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    #41

    Oh lol I am listening to the experts and ignoring the trolling, I asked for an opinion about my website because is business whise to know how others see it, competition is not a problem do you know how many soap, shoes, hostings, SEO, weight loss services, making money online opportunities and more are out there and doing fine? Believe me I have done a lot of research.

    See? that delivery was much better lol

    I am sure you know a lot and I can learn a lot from you.
    Yeah I think you are right about being different I was thinking about giving a big plus for free that no one else is giving even though my service offers benefits that my competition won't.

    I haven't invest much money on this website, but time is money so I get what you say.

    As I said before I will apply all the advice I received here.

    Thanks :)SEMrush
     
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    #42
    Ok, once your website is optimized - where is your traffic going to come from?
     
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    #43
    I was using PPC with eLeavers.com but I was considering media buying, what do you think, what are the best methods and services for targeted traffic? :)
     
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    #44
    What is media buying?

    If you want to talk to an expert on PPC, I recommend Claire Jarrett.
    https://www.facebook.com/claireljarrett?fref=ts

    The best methods for targeted traffic are going to be organic for sure.

    You may be able to squeeze a few leads from social media - but it's going to be tough.

    What keywords are you currently targeting in your PPC campaigns?
     
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    #45
    I will def. talk to him. For my ppc I was using:
    cheap website design
    web design
    web designer
    website design
    web design service
    Landing Page design
    Landing Page designer
    Landing Page design
     
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    #46
    I did a little keyword research for you, and found a couple that might be good for targeting.

    I see your speak Spanish, right?

    How about "que es una landing page"

    I don't know what that means, but it gets around 500 searches per month with hardly any competition

    or you can go with something like "landing page inspiration".

    It gets a little over 700 searches, a little stiffer competition but the CPC is over $6.00.

    You could add a blog and throw some adsense up to make some residual income in between sales.
     
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    :( yeah adwords is really expensive, I do speak spanish lol thank you, now that you mention it I do have an adsense code that I may use maybe for hosting pages or something related, thanks for your suggestions :)
     
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    #48
    It doesn't have to be if you choose the right keywords :)
     
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    #49
    Also, I would recommend branching out your product list.

    Not everyone is going to be ready to shell out a few hundred bucks.

    Try selling information products, mix in some high end affiliate products, etc.

    Also, if your own personal landing pages have created subscriber lists - maybe try solo ads?
     
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    #50
    Useless? Are you serious? He gave very specific pointers to terrible practices on your page. You would do yourself a favor by reading How to ask questions the smart way, especially the section on not reacting like a loser.

    This forum is fragmenting once again into two camps; those with clue and those who jump on the latest shiny whats-it and begin throwing it at the wall to see if it sticks. The last time, the gormless didn't have the baubles they have today, and soon found clue or they went off and sulked until they found another hobby where they could play expert until once again found out. This time around, the toys give the semblance of doing something, even if badly. I expect there will be another awakening, at least until a new shiny is found.

    It's up to you whether you will be a serious, clueful player or just another self-important, gormless hobbyist. Your responses in this thread are not encouraging.

    cheers,

    gary
     
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    #51
    You know, it's funny to see the "what do you think, WAH, I DON'T WANT TO HEAR IT!" response in a thread I've not even commented on yet.

    So far, people have been polite about your steaming pile; when I say "laundry list of how NOT to build a website" -- it's like you back-read every good practice of the past fifteen years and went and did the exact opposite.

    Massive video nobody wants to watch before you even have content to prep the user for what they are doing to encounter, illegible fixed metric (pixel) fonts, inconsistent willy nilly formatting, late load scripttard BS when scrolling, sticky header crap reducing the space to show what's actually important, the CONTENT, pathetically broken attempt at being responsive... and that's just the design aspect. Gibberish document structure with some of the worst abuse of numbered headings I've ever seen further pissing away anything resembling accessibility or graceful degradation -- and it's PAINFUL to watch load since it's taking 13 seconds for JUST the first file request (the HTML document) to respond... and over a minute for it to FINALLY make up it's mind and be displayed. Worse whatever scripttard BS is going on even breaks most of the analysis tools likely meaning the analysis @Phil S did is a severe UNDERESTIMATION of the page size!

