SITE REVIEW: DiscoverWealth

  • malprave
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I am in mid production of my website, but am not used to working without frames (as part of my SEO tactic).

I know I have 10 HTLM errors - all relating to those damed Clicksor ads that don't work (atleast with my IP - South Africa). I also know I have 6 css errors that I have no clue how to remedy without messing up the look.

I have been accused of spamming already so have have put a duplicate page on a free host domain:

http://money-money-online.atspace.com/

PS: Can anyone help me with my Clicksor ads. I don't know where to put the code and what not. I tried to use <style> but don't think I dit it correctly. I would really appreciate it. :D

This is what my website looks like on my PC using IE:
http://www.discoverwealth.za.org/Untitled-1.gif

{note: website not complete}
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  • alecs
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Change the clicksor code:
Code: [ Select ]
src='http://www.clicksor.com/showAd.php?pid=11100&sid=16360&adtype=5'

replace all the &'s with &amp;
That's it!

Have you checked your site at high resolutions? I can see the text stretching all over the page at 1280*1024 in IE, Opera and FF. It goes under the clicksor adds all the way to the right margin. Looks really bad.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Interesting website... I like how the headings are so big. It makes them very visible. Like alecs mentioned, if your browser isn't exactly the correct width, the text (and nav bar that's along the bottom) stretches to take up the full width of your browser window. Unfortunatley the Clicksor ad stays at a fixed position. That means it overlaps some of the text and makes it unreadable.

That's really a bad problem. I know you mentioned the site is still under development - that's one thing that really needs to be fixed.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

i dont think the website works with high resolution, or the other way around, i'm somewhat comp ilitt...

But it's interesting. I think it's a bit too cluttered, too much content if that makes sense
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I have had trouble uploading my website to that free host, so please comment on the updated site at:

http://www.discoverwealth.za.org

I have tried to add 'clips' value to my CSS, so if you could please tell me if it is keep the content away from the Clicksor ads (which hopfully work!?!).

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  • Ruik
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Post 3+ Months Ago

maybe it's me, but its a complete horror in firefox? It's all over the place?
  • malprave
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Post 3+ Months Ago

My motive for building my website without frames was to improve my google ranking and have more contextual ads. (I know my PR is non existant, but I can buy my way there if it proves financially viable.) I agree, my website does look terrible on every computer except mine. What other alternatives do I have (other than CSS)? No-frames??? Templates???

http://www.discoverwealth.za.org

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Post 3+ Months Ago

Hi,

In IE I had to resize my window to view your site properly. If the window is too big, your text would flow to the right of your clicksor, making your site unreadable.

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