I knew you could do it Carl

  Forum Editor 11:30 19 Oct 2003

and you have, with a little help.

A couple of suggestions:

1. When designing/editing web sites it's essential to remember that this is the World wide web, and that people might visit your site from anywhere on the planet. Make sure that they realise where you are by including information to tell them which country you're in. You could easily do this by changing your homepage text to read:

Welcome to C.W. Garden services
Based in Cottingham, East Yorkshire, UK

That's all you need to do.

2. It might be better to rename the page called 'favourites' and call it 'Links' instead.

3. On your services page, I would delete the large 'Email service' and put a hyperlink underneath the text: "For more information click here". Highlight the words 'click here' and then right-click on them. From the menu that appears select 'Link'. Now, click on the small arrow next to 'Link type' and select 'External'. When the next dialogue box opens, click on the arrow next to 'New link' and select 'mailto'. Now type your email address in the text field alongside, and click on the button marked 'Link' at bottom right of the box.

Publish your changes to the server and you'll have a hyperlink that will open a visitor's email program with a blank email addressed to you. You can refine this process later on, but for the time being why don't you try it?

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