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Own website created – C&C welcome

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  • markbooysen
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    Post count: 124

    G’day,

    I have attempted to create my own website, would appreciate any comments/improvement ideas as VERY new to this!

    http://markbooysen.com/

    Thanks

  • elsahoffmann
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    Post count: 3704

    I LOVE the new clean look and feel of the site!

  • Peter Connan
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    Post count: 813

    Nice site and gallery.

    If I may:
    1) a little bit of additional info would be nice. Just the English names for the birds in the Avian gallery, and perhaps locations in the Landscape gallery?
    2) Personally, I have an issue with the typical “contact request”. I much prefer websites where the contact information (phone number or preferably e-mail address) is supplied. I realize this constitutes a risk, but I much prefer being able to send a normal e-mail to having to fill in a questionaire.

  • markbooysen
    Participant
    Post count: 124

    Thanks Elsa & Peter…

    Peter, I am in agreement in terms of the names in the gallery but I am struggling getting a decent text colour – it is a “dull” grey that is hardly readable…

    Let me work some more on it …

  • elsahoffmann
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    Post count: 3704

    @peter Connan 297348 wrote:

    Nice site and gallery.

    If I may:
    1) a little bit of additional info would be nice. Just the English names for the birds in the Avian gallery, and perhaps locations in the Landscape gallery?
    2) Personally, I have an issue with the typical “contact request”. I much prefer websites where the contact information (phone number or preferably e-mail address) is supplied. I realize this constitutes a risk, but I much prefer being able to send a normal e-mail to having to fill in a questionaire.

    Peter I agree on the contact – but the reasons for using a contact form is two fold – firstly – spam – and secondly – it creates a data base for the photographer (not that most use it anyway) but it offers the website owner the opportunity at least – and we are looking at this from the owner’s point of view – not yours and mine :). I usually do both. But ya – the SPAMMMMMMM

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