There are way too much unused space at the right on these pages. CENTERING all the contents will minimize this problem. I promise not to repeat this.http://myrvaagnes.com/bwgalleries.htmhttp://myrvaagnes.com/cgalleries.htm
On this and other index pages, shouldn't the "Galleries - B/W" link in the menu remain bold? Marked read is not supported for a visited image on this page. I like the position of the breadcrumb on this page, much better than on other pages. All these variations among different pages make me THINK whether the inconsistency is intended and why. (THINK is a dirty word, according to the BOOK.)http://myrvaagnes.com/RockMusG/index.htm
One solution to getting search engine attention is to provide text, such as on this page. Centering the image title and the text paragraphs with reference to the image will look better though..http://myrvaagnes.com/blanket.htm
Have you considered including your artist statements from you exhibits and provide descriptions for each gallery? I think they will enhance the visitors' experience and bait the engines.
This page left me feel like being short changed with a wasted click. It is dying for an artist statement, which you already have.http://myrvaagnes.com/XNeedham/aboutThis.htm
By now, you must be sorry that I'm back But then, I'm sure I'm bringing hordes of visitors to your site!
Welcome back to the LL forums, Chris! I guess my getting you locked out didn't work.
Actually, I really do welcome your comments, and I'm delighted to see you posting again, even though it means more work for me (again).
As for the inconsistencies: Some of them result from the fact that whenever I make changes to the navigation column, I have to go back and re-edit every page, and sometimes I miss one. This has made me realize that I need to find a way to use an "include" file for the repetitious parts (i.e., headers and navigation column). My intention has been to have the URL for the current page bold-face, but include only the main pages in the nav-column (so, for example, "Galleries -- Color" appears, but individual galleries (and there "about this" pages) do not (I could perhaps add something like ">..." after "Galleries -- Color" to indicate that you are somewhere below that page.)
I will also move, as you have sugggested (but slowly, slowly) toward adding more meaningful content, better centering, etc., etc.
Now if I could only persuade everybody in the world to install my
favorite fonts, I could perhaps keep you and Steven and me all happy.
P.S. I did get out to do some photography yesterday, at one of my favorite locations, Plum Island.