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My first website.


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I recently created a website for my hometown at the request of the Town Board. Their main goals in developing the website was to be provide helpful information to those residents currently living in the town and also, to draw in new residents.

Any C & C you have would be greatly appreciated. Keep in mind that this is my first ever experience with serious HTML (only prior experience was Myspace) and that my main goal was to improve upon this: http://www.attica.org

Without any further ado, here it is:

http://www.townofattica.com

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Site looks great, but on this page ( http://www.townofattica.com/local_businesses.html ), it says "so cool" in the upper right corner. Get rid of that.

<body>

so cool

<div align="center">

<table width="750" border="0">

<tr>

<td><img src="images/banner_top.PNG" alt="" name="banner_graphic" width="750" height="90" id="banner_graphic" style="background-color: #0099CC" /></td>

</tr>

</table>

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For a first time you did great man. There really isn't too much else you could have done. It looks very good for a town site, considering that most town sites are quick ones that are a colored background with text you can barely read and links the same color as the background. I hope you were paid decently for this.

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For a first time you did great man. There really isn't too much else you could have done. It looks very good for a town site, considering that most town sites are quick ones that are a colored background with text you can barely read and links the same color as the background. I hope you were paid decently for this.

I was actually told by the Town Supervisor to get him a bill by the end of the month. No negotiation whatsoever. I was wondering what the going rate for something like this would be. Is it per page? per hour?

And as far as the so cool, I think that was something I just put there messing around with text boxes and what not and it somehow got left, haha. Good catch though. I'll take care of that.

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Bill them per page. How many pages did they want? Because you need to tell them up front that per se it's $100 per page or whatever and that $400 gets you 4 pages, period. If you give them a flat fee and no page limit, then you'll end up doing 10-20 pages because you gave them a flat fee. If your price is too much for them, then you figure out what they need on the page(s) and what they don't and you eliminate what they don't need to get the cost down for them.

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Bill them per page. How many pages did they want? Because you need to tell them up front that per se it's $100 per page or whatever and that $400 gets you 4 pages, period. If you give them a flat fee and no page limit, then you'll end up doing 10-20 pages because you gave them a flat fee. If your price is too much for them, then you figure out what they need on the page(s) and what they don't and you eliminate what they don't need to get the cost down for them.

Thanks!

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