    Popping the bonnet to look at the code -- do you even understand what ANY of the tags used in the markup actually MEAN? What they are for? Oh wait, that's like asking if you ever get to the Cloud District.

    No media targets for the endless horde of separate CSS LINK, ridiculously absurd overstuffed keywords meta with ZERO relevence to the document content. It's called keyWORDS, not keyphrases, not keysentences, but keyWORDS -- seven or eight SINGLE WORDS that exist inside BODY you want a slight upranking on -- it should NOT be 2k of saying the same words over and over again in different random jumbles!

    Scripttardery in the markup, static style in the markup, paragraphs around non-paragraph elements, empty heading tags, gibberish heading orders, abuse of form elements outside of forms whilst using scripttardery to do CSS' job, endless pointless DIV and HTML 5tardery for nothing, data attributes out of ignorance of how to leverage markup, elements that are only useful to scripting inlined in the markup, 'figure' around elements that are not scientific or mathematical figures, empty h4 inside figcaption which would NEVER make sense even if they had content (with no H3 for them to be the start of subsections of), comment placements that could be tripping rendering bugs in older browsers...

    It's a poster child for every bad, sloppy and invalid practice in development of the past decade and a half... and ENTIRELY what I've come to expect when the mouth-breathing halfwit idiotic bullshit known as bootcrap gets mixed with the dumbass garbage turdpress has the unmitigated gall to call a website.

    As evidenced by the 48k of markup being used to deliver 5k of plaintext and around a dozen content images, possibly as much as four times the code as should have been used -- hardly a shock then the rest of the page is a bloated slow loading disaster.

    Do yourself and the rest of the world a favor and pitch that entire disaster in the trash, back the **** away from the goofy off the shelf CSS and JS framework idiocy, and take some time to learn how to use HTML and CSS properly as well as to do some research on usability and accessibility.
     
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    Lol you are right :)
     
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    #53
    Lol another worthless comment. I am death serious one thing is being honest to try to help and other trolling, you have to be a fool to think being brutally honest is being disrespectful and trolling. maybe you should read something about people skills before acting like an arrogant maggot that thinks its words are gold. As I said I will take what is useful and ignore what is nonesense. Very simple

    Thanks for participating :)
     
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    Lol you mean "I AM NOT HEARING TROLLING BULL"
    Sigh..More worthless crap, yeah thankfully some of the people here were polite enough to be honest without being trolls and using my post as an excuse to vent their misery and ish "to help me" and in the name of the truth. I mean there is therapy for a reason and selfhelp books.
    Why whould I want all your worthless bag of filth, bleating foal, curdled staggering, dwarf , retarded no good for sh*t bull rants?

    Only a fool would say "you dont know whats wrong you are not good for this" or in your case "sticky header crap reducing the space to show what's actually important" Do all designers started with perfect pages and no errors? That is pure arrogance and bold stupidity, believing that is having the head way too deep in the butt.
    I have seen well stablished designers with worst website, and completely off just because they didn't ask for help to improve maybe affraid of troll and their idiotic comments.

    I don't know anybody who had perfect results being a begginer on something, how stupid is to tell someone that still learning, and humble smart enough to ask for help all that s*ht, even senior designers still learning.

    No I am not feeling debby downers sad *ss bitches nonesense and I will put them in their place.

    My site can be and will be improved and that will be thanks to the people that gave something useful here, I will keep learning and improving and trolls will keep trolling, ranting and hating cough "helping"

    Thanks for your participation anyway... ;)
     
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    That is a great Idea Matt :)
     
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    #56
    Or someone who might actually know what they are talking about and trying to HELP you, but apparently you don't want help or an ACTUAL "brutally frank" response, you want someone to blow smoke up your ass, slap the rose coloured glasses on your head and to tell you everything is going to be all right -- that's not the case here.

