Looking for comments -
Don't hate me cuz I'm beautiful...
This is a review of the http://www.goboatingamerica.com/video.asp.
First, i assume i am to be in an area called "page not found".
Very nicely done page. If a customer has wandered off, you have clearly invited them back on track. Really good.
I ran the links. They all work.
I like the verticle alignment of the form data input area and the use of a shaded area to delineate the requested data.
I do not find anything wrong. Or that I would do differently (if I had thought of it).
When moving through the links, I thought the archives were very nice with the cover of the issue. Sometimes I may recall a cover and not the month of a magazine.
since i am on dsl, someone might comment on the speed. also how the page looks and feels on another size screen.
Thanks for the plesant journey.
win98/2 ie5+, dsl,80 meg ram, 17 inch sony.
very nice layout, I quite like it.
Theres way tooooo much space at the bottom I think you pressed enter too many times or it could be table settings!
The page took long to load on 56K but still its good!
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I don't get it! Are some of you getting the error page for our homepage?
Our loading page is an ASP page. Anyone know if that causes problems?
error page comes up as the entry page yes.
the site: beautiful.
one query though..a couple of the pages had no mouseovers on the menu links...the rest did - keep it consistent.
I really like the page - great layout, colors, etc.
Let me reiterate the problem on several pages - too much spacing at the bottom of the page - other than that - it looks great.
I had trouble getting into the video page at first, but realized that your link to the page had a period at the end of the link, thus causing the "page not found." After that - the video was fine. http://www.goboatingamerica.com/video.asp
Load time was good - but I'm running - DSL, 196 Ram, NT, IE5
Lots of graphics - will be much slower on 56K or slower.