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Great example of how NOT to design a site!

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While the graphics are good, they're too large for an 800x600 screen, and everything takes forever to load on a T1 connection -- imagine what it must be like on a dial-up!
-- Dave K.

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You are right

In reply to: Great example of how NOT to design a site!

You are right. It is noty the way to design a website. How is anyone going to find the things they need is you are using Flash? Did you read the meta tags for the website? I couldn't believe them.

Dave, Just for the record, I sat there for 9 minutes and had 33% done when I got disconnected by my dial-up modem. That would mean that it would take approx 27 minutes to download on a 56k modem. I'd never hang around a website that takes that long to load.

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