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  1. #1
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    Please review website for my customer

    http://www.alphateq.net
    is the website I am creating for my customer.

    He is a small business owner - has no employees.
    His area of service is approximately a 30 mile radius from his home. (Southern Orange County in California). He goes to the customer.
    What he wants including the gold and royal blue colors, you can see from the 5 pages.
    I need a third color. Not sure if the one I've selected is too bright.

    I need to know more about SEO META keywords. I have Googled and got nothing but confused. There are so many META tags, I don't know if I need them all.

    I know logo is lousy. Am waiting for customer to give me a new one.

    My css could use some work. Can META tags be put in the css?

    Customer likes cartoons.

    I think the rest is ok

    Background: I've had 2 semesters of XHTML training through the local college. I've had previous training in HTML. My personal page is http://www.cableguymom.com. The first part is family, the second part about the Author was the webpage required for the semester final. So, I've had some training.

    I need your help as there is no one else I can ask. There are no fellow students as I took my course online.

    I thought I had the great expertise to make a page for a business owner. Well, NOT!!! But I have started it, and need to finish it.

    Any help or direction you can give me would be greatly appreciated.

    Cheyenne

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    No offense but i would start again from scratch. The blue background is highly overpowering and the layout needs to be drastically altered. Images need alot of editing.

    Just put meta tags in the head of the html if you need to

  3. #3
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    Umm.. yeah, I think you got a little over your head in creating a business website after such little experience. But no worries, you can still make the best of it by hard work and you will learn a lot in the process.

    Come to think of it, I think you should rely on a ready-made template on this one. You can browse a suitable one from http://www.oswd.org/ and modify it to your needs. For some SEO information, read the following article http://www.456bereastreet.com/archiv..._optimisation/.

    After all that, I would recommend some more good reading at http://www.webstandards.org/ to really get the party started.

    Have fun.

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    I like your ideas, Mania. Can start on Thursday to work on them. I already see a site I like and I think the customer will like.
    Rounded2 in www.oswd.org. Thank you.

    Yea, the party is really going to start now. I do want to learn!!

  5. #5
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    Mania, I am not finished, but I working on the site. www.alphateq.net
    what do you think now?

    Cheyenne

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