    Error free? no... using EVERY BLASTED bad practice and sloppy shortcut of the past fifteen years? No on that count too. You have used broken bloated methodologies, utterly ignored accessibility norms, guidelines and practices, and you then wonder why you are getting the responses you have so far?

    Maybe if instead of going "wah, wah I don't want to hear it" and bloody well LISTENED then you could LEARN and stop being a beginner? Is it that you just don't understand everything you are being told, or are you reacting just out of how it's being said?

    Christmas on a cracker, if you consider ANY of the posts in this thread to be trolling I wonder how you would last more than five minutes in the business world without being reduced to tears. See, THAT was trolling -- and brutally frank honest truth.

    Seriously, all the posts you are calling "useless crap" are FILLED to the brim with good advice and lists of what's wrong; Are you just not understanding that, do you need clarification? Or are you just looking for people to sing Kumbaya around the drum circle with?

    You can make it better, by LISTENING -- Instead of the namby pamby soft wussy "wah, wah they're trolling" reaction, maybe you should ask "Why are they calling it crap?" "What's wrong with a sticky header sucking down screen space", "Why is it wrong to use JavaScript to do things CSS can do?", "why is five megabytes in four to six dozen separate files horrible"...

    But no, instead of asking for clarification and actual help fixing it, you're just saying "Troll" and running away and ignoring good advice just because they are using a few words you don't like. I'm genuinely hoping it's just ignorance or lack of comprehension fueling your reaction.

    Have you read and/or understand the basic concepts of the WCAG? Do you understand why in all but the rarest of circumstances that you should avoid declaring font sizes in pixels? Do you know what elastic layout is? Semi-fluid layout? Separation of presentation from content? Can you write CSS and HTML properly without bootcrap? (Something you should be able to do BEFORE you dive for ANY framework -- which once you understand how to do properly makes you realize how stupid frameworks like bootcrap are!) Do you grasp the fundamentals of semantic markup?

    Let's give you some PRACTICAL examples of what's "wrong" just breaking down the underlying code.

    	<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="http://www.lucrativelandingpages.com/wp-content/themes/limo/css/bootstrap.min.css">
    	<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="http://www.lucrativelandingpages.com/wp-content/themes/limo/css/bootstrap-theme.min.css">
    	<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="http://www.lucrativelandingpages.com/wp-content/themes/limo/css/font-awesome.min.css">
    	<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="http://www.lucrativelandingpages.com/wp-content/themes/limo/css/custom.css">
    	<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="http://www.lucrativelandingpages.com/wp-content/themes/limo/css/jquery.fancybox.css">
    	<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="http://www.lucrativelandingpages.com/wp-content/themes/limo/css/tsc_pricingtables.css">
    
    Code (markup):
    No "media" attributes on CSS that for all intents and purposes is useless on anything other than screen media targets. ALL of those should probably have media="screen,projection,tv" on them, except for the fact you've got six (seven total) separate stylesheets doing the job of ONE -- to the tune of several hundred K of CSS doing less than two dozen K's job... and of course turdpress' classic "absolute URI's for NOTHING" garbage.

    Your keywords meta:
    <meta name="keywords" content="Lead Capture Page Design, professional lead page design, professional lead capture page design, lead capture page design services, lead capture page design prices, lead capture page design pricing, affordable lead capture page design, best lead capture page design, squeeze page design, best squeeze page design, squeeze page design service, professional squeeze page design, squeeze page design price, squeeze page design pricing, affordable squeeze page design, landing page designer, Best landing page designer, Affordable landing page designer, professional landing page designer, landing page designer price, landing page designer pricing, landing page designer, perfect landing page, landing page design cost, effective landing pages, effective landing pages service, effective landing pages price, effective landing pages pricing, responsive landing pages, responsive landing pages service, responsive landing pages pricing, best responsive landing pages, professional responsive landing pages, affordable responsive landing pages, custom landing page, custom landing page service, custom landing page prices, custom landing page pricing, best custom landing page, affordable custom landing page, professional custom landing page, landing page package, best landing page package, affordable landing page package, professional landing page package, professional landing page experts, affordable landing page experts, landing page experts price, landing page experts pricing, landing page experts service, landing page company, Best landing page company, Affordable landing page company, landing page company services, landing page company price, landing page company pricing, squeeze page designer, squeeze page designer service, squeeze page designer prices, squeeze page designer pricing, best squeeze page designer, professional squeeze page designer, affordable squeeze page designer, landing page design, landing page examples, landing page generator, sales page design, landing page optimization, professional lead page design"/>
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    That is ridiculously and painfully overstuffed (and people wonder why I call Yoast trash) As I said above, it's called keyWORDS. Not keyphrases, not keysentences, but keyWORDS - it's supposed to be seven or eight words that exist inside BODY, preferably under 128 characters (some people say keep it under 96). Keywords also work like a word jumble so if you are saying the same word more than once, you're doing it all wrong. Likewise search engines are usually smart enough to do the plurals, posessive and tense variations of words.

