Hi Guys,
I just wanted to get some feedback on my new site. I know it's not a "DJ" site, but I just started a new side venture in computer networking. I have been doing this full time for an American Express company, and now have decided to go out on my own. I want to add a page for "installation photos", my certifications, and a link exchange with clients. So tell me guys what do you think of it so far?
www.netpcdoc.com

Not to worry guys, I'm still spinning with Holiday Sounds, and will always be a huge supporter of ADJ/AA.
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I'd give it an 8.5/10...

-- Main page loaded very quickly, can tell it is a highly optimized website with the loading time on a 56k.

-- Very Sleek design, very nice.

-- Try using the Justify setting for the text on the main page. See how that looks.

-- i like this META code:
 <meta HTTP-EQUIV="Expires" CONTENT="Thu, 1 Jan 1970 01:00:00 GMT"> 
lol Razzer boy thats an old page!? Big Grin

-- I would reccomend you to rename the pages from being page2.html, page3.html to be Services1.htm, Services2.htm and so on.

-- on page4.html, the rates page, this:
quote:
$35.00 for First Hour (1hr. minimum)*
was expanded way too far, made it not even look like a sentence. Smiler

-- on page5.html or the "contact us" page a very minor error: (610)377-4203 to (610) 377-4203 or (610)-377-4203

In conclusion a very nice fast loading, optimized, website. Short and straight to the point. Wink
lol Thanks, your right it is old. I have been working on it for quite a while.

1) I really didn't write meta-tags yet.
2) I didn't notice a problem with the rate line. I'll look it over
3) I know I need to rename the pages.
4) I haven't submitted it yet to search engines. I wanted to get the feedback, and put the finishing touches on it first.
5) I'll be sure to fix the phone number. Wink
Very nice Stevie! Loads quick, looks good, clean layout.
Only one grammer error on Home page:
"We handle everything PC upgrades, repairs, and virus removal to Home and Business Network design, implementation, and documentation."

Throw a : after 'everything'. Other than that, nice.

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