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Old 03-15-2006, 10:47 AM   #1
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Well, take a look and feel free to offer pot-shots , advise or criticisms. I have asked that the photos be enlarged by clicking on them. Woody

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Old 03-15-2006, 11:10 AM   #2
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Ahhh, the old "pure romance"!!!
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Old 03-15-2006, 11:20 AM   #3
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Re: New Website proof

[quote="Woodman"]Well, take a look and feel free to offer pot-shots , advise or criticisms. I have asked that the photos be enlarged by clicking on them. Woody


Nice site , some great looking eats there as well. Will there be a page done explaining your catering prices , that would help.
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Old 03-15-2006, 11:50 AM   #4
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Well, take a look and feel free to offer pot-shots , advise or criticisms. I have asked that the photos be enlarged by clicking on them. Woody


Nice site , some great looking eats there as well. Will there be a page done explaining your catering prices , that would help.
Walter, I like to remain fluid to negotiate on any given job based on volume and menu selections. Woody
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Old 03-15-2006, 12:05 PM   #5
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Nice design, but like others said, you'll want to be able to enlarge those pics.

Maybe add a gallery section too?
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Old 03-15-2006, 12:13 PM   #6
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Good looking site Woody. It's pleasing to the eye, easy to navigate, good color choice. My only criticism...perhaps the font might be a little larger, the print seems small.

That picture of you looking up to the Almighty doesn't hurt either.
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Old 03-15-2006, 12:19 PM   #7
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Dave you need to put a "disclaimer" next to your Cowboy Beans, they've been known to cause the same symptons as a heart attack!!

Nice looking site!
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I like the simplicity...I hate overdone websites. I'd increase the font just a little, and maybe add some quotes from satisfied customers.
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Old 03-15-2006, 12:55 PM   #9
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I like the simplicity...I hate overdone websites. I'd increase the font just a little, and maybe add some quotes from satisfied customers.
You missed the "testimonial page"

ps. how come our resident radio star is noticably absent from the "Beatles" thread?
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Good looking site Woody. It's pleasing to the eye, easy to navigate, good color choice. My only criticism...perhaps the font might be a little larger, the print seems small.

That picture of you looking up to the Almighty doesn't hurt either.
THat photo was taken in Michigan! My original caption was "Making the world safe for BBQ!"
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Old 03-15-2006, 12:59 PM   #11
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whoops, I didn't click every link.


As for the music thread, it's something I obviously have to do a lot with work, and I'd rather spend my off hours talking q. Like the Beatles though.
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If you increase the font size be sure to make it so side scrolling
isn't necessary. It's about to the max now on my monitor.
I like the simplicity too, some sites are way to flashy.
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Old 03-15-2006, 01:36 PM   #13
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Nice site, Woodman. I agree with some of the others to make the font a little bigger. Also, I noticed you offer a "Carolina" style sauce if the customer wants. I've got a great source if you need to use some "authentic" SC sauce.
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If you increase the font size be sure to make it so side scrolling
isn't necessary. It's about to the max now on my monitor.
I like the simplicity too, some sites are way to flashy.
I've never heard anyone accuse Woodman of being flashy. That's the truth!
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Good looking site Woody. It's pleasing to the eye, easy to navigate, good color choice. My only criticism...perhaps the font might be a little larger, the print seems small.

That picture of you looking up to the Almighty doesn't hurt either.
THat photo was taken in Michigan! My original caption was "Making the world safe for BBQ!"
You should have wore a cape like a BBQ superhero
Site & food looks really great
Those beans give everybody heart attacks?
Or just site administators
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If you increase the font size be sure to make it so side scrolling
isn't necessary. It's about to the max now on my monitor.
I like the simplicity too, some sites are way to flashy.
I've never heard anyone accuse Woodman of being flashy. That's the truth!
What about the trademark Plaid Shorts???
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Woody, GREAT website! Staright to the point and easy to navigate. Good luck with the business, I'm sure you will do fine!
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If you increase the font size be sure to make it so side scrolling
isn't necessary. It's about to the max now on my monitor.
I like the simplicity too, some sites are way to flashy.
I've never heard anyone accuse Woodman of being flashy. That's the truth!
What about the trademark Plaid Shorts???
Those are just SAD.
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Very cool =D> =D> I like the lay out nice and clean no clutter. =D>
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Site looks great. Maybe you could use the pic of you sitting on the porch at Qfest :lmao: just kidding
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