Discussion in 'tMP Website of the Month' started by Di, Nov 2, 2006.
Voting now open ladies and gentlement for Web Site of the Month, November 2006.
Beacontree for me
Please excuse my spelling, I ment Becontree
What happened about West Mercia Police Band as it got seconded before the deadline
I think the rules say max 5 bands each month
Made the poll for the second time!
I would just like to point out a few things about the marshfield band site that i have spent so long refining. I think that before you vote you should consider a few of these points that my not be apparent just by looking at the site.
I designed the site to web standards. This means that it it currently passes prioity 2 of the W3c web standrds for accessibility.
I have provided a mobile phone version of the site.
It has been developed for quick loading and easy navigation, and had been tested on multiple browsers for compatibility using XHTML/CSS markup.
run any site through this tester and you will see if your site confirms or not.
Good luck all.
Ours is built entirely from scratch by my Dad in CSS -all self taught.
Likewise with ours - www.royalwelshband.com I have self-taught myself web design, and offered to do the Band's website - with some specific guidelines such as using the Regimental colours as the basis for it (hence the Blue, Green and Red look), and also what I could and could not include (for example, we can not include a list of members on there, nor can we put a list of concert performances for security reasons).
If anyone has looked at the site and has any feedback on it, I would be very interested to hear your comments so that I can continue to improve the site in the future.
Come on NMYBB - different, but good.
Sorry for going off-topic for a second, but I keep seeing posts relating to the NMYBB site using the word 'different'. Different to what exactly?
the navigation is certainly "different"! :-?
I've voted for the Hatfield website as my mate Chiephonium and family play for them!
P.S. Well done at St Helens!
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