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gramae
 
 
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New school website

Post by gramae »

New school website replacing earlier 2015 design
http://www.leeston.school.nz
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Re: New school website

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gramae wrote: Sun Jun 19, 2022 7:29 pm New school website replacing earlier 2015 design
http://www.leeston.school.nz
Clean Design but you could have a been a bit more adventurous with the choice of font and layout...
Running WYSIWYG Web Builder since 2007...
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Re: New school website

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Hi
Font and layout required by Leeston school.
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Re: New school website

Post by wwonderfull »

As it is a school website. I think the website could have much more content and images to make it more presentable. As @zinc said more adventurous.
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Re: New school website

Post by gramae »

Hi
All content and images are supplied by the school along with instructions concerning layout etc.
I could ignore this and make it more "adventurous" and loose a customer, but prefer not to.
THE CUSTOMER IS ALWAYS RIGHT :D
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Re: New school website

Post by wwonderfull »

Well when you do it for the $ there isn't enough adventure :D you are right.
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Re: New school website

Post by Lasa »

Looks good... I would size and optimize the Lynda Taylor image, it's huge at 1521x1901 1.66 mb, but the size viewed is 388x449 by the browser.
If sized and optimized it would be 388x449 and under 40k. It would look exactly the same on a screen but load immediately.
Food for thought,
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Re: New school website

Post by benkn »

I would build a contact form. wysiwyg makes it easy enough to do.

you can/should still post an email address, though I would leave it as simple text, rather than opening an email hander


The form is easier for the users and looks better and more professional.
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Re: New school website

Post by gramae »

Hi
Thanks for the comments, I have resized image, thanks.
School has requested that there is no contact form.
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