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    Facebook? Jst saying, you should look at this guys page....

    Home you don't mind Rennie, but thats some awesome looking woodcraft...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent Dowell View Post
    Home you don't mind Rennie, but thats some awesome looking woodcraft...

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    Thanks Brent!

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    Rennie - I went and looked at your web site and have a couple of suggestions.

    1. The font you used is almost unreadable on my browser (Chrome). The text is black with a white shadow and it's extremely hard to read.

    2. You don't give your location. I occasionally get requests from people who live far from me. Once the shipping cost is given to them, the deal falls apart. I've put a statement at the beginning of my web site warning people about the problem and it's cut down on the long distance requests I used to get. It's just a time sink giving estimates when you're pretty sure it won't work out.

    Example, I shipped a rocker from California to Florida and it was $600+.

    Good luck on your business.

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    I agree.

    With both Brent and Mike. (I'm seeing the unreadable font of Firefox and IE, too.)
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    To be fair, the website does say under construction, so perhaps this feed back will be helpful?

    But I was intending more to point us at Rennies facebook page, which does have a pretty nice looking photo album
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent Dowell View Post
    ...But I was intending more to point us at Rennies facebook page, which does have a pretty nice looking photo album
    No dispute there. Great work indeed.
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    Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful.
    PM sent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Henderson View Post
    Rennie - I went and looked at your web site and have a couple of suggestions.

    1. The font you used is almost unreadable on my browser (Chrome). The text is black with a white shadow and it's extremely hard to read.

    2. You don't give your location. I occasionally get requests from people who live far from me. Once the shipping cost is given to them, the deal falls apart. I've put a statement at the beginning of my web site warning people about the problem and it's cut down on the long distance requests I used to get. It's just a time sink giving estimates when you're pretty sure it won't work out.

    Example, I shipped a rocker from California to Florida and it was $600+.

    Good luck on your business.

    Mike
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    I agree.

    With both Brent and Mike. (I'm seeing the unreadable font of Firefox and IE, too.)
    Quote Originally Posted by Brent Dowell View Post
    To be fair, the website does say under construction, so perhaps this feed back will be helpful?

    But I was intending more to point us at Rennies facebook page, which does have a pretty nice looking photo album
    Some time ago I upgraded my website authoring software and made a few small changes to the gallery and, when I uploaded it, the entire site disappeared! So, I can't see what you're seeing! When I go to my site all I see is a blank page, all white, nothing.

    actually, I'm in the process of rebuilding the entire thing with the new software so I do appreciate any input. I'll keep an eye on the font issue. Thanks.
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    Nice FB page.

    I checked your other page and all I get is white also. Running Firefox, if that helps.

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    I run IE 8 and get the same thing.
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