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Just got a new site

Postby clintfloyd » Thu Jan 14, 2010 2:29 pm

Howdy!
Recently, I decided to have another site which compiles an array of downloads.
Check it out:
http://www.theonestopapp.com
Content downloads are based on the crawled links found on other sites so, yeah.

Comments, feedback, suggestions? This is a brand new site so you can't find it when searched. Google is not yet crawling on my site. And by the way, do you have any suggestions about the SEO thingy? I just don't know what to do to improve my ranking.
Thanks!
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Re: Just got a new site

Postby Max » Fri Jan 15, 2010 2:33 am

The design is very good, though watchout - linking to pirated material is against most hosts' T&C :P

I would say the text in the 3 coloured buttons should be bigger/bolder, as should be the buttons on the top.

Also, there should be more padding on the bottom of the navigation box, as the text presently touches the border (on firefox + adblock).
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Re: Just got a new site

Postby clintfloyd » Thu Jan 21, 2010 10:52 pm

Thanks scm! :) Don't worry about T&C ;)
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Re: Just got a new site

Postby alicego » Sat Jul 24, 2010 8:08 am

:lol: that is nice, like it.. :mrgreen:
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Re: Just got a new site

Postby DaveBusey » Sat Aug 07, 2010 5:23 am

I just notice sited your new web "theonestopapp." How did I miss it before? It's a good start. Congratulations, and please continue. I'll look at it again in the future, for sure.
Anyway, that runmeter app is a complete dream come true. I've heard of a bike gadget which does many simlar things, but this looks like a really well-thought-out program for running fanatics.
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Admin, where are you?! WTF?! m?..

Postby DwachNess » Tue Jan 11, 2011 10:45 pm

that is nice like it..


dont kidding me, folks!

ANY QUESTIONS???
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Frames are evil??

Postby nevermore » Mon Oct 24, 2011 5:43 am

For years I've been using a frameset, where I can have in one frame a strip of links, thumbnails, or whatnot, and in another frame the viewer that shows the result, and the thumbnails can be scrolled while the viewer doesn't.

But recent years I've heard nothing but bad things about frames, so I tried to redo the page using CSS. And in firefox it worked ok, except that when I click on a thumbnail thats near the bottom, the scroll resets. Bigger trouble in MSIE8, which ignores about half of the CSS styles.

Any thoughts about the pros and cons of switching from frameset to CSS,
(for a site like www.hodgepodge.liway.com)

Did I already post this question somewhere? I don't remember
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