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Discussion in 'Websites' started by yeadh, Feb 5, 2018.

  1. #1
    Here is Our New Website for Our Company. How is it?
    SEMrush
    Give me your valuable comments.

    Website URL: http://crazywolf.me/

    We are also taking orders. If you have any projects you can give us the chance to taking care of your websites.

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    #2
    1) We create killer design is not responsive.
    2) Try giving a different color to the header background to separate it from the banner design.
    3) When you click on a link say services the page scrolls in a way that the top banner gets overlapped.
     
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    deathshadow Acclaimed Member

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    Seems a little slow loading for what's on (or more specifically NOT on) the page. The 43 separate requests on a page that seems to have only 2k of plaintext and a single content media element doesn't bode well.

    Massive space wasting banner area just pushes content of value below the fold even at 2560x1440. Mixed with the logo in the background pushed HALF off one side of the screen that's entire area looks broken at every resolution. Figure in the goofy animated rubbish that adds NOTHING of value to the page (whilst likely consuming bandwidth and battery life) that whole mess is the first thing I'd axe.

    The font size behavior is broken for large font/120dpi users in Firefox. At first I thought you used px but testing in Chrome (well, Vivaldi) it does scale, so before I even look at the code I can tell you used REM instead of EM. REM is too new, too unreliable, and in some browsers doesn't even work for the target audience of REM/EM -- so convert all that to EM. If you're changing the font-size often enough that EM becomes unweildy, you're doing something WRONG with your font sizes!

    The "sticky header" is an annoyance on small displays as you're sucking down screen real-estate that would be better used to SHOW CONTENT! Even on desktop it is no winner particularly since over some backgrounds it makes the menu hard/impossible to read, dropping below accessibility minimums.

    Likewise the goofy hover effects on several areas that are NOT user interactable? Again counterintuitive and an epic /FAIL/ at web development. If the user can't click on subsections like that entire "our services" section what the **** are you animating them for?!? Much less in their non-hovered state those little corner brackets look more like a rendering error than intentional design.

    Your use of numbered headings fails to conform to either the working HTML 4/earlier model or the theoretical unlikely to ever be properly supported HTML 5 model -- despite the wasteful presence of HTML 5's idiotic halfwitted NAV and SECTION tags. This pretty much breaks keyboard and non-visual navigation, as well as flips the bird at "real" on-page SEO.

    Digging into the code you've got multiple charset meta, multiple viewport meta (the latter of which breaks layout on mobile), overstuffed keywords meta with zero relevance to the page content guaranteed to get you slapped down by search. It's called keyWORDS, not keyphrases, not keysentences, keyWORDS, seven or eight SINGLE WORDS or proper names that exist between <body> and </body> as plaintext you want a slight upranking on. It's not a huffing word-jumble you just blindly stuff!!! Might also help if your description meta wasn't still placeholder text since that's what shows on your SERP listing.

    From there it's a great deal of what I expect from turdpress: DIV soup and semantic gibberish. Static style in the markup, static scripting in the markup, blocking scripts like GA in the <head>, endless pointless scripttardery adding nothing of value to the page, endless pointless DIV for NOTHING, endless pointless classes for NOTHING, absolute URI's for NOTHING, again those stupid pointless HTML 5 tags for NOTHING, Scripting doing CSS' job, presentational clas... sniff... sniff... hey, you smell something?

    So you walked by the turdpress and got some bootcrap along the way. So in other words OF COURSE the HTML is epic /FAIL/ at web development. Go find a stick to scrap that off with before you go tracking it all over the Internet's carpets.As I'm always saying the ONLY thing you can learn from halfwitted frameworks like Bootcrap is how NOT to build a website -- and the code for that site is a poster child for this; 22k of gibberish to deliver 2k of plaintext and ONE content image? That's not even 8k of markup's JOB!!!

    It's also pure comic gold you're wasting the bloated train wreck of developer ineptitude and ignorance that is turdpress on a single page site with a single contact form... but what can one expect when you're advertising the sleazy back-assward scam artist BS of "PSD to markup".

    The "Engrish moist goodry me love you long time" could use some work too. Get a professional writer in there to punch up your copy -- or at least try dragging it into making sense.

    So... needs a LOT of work, laundry list of how NOT to build a website; sadly that's also ENTIRELY what I expect from monuments to the stupidity of mankind such as turdpress and bootcrap.

    Side note, this isn't the site review area, and yes there is one on these forums!
     
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    sarahk iTamer Staff

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    #4
    @deathshadow has pretty much got it covered.

    upload_2018-2-6_8-48-16.png

    So few words, so much that needs fixing.

    My big question - if you're into "Killer Design" why didn't you use one on the site?

    Your portfolio should include some of those clients and show how you've grown their businesses

    upload_2018-2-6_8-50-54.png
     
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    Spoiltdiva Prominent Member

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    When I first came aboard I decided to try and read some of the posts that @deathshadow made. I figured that by doing this I would learn stuff, I have. Back then I was lucky if I understood 20% of what he was going on about. I am proud to announce that these days I can comprehend about 75%, I am getting better.......:)
     
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    Particularly when the stock templates featured are as bad if not worse than your main site, since if you' don't know what's wrong with this:

        <div id="preloaders">
    		<div class="loader-inner ball-scale-multiple"><div></div><div></div><div></div></div>
    	</div>
        <div id="wrapper">
    		<div class="top-border"></div>
    		<header id="header" class="header">
                <div class="container">
                    <div class="row mb-5">
                        <div class="col-md-12">
                            <nav class="navbar yamm navbar-default">
                                <div class="container-full">
                                    <div class="navbar-table">
                                        <div class="navbar-cell">
                                            <div class="navbar-header">
                                                <a class="navbar-brand" href="index.html"><img src="images/logo.png" alt="Ova"></a>
                                                <div>
                                                    <button type="button" class="navbar-toggle collapsed" data-toggle="collapse" data-target="#bs-example-navbar-collapse-2">
                                                        <span class="sr-only">Toggle navigation</span>
                                                        <span class="fa fa-bars"></span>
                                                    </button>
                                                </div>
                                            </div><!-- end navbar-header -->
                                        </div><!-- end navbar-cell -->
    
                                        <div class="navbar-cell stretch">
                                            <div class="collapse navbar-collapse" id="bs-example-navbar-collapse-2">
                                                <div class="navbar-cell">
                                                    <ul class="nav navbar-nav navbar-right">
    Code (markup):
    Do the world a favor, back the **** away from the keyboard, and go take up something a bit less detail oriented like macramé... since that's a 2k train-wreck of ineptly slopped together nonsense doing the job of 160 bytes:

    
    <div id="top">
    	<h1><a href="/">Green</a></h1>
    	<input type="checkbox" id="mainMenuShowHide">
    	<label for="mainMenuShowHide"></label>
    	<ul id="mainMenu">
    
    Code (markup):
    (and no, you don't need NAV if you bother using numbered headings properly!)
     
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    #7
    Thanks For your feedback.
    I will fix the issues :)

    @deathshadow Thanks For Reviewing my work and really I need more practice.
    You did a great review of this work and you spend your valuable time to reviewing my work.
    Thank you again.

    Thanks @deathshadow I will improve my skill.
    Your reviews help me a lot. Now I understand I need to struggle more and more.
     
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