LDTV ARCHIVE website launched

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LDTV ARCHIVE website launched

Post by LDTV » Wed Nov 30, 2005 7:17 am

This is my new stock footage website that I have put together. Hope you all like. Let me know what you think. We will soon be encorporating a cart so that footage can be downloaded. Also if any of you are interested in a link exchange then email me using the contacts page.
Looking for videos or DVDs in education or leisure? Then visit http://www.ldtv.co.uk. Our large video footage archive can now be found on http://www.ldtvarchive.co.uk. Contact me at webmaster@ldtv.co.uk for any extra information.

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Post by JimBb » Wed Nov 30, 2005 4:07 pm

Hi LDTV,

You keep asking again and again for a favor, yet except for the obliged ones a long time ago I don't see you returning that favor?

Cheers,

Jim

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Post by LDTV » Fri Dec 02, 2005 10:22 am

sorry Jim, completely forgot about that. Will check some people's sites out now.
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Post by troublebarbara » Fri Dec 02, 2005 1:36 pm

You seem to have the same counter on your page twice. Neither one of them have the full code. You might want to fix this ;).
Your site is laid out well. I’m not usually one for dark sites but I think you did it well. The pic’s are bright and they are brought out well with the dark background. Your images are compressed very well, a big plus! It’s nice having a picture to go with everything.
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Post by LDTV » Sun Dec 04, 2005 6:45 pm

We have also just moved our archive section to this new site:

http://www.ldtvarchive.co.uk

what do you think of that site?
Looking for videos or DVDs in education or leisure? Then visit http://www.ldtv.co.uk. Our large video footage archive can now be found on http://www.ldtvarchive.co.uk. Contact me at webmaster@ldtv.co.uk for any extra information.

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Post by troublebarbara » Sun Dec 04, 2005 7:31 pm

I like that better. Not that there was really anything wrong with the last. This one is laid out so much better. Much easier to find things.
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Post by LDTV » Mon Dec 05, 2005 6:37 am

Thank you very much Barbara. Yes I prefer the new site too, I designed this one from the ground up in DreamWeaver as apposed to just fixing the things the previous webmaster messed up on the older website which is mainly done in actinic. I like your site as well, very pretty and easy to navigate :).

Thanks for your time
Looking for videos or DVDs in education or leisure? Then visit http://www.ldtv.co.uk. Our large video footage archive can now be found on http://www.ldtvarchive.co.uk. Contact me at webmaster@ldtv.co.uk for any extra information.

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Post by troublebarbara » Mon Dec 05, 2005 12:13 pm

Dream weaver, by far, is the way to go. I’ve cleaned up Front Page crap and I about lost my mind! Sure it’s good for people who want a hole in the wall site that is like a photo album (and does nothing) but forget doing anything worth wile with it. It messes up all the code. I would rather have full control of my page.
Thanks for the compliment on my site :)
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Post by LDTV » Tue Dec 06, 2005 12:33 pm

I very much agree, dreamweaver is the way forward. I'm just going through the motions of Seo. Found myself a great little program called IBP, very helpful for getting your site listed on front pages of search engines :)
Looking for videos or DVDs in education or leisure? Then visit http://www.ldtv.co.uk. Our large video footage archive can now be found on http://www.ldtvarchive.co.uk. Contact me at webmaster@ldtv.co.uk for any extra information.

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