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We re-did our site after 4 years.

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by DWHS.net, Oct 10, 2003.

  1. DWHS.net

    DWHS.net Well-Known Member
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    Hello,

    I know the cpanel forum is more for technical jumbo but I like this forum better then most others, for whatever reason. So I thought I would try this like I would on a normal forum.

    No big deal but we changed our site today, (after almost four years) here is the old:

    http://dwhs.net/dwhs1.jpg

    The new is up at http://dwhs.net

    This is not a way to get a measly extra 10 hits today, just some input on the new design or whatever would be cool.

    Thanks,

    -Charles

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  2. markie

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    Your signup pages are not working properly. What shopping cart are you running? Its this a windows server?

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  3. DWHS.net

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    Hey Markie,

    It's a unix server with redhat.

    The shopping cart is clickcartpro.com, always liked them.

    They are working on the cart now, I geuss they ran into a issue and had to start from scratch.

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  4. PWSowner

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    Looks better.

    I recently redesigned mine (last month) as well. It was quite bad looking for about a year.

    New site
    Old site

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    4 years old...amazing...your domain has only been registered for just over 1.5 years
    http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://dwhs.net

    Shameless self-promotion with BS rhetoric should be taken elsewhere.

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  6. DWHS.net

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    Sorry ciphervendor, No shameless promotion. (as stated in the thread as well) we started in 1999 with the same design different name.

    If it makes you feel un-easy edit the line with your admin abilities.

    The only reason I put that line is emphasize the big deal of making a big change like this.

    Not sure why having a four year old design is good promotion anyways, not something I would put in a commercial.

    I do agree no politics here at cpanel is great and your aggressiveness is appreciated to keep that way.

    Anyways back to the thread.







    squirrel

    See.... you have a warmth about your site, this is something we always wanted but we feel the pressure of looking advanced or big business.

    I think your site is very welcoming, good job.

    Hopefully we will figure out a way to incorporate this someday. Thanks for the feedback.

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  7. PWSowner

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    Thanks.

    Hopefully the new design, and some advertising, will bring some business. It would be nice to have enough clients to cover the server cost, but I haven't really done much advertising yet. I have a little more work to do on the site, then invest in advertising, mostly local for now, and see what happens.

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