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Rusty
 
 
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UK Small Campsite work in progress.

Post by Rusty » Tue Sep 18, 2018 9:53 am

Hi All

I am a first time user of WYSIWYG
Any constructive comments good or bad and any advice would be much appreciated.

My website is www.garliestonlodge.co.uk

Thanks

Rusty
Last edited by Rusty on Tue Sep 18, 2018 10:25 am, edited 1 time in total.

GrahamW
 
 
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Re: UK Small Campsite work in progress.

Post by GrahamW » Tue Sep 18, 2018 10:22 am

do you have a url to the site please

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Re: UK Small Campsite work in progress.

Post by Rusty » Tue Sep 18, 2018 10:28 am

Yep it would help. Thanks for that Graham I have put it in now.

Thanks

Rusty

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Re: UK Small Campsite work in progress.

Post by gano101 » Tue Sep 18, 2018 2:43 pm

Hi mate
nice site, lots of good content, perhaps not shown off to it's full potential, but a little work and polish and it'll be grand.

1, looks like a beautiful place, I'd like to see some bigger pics, or have a slideshow to really sell it.
2, The red pulsating "adult only site" gives (me at least) the impression that it's a different kinds of site :)
3, the black and grey nav bar is kinda dull, that could use a little TLC
4, on the buttons where you have descriptions and then CLICK HERE. I don't think you need the click here, but you could add a mouse over change.
5, the booking form page is still under development I assume? no headers etc

finally... do I get a special rate if I bring the family down next summer?

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Re: UK Small Campsite work in progress.

Post by Rusty » Tue Sep 18, 2018 3:18 pm

Hi gano101

Thanks for the feed I will take on board your suggestions and have bit of a tweak.
All my forms are from a standalone responsive program that stops all spam and it sends tracking receipts, auto confirmations and validates email address, them it redirect back to my site when submitted. I have tried to interrogate it on a site page but responsiveness go crazy. When you say family I hope that means no kids when you visit like the red flashing message says Adults Only.

Thanks for taking the time.
Rusty

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Re: UK Small Campsite work in progress.

Post by gano101 » Tue Sep 18, 2018 4:20 pm

hahaha oh yeah, I forgot about that. maybe I'll bring along a couple of adult babies instead.

On the form, would putting in inside an iframe work?

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Re: UK Small Campsite work in progress.

Post by Rusty » Tue Sep 18, 2018 4:32 pm

I tried iframe it goes daft I think because the responsive form wants to breakout.

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Re: UK Small Campsite work in progress.

Post by petertj » Fri Oct 05, 2018 9:42 am

Rusty, I am really impressed particularly since you are a first time use.

You've made good use of the green 'style' and the concepts you want to promote come over well.

I'm only sorry that my camping is limited to the Lake District.

Peter

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Re: UK Small Campsite work in progress.

Post by Rusty » Fri Oct 05, 2018 10:11 am

Hi Peter, Thanks for you comments one day you may venture to SW Scotland to camp. WWB is an amazing bit of software now I have the basic site setup I will try and tweak a bit here and there. Still trying to get my head around a couple of things.
Rusty

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Re: UK Small Campsite work in progress.

Post by bubblegumweb » Sat Oct 06, 2018 2:12 pm

Nice website. well done

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Re: UK Small Campsite work in progress.

Post by Rusty » Sat Oct 06, 2018 2:49 pm

Thank you bubblegumweb for taking the the time to have a look my site, its much appreciated any comments good or bad will be taken on board. Rusty

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Re: UK Small Campsite work in progress.

Post by pajadt » Thu Oct 11, 2018 6:27 pm

Hi Rasty
Maybe you can do something about design, now looks like web in 90s, little is out date, anyway.
here my one design at your theme, how i that imagine. to see screnshoot
https://imgur.com/a/8VgCdIu
Example inspirations, that i do in layout grid all, and eays for BP

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Re: UK Small Campsite work in progress.

Post by Rusty » Fri Oct 12, 2018 10:21 am

Hi pajadt
Thanks for your input WWB has an amazing amount clever effects and some people will try and use as many as they can on their sites, the only draw back to that is that there is still a older generation of users that are not that computer literate that need large print, uncomplicated layouts and to be told still to (click Here). I have created a basic responsive website that is I think easy to use gives users a quick insight to my campsite the area and what goes on here with easy contact and linked booking facilities. Regarding your suggested layout to mine I would appreciate the views of other forum members as to what they think.
Thanks Rusty

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