    Even just applying the redundancy/variation rule reduces it to these terms:
    lead, capture, page, design, professional, services, price, cost,
    squeeze, custom, landing, company, generator, experts, examples,
    sales, optimization
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    Which would be functionally identical to that mess if it weren't ignored for having too many terms. I would cross-reference those against the text content inside BODY and choose just eight of those that actually exist on the page that I want a slight upranking on. That's what the keywords META is FOR.

    I'm going to skip past the opengraph nonsense (I'd never bother with anything more than the social pic since it's mostly redundant nonsense), the static scripting that has no business on the site, etc, etc... and get right down to the contents of BODY. But needless to say, the rest of the contents of the HEAD tag is the typical disaster of slapping together off the shelf solutions as a sleazy shortcut.

    </head>
    
    <body class="home blog">
    		<header id="header">
    		<section id="headnev" class="navbar topnavbar" >		
    			<div class="container">
    				<div class="navbar-header">
    					<button type="button" class="navbar-toggle" data-toggle="collapse" data-target=".navbar-collapse">
    						<i class="fa fa-bars"></i>
    					</button>
    										
    					<a href="http://www.lucrativelandingpages.com"><img src="http://www.lucrativelandingpages.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/PNG-TM-mini-mi.png" alt="Lucrative Landing Pages" id="logo"/></a>
    
    					
    <!-- DC Pricing Tables CSS -->
    <link type="text/css" rel="stylesheet" href="dreamcodes/pricingtables/css/tsc_pricingtables.css" />
    <!-- DC Pricing Tables JS -->
    <script type="text/javascript" src="dreamcodes/pricingtables/js/tsc_pricingtables.js"></script>
    
    
    
    				</div> <!-- /.navbar-header -->
    
    				<p style="color:#1D5D1D; text-align:right; font-weight:bold; margin-bottom:-1.5em">USA Toll Free: +18774103968 </p>
    				<nav class="collapse navbar-collapse" data-role="navbar">	
    					<ul id="headernavigation" class="nav pull-right navbar-nav">
    						<li class="first">
    							<a class="header" href="http://www.lucrativelandingpages.com/">Home</a>
    						</li>
    
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    If you need classes on body you're probably doing something wrong, there's usually little legitimate reason to put section inside header, much less a double-div for nothing when you already have two block-level containers. The "button" tag is abuse of a form element outside a form and an indication of JavaScript being used to do CSS' job. Again, absolute URI's for no good reason, there's an anchor and img tag doing H1 and image replacement's job.... You've already loaded that second script in the HEAD so there's no reason to do that again, and the LINK tag is invalid inside BODY. (does NOT exist or belong there). On that I suspect blind copy-pasta from a bad source. Then there's a paragraph tag around text that is NOT a grammatical paragraph or flow content, with static style in the markup that I'm so sure makes sense for print, aural or other media targets.

    Good rule of thumb? In all but the RAREST of cases if you are using the style attribute, you're probably doing something wrong. In pretty much EVERY usage scenario I can think of, if you are using the STYLE tag, you ARE doing something wrong.

