Again, this is something that I've been wanting to do for some time and I believe that a site map is necessary to help those people out that have a hard time figuring out what is what on our site. I'd like to think that our menu system is easy and will work, but some people just require a site map to figure it out. So ... here you go ... a site map. (It currently sucks, which is why it's shown as display:none!)
This is where visitors can find out about Randsco and the Kimler family. Who are we? How did we come to be? What motivates us on our adventures. It's kinda like the old "meet scott and rachel" section on our PCT WebPage, but this "about us" section will be a stand-alone page.
FEATURED DONOR: Ellis Design Associates is a small, independent civil and structural engineering consulting company, based on the south coast of England. Most of their work is in the U.K., but they've also had projects in Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, the Middle East and North America. Their new website was deployed on Jan 12, 2009 and uses Photo-Caption Zoom.
The Ellis Design Associates website was recently revamped by Nick Bowles, of Webcraft U.K., Ltd.
"[They] already had a lot of content on their website, but it was difficult to navigate and not very search engine friendly. We are confident that having a new, modern-looking online portfolio, showing their wide range of expertise and experience will pay dividends for the company in the coming months and years," Nick said, when the new site was launched, on January 12th, 2009.
Nick employed Photo-caption Zoom on several of the engineering design portfolio pages, maximizing page real-estate, adding relevant and search-engine friendly caption text and allowing web visitors to see project photos in greater detail, without having to leave the the portfolio page.
Don't know why I didn't do this sooner, but we've created this post as a special guestbook page. We'll port over any and all 3rd-party guestbook entries, open this up for general comments (non post-specific) and then ditch the advert-riddled BraveNet guestbook we've had for ages.