Wow! Karl, that is a big difference the way I look at it now... you are right (as always ) it is more pleasing to the eyes. I didn't realize that. I thought it is much better to have a uniform sizes on all pages but yeah big difference.mjau-mjau wrote: If I was to suggest some minor adjustments, I would perhaps go for a "narrow" layout-width for pages "about" and "contact", and perhaps switch the columns on the contact page. It would look something like this:
HOME button is now removed. Thanks for the tip.Also, do you really need the "home" button in the main menu? Most visitors will click the logo if they want to get back to the home page. The more you can shave off the menu, the more intuitive it becomes.
I didn't noticed that. Will check later on.You have recently upgraded from an earlier beta version? It seems you may be missing the folder /content/custom/favicon/. Check the download X3 zip, and make sure this folder is in you content/custom/ folder. It contains the favicon, which you can customize.
Gotcha! I permanently redirected www. to non www via Cpanel on my website then I deleted the entry for www parts on my website.Lastly, I noticed your website works for both http://larryanda.com.au AND http://www.larryanda.com.au. It is recommended that you choose one to use (and promote), and redirect one to the other. From the perspective of the internet (google, seo, etc), it considers them two separate websites, and you will have issues with "canonical" links, since you basically have two links for each page.
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mjau-mjau wrote:Good job!Dennis kaczor wrote:Dennis Kaczor Photography
A minor suggestion: You should set a "narrower" width for the context module of NEWS and BLOGS pages. Text-only should be limited in width for comfortable reading for the visitor.
Instead of this:
You would have this:
Also, when adding a preview-image like you have done in the Nikon_d500 page ... Instead of adding the image manually to content, try adding it as the preview image, by adding the [preview] tag to the page context settings:
This will automatically add it for you, it will look a bit nicer, and is the recommended method for a standard blog-post.
Ok. Thnks for your helpmjau-mjau wrote:Ok, but why are posting all these questions in our "X3 Showcase" thread? Your questions are entirely unrelated, and require long answers. Please post in a separate new thread, clearly stating your questions, and I will answer ASAP.bphotos wrote:...