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Post by flaboater » Tue Jan 31, 2017 3:45 am

Hi, I've been a WYSIWYG user since version 2. This is at least th 6th time over the years that I've redesigned my real estate website. This version is still under construction. I would appreciate any comments or suggestions. The site is http://www.flwaterhomes.com I am aware that it is not displaying properly on a tablet or phone. I am working on that issue.

Thanks,
Jim

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Post by me.prosenjeet » Tue Jan 31, 2017 12:08 pm

The site looks fine but I will suggest you look into some modern designs of your kind of websites and upgrade to a better modernised design.
Further, if you are into real estates, consider this webbuilder extension: http://lucknowwebs.com/real-estate-sell ... webbuilder

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Post by BaconFries » Tue Jan 31, 2017 12:32 pm

Please note this section is for asking how other users find your site layout, colours, text etc. If you have any questions other than this such as any form issues, responsive design etc you can ask at the appropriate section(s) as there is no WYSIWYG Web Builder help or support offered here.

Reading your other thread and it's answers you will need to implement breakpoints this will help resolve and start you on your way to have your site display without the black background.
See the following URLs on responsive design.
http://www.wysiwygwebbuilder.com/respon ... esign.html
http://wysiwygwebbuilder.com/forum/view ... 10&t=63817

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Post by me.prosenjeet » Tue Jan 31, 2017 12:39 pm

Hi, I've been a WYSIWYG user since version 2. This is at least th 6th time over the years that I've redesigned my real estate website. This version is still under construction. I would appreciate any comments or suggestions. The site is http://www.flwaterhomes.com I am aware that it is not displaying properly on a tablet or phone. I am working on that issue.
Hi Bacon,
He has not asked for help he said " I am working on that issue", so whats wrong in the post and the segment he has posted in?

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Post by alexmasss » Tue Jan 31, 2017 2:04 pm

Hello, the website is not optimized properly for tablet and smartphone. I have opened it from mobiles devices and found out that it has to be redesigned totally if you want it to be correctly displayed on smartphones and tablets. I don't speak about the colors, just technically it has to be redesigned. You may use the layout grid in combination with floating layers. Regards.

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Post by Rebel Studio » Sat Feb 25, 2017 9:36 pm

I don't like the design at all!!

Colors clash, it has no logical layout, and that counter makes it even worse, if this was just some hobby site to sell your arts and crafts, still would hate it but it would made sense, running a realtor company.. If I was looking for a home and come across your website I wouldn't even read what you had to offer, would skip to the next site that will catch my eye.

You might think, well, your loss, maybe.. And you seem like really nice people but it's small things that turn people away from a website and in you guys case it's a big thing.

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Post by Rebel Studio » Sat Feb 25, 2017 9:55 pm

me.prosenjeet wrote:
Tue Jan 31, 2017 12:08 pm
The site looks fine but I will suggest you look into some modern designs of your kind of websites and upgrade to a better modernised design.
Further, if you are into real estates, consider this webbuilder extension: http://lucknowwebs.com/real-estate-sell ... webbuilder
You talk about modernised design and then you show that design of yours, you call that modernised? No offense http://lucknowwebs.com/templates/realestateseller/ it looks old, no menu, not responsive, old out of the box menu buttons, strange color scheme, doesn't represent a company at all.

I had to google for a simple example of a nice realtor office but my God there are a lot of bad websites out there, much work to be done but after 3 pages I found one that is refreshing, looks clean and isn't hard to make at all.
Example

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