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The layout was choosen for its proven SEO value. It is the first time in 4 years of the site that I have put SEO concerns above usability. But after the old template and design was such a rankings disaster, it is time to go with something I know works and has a track record behind it.
Thank you for all the support you have given to me and the site in the past. I hope I can continue to earn your patronage and serve the SEO community in the future.
New newsletter this week or next.
The Design and Development page is a little out of wack - looks like you forgot to close a font tag or H tag - all the words are HUGE
On the sign up for the newsletter where it says 'press the ol submit button' the ol should be ol' (with that apostrophe)
Under the downloadable scripts you missed a 'g' in logger for Traxis.
just one thing. I think the text link on top of THESE pages to SEW was more effective.. it reminded me to check every so often. The SEW graphic looks neat, but not as enticing to click, (for me anyway)... Some new people wont know what SEW actually stands for. (maybe incorporate some text onto the grpgihc as well)
A text link is better eh? I'm kinda split on it. I may switch it back, or I might start rotating it with non-profit webmaster related links. I'm not real worried about clicks out of her back to SEW. All the regulars know me and the site. I just wanted a splash of color up there. I don't view this as a loss leader for SEW, I consider SEW a loss leader for here :)
Thanks for the feedback.
Ya, I gave up hope of perfect html. Since most of my sites are dyno generated, that's a whole new degree of difficulty. Doing up code in an editor is one thing, but generating it on the fly out of several programs is difficult at times. The most common problem is the stray table row or cell here or there.
Still looking for a worthy html validator (htmlvalidator.com is probably the best out there, but there are some things I don't care for in it.