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Sail Argyll

Postby Nick » Wed Aug 15, 2012 10:41 am

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New website just gone live http://www.sailargyll.co.uk

The usual unpaid proofrreading assistance will of course be appreciated.

(It is the template for a much bigger revamp of BlueMoment itself, which will happen sometime over the Winter)
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Re: Sail Argyll

Postby Telo » Wed Aug 15, 2012 10:56 am

Constructive criticism: the title and meta descriptions don't reflect the content or the objectives of the site.

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Re: Sail Argyll

Postby jim.r » Wed Aug 15, 2012 11:14 am

table alignming gorn funny e.g. here
http://www.sailargyll.co.uk/marinas.html

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Re: Sail Argyll

Postby ash » Wed Aug 15, 2012 11:34 am

Nick wrote:.
New website just gone live http://www.sailargyll.co.uk

The usual unpaid proofrreading assistance will of course be appreciated.


This Argyll centre are offfering one-day Radar and Diesel Engine courses at their base 20 miles South of Oban. The coast for these 1-day courses is just £95.00.


RYA Navigation Courses are held on the boat in Oban with no more than two pupils per course. This ensures full understanding and intensive invidual tuition.


Technically in Highland region, but only 35 miles N. of Oban this comnpany offer a 6-berth Catalina 320 for charter at a very competitive price.


Based in Craobh Haven and offering a 2006 Bavaria 37 category 2 coded for 8 crew or for those wanting tol try something a little bit different an Ovni 43.


New pontoon development within easy walking distance of the village. The nearby Dive Center has showers, free wifi, a café and a drying room.


20 pontoon berths with inclusive water and power. Yachts under 10 meters - £ 12 per night. Toilets and showers in a nearby hotel.


This is under winter storage
On Loch Linnhe 20 miles N. of Oban. 50 moorings for residents and visitors. Loading pontoon, water taxi, parking, shower, toilet, water and fuel available.


Small but well-stocked chandlery has clothing , charts, paints, blocks, tenders and more. If they don't have it they will anything you want to order.


All paddlers welcomne - white water, sea kayaker or open boat enthusiast. Pool sessions throughout the winter and regular sea and river trips in the season.


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Re: Sail Argyll

Postby Nick » Wed Aug 15, 2012 1:03 pm

jim.r wrote:table alignming gorn funny e.g. here
http://www.sailargyll.co.uk/marinas.html


It's not done with tables . . . but yes, some stylesheet tweaks needed for Chrome and Firefox.

Should be the same in all browsers now.
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Re: Sail Argyll

Postby Nick » Wed Aug 15, 2012 1:12 pm

ash wrote: (all snipped) Ash


Thanks Ash, great stuff. Keep 'em coming.
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Re: Sail Argyll

Postby Nick » Wed Aug 15, 2012 1:15 pm

Shard wrote:Constructive criticism: the title and meta descriptions don't reflect the content or the objectives of the site.



Whoops . . . fixed. I think that was only the home page?

Ta very much for pointing that out, a bit embarrassing . . .
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Re: Sail Argyll

Postby Telo » Wed Aug 15, 2012 1:22 pm

Nick wrote:........ I think that was only the home page?


Damn! Didn't realise I was supposed to go through the hale clamjamfery.....

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Re: Sail Argyll

Postby jim.r » Wed Aug 15, 2012 1:30 pm

Nick wrote:
jim.r wrote:table alignming gorn funny e.g. here
http://www.sailargyll.co.uk/marinas.html


It's not done with tables . . . but yes, some stylesheet tweaks needed for Chrome and Firefox.

Should be the same in all browsers now.



Still strange in firefox

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Re: Sail Argyll

Postby Nick » Wed Aug 15, 2012 1:51 pm

jim.r wrote:Still strange in firefox


For you maybe . . . it's fine for me. have you reloaded the page?

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Re: Sail Argyll

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Re: Sail Argyll

Postby ash » Wed Aug 15, 2012 2:38 pm

The layout is OK for me on Chrome.

Entering a word in the search box brings up a google search based on site:www.oban.ws

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Re: Sail Argyll

Postby Nick » Wed Aug 15, 2012 2:42 pm

jim.r wrote:Image


I have no explanation for that . . .

Can other people please check the site in Firefox to see if they can reproduce it?
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Re: Sail Argyll

Postby Nick » Wed Aug 15, 2012 2:45 pm

ash wrote:Entering a word in the search box brings up a google search based on site:www.oban.ws

Ash


Thanks Ash,

Fixed that now.
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Re: Sail Argyll

Postby ash » Wed Aug 15, 2012 2:53 pm

Nick wrote:
ash wrote:Entering a word in the search box brings up a google search based on site:www.oban.ws

Ash


Thanks Ash,

Fixed that now.

The site is correct but it doesn't now find anything - have you broken it - see http://www.google.com/search?q=site%3Awww.sailargyll.co.uk+marine&qfront=marine&x=9&y=9

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