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Old 12th September 2003, 04:54 PM   #1
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Any comment for the new version of my web.
Any suggestion??


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thnaks

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Old 12th September 2003, 09:20 PM   #2
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Web page critique:

Looks a little plain but that's okay.

I'm getting these odd assortments of ASCII characters on the front page Probably a problem on my end, but many people in the US, like me, won't see it in the Chinese character set that I presume it's supposed to be.

All pages say "Untitled Document". Check your left frame page (index.html or whatever it is).

Your ISO interstage transformers page has an extremely wide table near the bottom. Same for your James transformer page, except I can't see what's stretching it so wide.

Under 'Tubes' for instance, what is the "”@" after "MUSIC TUBES" (at the top) about? It also appears in a lot of other places over your site.

That's all I got in the way of debugging. All in all, minor points, I give your page a "B", good job.

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Old 12th September 2003, 09:55 PM   #3
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Hi Tim,

very very thanks for your advise. I was chinese, my English is not very good. It is not easy to explain all I hope to say. As your advise, The untitle document, I don't know which mistake was taken during I set up the website.
Tim, any further advise for me.

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Old 12th September 2003, 10:06 PM   #4
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Did you code the HTML by hand, or did you use Dreamweaver or some other web publishing tool?

If you did it by hand, then the top of your document needs a 'title' tag. It should look like this (the text with the *** are comments that I've added, they shouldn't be in the HTML):

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<head> *** You should already have this line
<title>This is the DIY Audiocraft Website</title> *** Add a line like this
*** You'll probably have other stuff in here already
</head> *** And you should already have this line too
Something like that. If you used some tool to generate the HTML, then it would be a setting somewhere in the tool, look for 'page title' or something like that. Without knowing what you used to generate those pages, it's hard to be more specific.
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<-- What he said.

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Old 13th September 2003, 11:52 AM   #6
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Thomas

In addition to the other comments... When are you going to finish you price column?

Other than the above it looks like the start of a very nice site.


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Old 13th September 2003, 10:02 PM   #7
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Talking re, Good advise for my website.

Dear Sch3mat1c, Saurav & burnedfingers,

Thanks for the comment, I use deramweaver to build my web. But some of the function I still not understand how to operate.
I will try to make clear to solve the problem as all your advise!!!!!
Very thanks for your advise.

For burnedfingers ,

Due to I build this website mainly benefit to more diyer, Hong kong or oversea too. I hope to low the profit to benefit more people. But japan Company must pay ŁYjapan Yen. The rate of the japan yen is floating. I will adjust depend the rate. This is fair to every diyer. So I not fill the price Blank.
Pls concent my opinion.

And, I saw one more information is audionote Japan also use the Tango Iso tran.

Pls study.


KSL-NEIRO

KSL-NEIRO/LINE
KSL-KEGON
GAKUOH


Audio Note Japan built amplifiers all share
the following design criteria:-

All tube

Class A1 operating points

Simplest most elegant circuit and power
supply design

Highest materials and component quality

No phase splitting (except Gakuoh) or deconstruction of the music signal
Depending on models, single-ended or push-pull operation of output stages with Zero or -3dB overall negative feedback.

1) The hallmark of all Kondo power amplifiers is that they are made of pure hand drawn silver wire. The out transformers are wound with age annealed silver wire, all internal signal wiring and ground are pure silver litz braid covered with six coat of polyurethane. There are over 20 pounds of pure silver in each Ongaku.

2) All Kondo amplifiers use special Hi-B cores in their output transformers. The exact composition, as well as the annealing and stamping of the core material are all engineered by and supervised by Kondo. There are no 'off the shelf' materials used in Kondo's output transformers.

3) All Kondo amps have a heavy, pure copper chassis.



4) All Kondo power amplifiers use ISO TANGO power transformers and chokes, these are the worlds finest.


Pls see the point 4.

I really hope more Diyer can use quality products.

very thanks

thomas
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Old 13th September 2003, 11:31 PM   #8
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Hi,

Hi Thomas,

Do you really view AN as your competitor?

If it were to be my business, I'd lose that notion and focus on what people really want...

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Hell If I were in china I would be chasing all those girls and.....sorry wrong forum...opps...I`m outta here!!!!!!!!

keep up the good work Thomas

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Default Re: Any comment for my new face for all diyer

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Any comment for the new version of my web.
Any suggestion??


www.diyaudiocraft.com

thnaks

thomas
looks good mine on the other hand stinks i just dont have the time to work on it. i have someone going to take it over. for me

yes it is good loads fast


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