    Finally the stupid HTML 5 nav tag (not a fan, it's redundant to using numbered headings properly), endless pointless classes for nothing, data- attributes for nothing, and again more absolute URI's just there to waste bandwidth.

    That's one giant train wreck for what I'd probably have written thusly:

    </head><body>
    
    <div id="top"><div class="widthWrapper">
    
    	<h1><a href="/">Lucrative <span>Landing Pages<span></span></span></a></h1>
    	
    	<div class="phone">USA Toll Free: +18774103968</div>
    	
    	<div id="mainMenu">
    		<a href="#mainMenu" class="showMenu"></a>
    		<a href="#" class="hideMenu"></a>
    		<ul>
    			<li><a href="/">Home</a></li>
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    DIV#top as a outer wrapper for fixed positioning if desired (which IF desired should be done from the CSS not using scripttardery) and as the coloured wrapper, the inner div to set a width or padding inset. (probably go with a EM based semi-fluid width).

    H1 is the heading under which everything on the page is a subsection, hence using the site title for that since just like a book or newspaper regardless of presentation you'll find the book title or paper/magazine name as the first heading of EVERY page... keeping in mind that h2 means the start of a subsection of the h1, h3 mark the start of subsections of the h2 before them, etc, etc... Important for keyboard navigation in certain browsers and non-visual UA's -- and why HTML 5's article, nav, section, header and footer are pointless redundancies.

    The first span inside H1 is to allow styling of the text to match the logo when images are blocked or should we want to axe the image when the layout is taken responsive. The second span is for gilder-levin image replacement. If we don't care about IE7/earlier getting the logo you could axe that span in favor of generated content.

    The phone number isn't a grammatically correct complete thought, so it gets a div, not a P. You want it styled, do it in the CSS as that has NO business in the markup.

    The outer DIV for the menu is as the target for the show/hide CSS. (the so called hamburger icon nonsense). NOT that you really have enough menu items to bother with that unless you uncommented all those other ones. The first two anchors will use generated content in the CSS3 responsive layout to add either that uselessly vague show/hide icon or even better, meaningful text in addition to it saying something like "Show menu" and "Hide Menu". Using hash targets pointing at the parent ID and the null hash we can use the :target CSS attribute to show/hide the menu.

    Given the styling I find it highly unlikely those first/second classes are neccessary on the menu items in ANY practical styling scenario.

    Even that small section you've got 1.2k of code doing 0.4k's job. Apply that across the entire page, and that's a hefty chunk of why you're getting the reactions to your question you are.

    ... but again, entirely what most of us have come to expect from broken bloated garbage NOBODY should be using like bootstrap, jquery and letting Wordpress vomit up what it has the giant pair of donkey brass to call markup.

    That markup being a hefty part of what's wrong with it from both a design and accessibility standpoint since that's the foundation on which everything else is built. In many ways it looks like you've been playing with the painting the siding before the foundation was poured -- admittedly the common practice of dicking around with appearance for screen media before you even have content of value is IMHO completely back-assward, and being so common is what has led you down the garden path.

    Bad practices, broken methodologies, and off the shelf solutions have put the saddle on you and are taking you for a ride. If you're going to be building websites YOU should be the one in the saddle, not the tools you are using.

    But you probably don't actually want to hear that all the trendy buzzwords, goofy off the shelf answers and bad advice that's common practice amongst the sleazy scam artists out there have led you down the garden path to failure. You want to learn and stop being a beginner? Grow a skin and learn to LISTEN!

    Some work on your language skills could help too... Twitter-speak mixed with Yodish is not a recipe for success. Failing that, bring in a professional writer -- even just working two or three projects with one can do WONDERS for your skillset; particularly since the original intent of HTML was to create a device neutral way of conveying professionally written documents like whitepapers, legal documents, instruction manuals, scientific papers, research, etc, etc...

    Though you don't want to hear any of that, are going to call this post like every other USEFUL post in this thread "trolling", then in a year will wonder why your site and/or company either folds or ends up in permanent money-pit "also ran" status. There's a reason 90% of web startups fail in their first year.
     
