers to read your text to gather information then I would do away with that, but if the text is strictly there for Google's sake, then it's fine.

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    There is no reason to use XHTML unless you really need to, I.E. mixing different xml based languages and so on. Thats something only a few websits needs.

    If you are really interested, a good place to start would be: http://www.w3.org/MarkUp/2004/xhtml-faq#advantages

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    always give all the divs a name. even if its "div_1".
    (emphasis mine)
    I must disagree with this. If you are naming your divs, there should be a reason for naming them, be it a contextual reason or a structural reason (and most names should follow the same reasoning). If you just need control of it stylistically, classing is better than naming.
    Eric Adler (tonsofpcs)
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    all divs need a name to make a valid (x)html page.

    i'm talking about all of those un-named divs.

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    all divs need a name to make a valid (x)html page.
    Really? I must be reading the DTD wrong then... oh well.
    Eric Adler (tonsofpcs)
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    your both sites look very good ...try to add more content
    this brings traffic

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    Really? I must be reading the DTD wrong then... oh well.
    lol I could be wrong but i can't be bothered to check

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