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    Lol delusion is getting you hard if you think your rants were helpful.


    Seems that you don’t get the difference between ranting sh*t powered by trolls and a worthy advice meaning to help, I certanly don’t have time to make a sketch for you... Seems that you are the one who are not getting it.


    No I am not going to praise your ramblings as they were golden when they weren't good for anything but wasting the forum's memory space... You can keep whining about it but that won't change.



    As I said on my post and comments before but seems like your comprehension skills are not at its best right now: I will follow all the useful tips given to me and ofcourse I will diss the rest.


    And pointing again your poor comprehension and analyzing skills, I did say it on my post when the first troll came with its bull: and I will quote myself


    “Please be brutally honest. Not meaning using my post as an excuse to be dicks or trolls, I just would like corrections to make it better :)


    So why I should ask for clarification? What part of “I just would like corrections to make it better” it’s so confusing and hard to understand? Why would you even comment on a post before even reading it? Is that logical? No


    I am glad that some members took the time to actually READ to get what was up and actually helped me.


    After I clearly stated that I am using a Theme you still came up with all that WCAG, the font sizes declared in pixels, elastic layout and blablabla sh*t


    I am using a wordpress theme and it came with CSS, HEAD contents, HTML tags, scripts etc.etc. that I was not able to change too much without messing up the web, the theme came with bootstrap, and the plugins are adding more unecesary code.


    I really needed wordpress for my site, but since I am new with it I needed help to see how it looks like for other people. And to find ways to improve it.

    I made tests with a resolution tester but is not the same.


    Regarding my key phrases there are “long tale key words” which are the smart way to go to hit a specifyc niche and avoid competition with other sites with higher ranks, thought SEO is not profitable with my niche I am still getting decent traffic to my landing pages.


    But obviously you don’t know all that because mr. know it all aka I never did any crap as a beginner (hahahahahaha please) didn’t mind to ask why the site was coded that way. No, you were too bussy ranting all your PRACTICAL bull.



    So sad you had time to scrape my website but not to ask me before jumping into conclusions and writting all this Mongolian clusterfuck.


    Now you see why your comments are worthless and useless to me? Mmm too bad you didn’t follow your own advice and asked before vomiting more crap.


    So I said "thank you though your comment didn’t help me" and you Trolls go all touchy titties, and I need to grow thick skin? ....Lol you better have several sits.



    I guess it should be fun trolling and being "do what I say not what I do", but serioulsy get the facts before rambling and being an angry troll.


    Why would someone get into a post in where a solution was chosen, all the participants where appreciated, just to write all this goofy off the shelf answers and advice that at the end as I showed you were worthless?
    Just because I put some trolls in their place?? Shm... seriously



    So are you going to move on with your life assuming you have one or will you keep ranting and trolling with your useless coments in a post that is already marked as resolved and being butt hurt just because I didn’t find your response useful?


    I will take what is useful and ignore the Boloni point blank period. NO I am not listening to Trolls I hope I made that clear due to repetition. :)
     
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  18. deathshadow

    deathshadow Acclaimed Member

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    Wow, just when I thought the "Engrish moist goodry" in your posts couldn't get any worse. Is English a second language for you? I'm starting to think that's the only logical explanation for your reactions and responses. Half waiting for you to put "me love you long time" in there.

    The only way it could not be helpful is if you don't want to learn to do things properly, don't actually want to improve the site, and don't want to be qualified to make a single relevant decision in the creation of a site. You are sticking your head in the sand like an ostrich.

    Because clearly you don't know what ANYTHING anyone is trying to tell you in this thread actually is... Again I'm suspecting language barrier or such a complete ignorance of how websites are built you aren't even CLOSE to being qualified to make the simplest of decisions about what a website should be or how to build one.

    ... and you let that theme remain inaccessible broken bloated crap WHY? You chose a theme that is obviously broken bloated inaccessible nonsense WHY?

    Probably because you don't know enough about websites to be running one. CLEARLY you do NOT want to make any improvements, CLEARLY you don't give a flying purple fish about anyone actually using said site, and CLEARLY you don't want real traffic through said site. It would be a giant middle finger to users if there was any content of value present upon it.

    There are RULES and GUIDELINES for building websites. NONE of those were followed -- but Joe forbid we dare to point that out to you. Again, do you even know what the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines ARE?!?

    That you would dismiss the fundamentals of accessible design calling them "blablabla sh*t" shows a level of ignorance of what websites are, what they are for, and a level of being willfully obtuse that one cannot help but assume that you WANT to be big giant ignorant failure!

    Except that's NOT what meta[keywords] is FOR, your values make the entire declaration be ignored for keyword stuffing and to be frank, I'd be shocked if inside a month you don't get slapped down right off engines like Google, Yandex or Baidu for abuse! If an exact match does not exist inside <body>, the declaration is ignored. If you have too many terms, the declaration is ignored. WHY? Because SEO-tards abused the piss out of keywords with their scam artist BS a decade ago.

    Hell, a LOT of people think that META is ignored in it's entirety ALL the time, just because they don't use it properly. Again, it's seven or eight words or proper names, that exist as character data inside BODY. That's what it's FOR!!! If you don't have that, you're plowing your website asunder.

    You want "long tail" put it in the bloody text! That's NOT what that META tag is for! ANYONE telling you that's acceptable doesn't know enough about websites to be flapping their ignorant yap on the topic!

    ... and to be frank, whoever made that template falls into that same category! Has NO business making code for themselves much less others.

    If you aren't understanding this, you haven't learned enough to have a website, run a website, or (this is the real laugh) be building websites for others... What's the TOPIC of that site again? I pity anyone DUMB ENOUGH to get a site from you.

    Yup, apparently you don't know enough to have a website, manage a website, build a website, improve a website, and you quite clearly have ZERO interest in gaining ANY of that knowledge. You don't seem to actually care about people using it, the standards on which things should be built, or any of the other things you actually SHOULD care about if you want to be anything more than a snake oil doctor packing people full of sand in this field. Seriously if you don't care about any of the things that have been outlined in the posts in this thread that you took offense to, do the world a favor, back the **** away from the keyboard, and go flip burgers or something!

    But, I guess sometimes we just have to accept that Ron White is correct; you can't fix stupid.

    Have fun with your train wreck of asshattery that should be discarded in it's entirety, mated to your unwillingness to learn what you actually need to in order to have ANY business making a website.

    I'm so sure you'll go far with that...
     
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  19. PoPSiCLe

    PoPSiCLe Illustrious Member

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    @bussw83 : I haven't read the entire thread, as I find the whole thing idiotic, but you clearly don't want suggestions to make your site better - you've just, in your last post, stated EVERY SINGLE THING that makes the site not work as well as it should, and you also refuse to do anything about it - why, I don't know, but I'm guessing lack of knowledge. You have a theme using bad code and bloated methodologies, and you can CHANGE THAT THEME - it's most likely released under an open license (unless you've paid for one, if so, I'm sorry for you) and you can do whatever the fuck you want with it.
    As for @deathshadow, he's not dicking around, but to call him a troll is a bit far fetched - in that case, you have no clue what a troll is.
    It might benefit you to listen to those on the forum with a BIT more knowledge than you when it comes to coding, coding standards, web-standards and best-practice - mostly because then you don't look like an idiot trying to defend a broken pile of manure. Again, I haven't bothered going through the whole thread, but I can tell you this much: if your site depends on Bootstrap to work properly, it's not working properly, and a rewrite of both the code rendered and the CSS would probably benefit you greatly.
     
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  20. Karen May Jones

    Karen May Jones Prominent Member

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    Really that is all you can do. Take from it what you understand and what you are capable of doing, and learn as you go along. Yes, you have some work ahead of you. But you can get it under control with some tweaking or maybe another theme if you cant get that one leveled out. There was some really good advice given way back in the thread about you offering some "freebies" and what not to build your list. - And dont forget the advice I gave you about offering a CHEAP service for the hesitant and/or financially weak webmasters ;).
     
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