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  1. #1
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    Default Coyote Bluff Family Archery

    Just wanted every one to know about us in Oklahoma and if you are looking for a good shoot on a weekend come and see us. To see more about our Range Please Visit are web site www.coyotebluffarchery.com

    Darrel Trout
    Coyote Bluff Family Archery

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    Default Suggestion for Coyote Bluff

    After reading your post and clicking the link to your web site, I chose the "photos" link on your home page. It took a long time to download the page, and when I looked at the file size of each photo they were about ten times larger than they had to be. By comparison, the beautiful coyote photo on your home page is only 16 K in size, compared to 2,052 K of each range photo! To aid in fast page loads, you can also use the technique of publishing smaller "thumbnails" that will open the full size image when clicked.

    Using a graphical editor that can properly size and optimize the photo for web publishing by "compressing" the jpg image is the most important part; I use Macromedia Fireworks, but there are several other suitable software packages.

    This is not a criticism of your site; just a friendly suggestion that you may find useful.

    Larry Dale
    Last edited by ldale; 02-15-2006 at 05:54 PM.

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    Default change web site pitchers

    Quote Originally Posted by ldale
    After reading your post and clicking the link to your web site, I chose the "photos" link on your home page. It took a long time to download the page, and when I looked at the file size of each photo they were about ten times larger than they had to be. By comparison, the beautiful coyote photo on your home page is only 16 K in size, compared to 2,052 K of each range photo! To aid in fast page loads, you can also use the technique of publishing smaller "thumbnails" that will open the full size image when clicked.

    Using a graphical editor that can properly size and optimize the photo for web publishing by "compressing" the jpg image is the most important part; I use Macromedia Fireworks, but there are several other suitable software packages.

    This is not a criticism of your site; just a friendly suggestion that you may find useful.

    Larry Dale
    Thank you for the suggestion i went in and thumbnail everything look at it and see if it is better
    again thanks
    coyotebluff

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    Default Looks Great!

    The photos page loaded in a flash, and the thumbnails work great. It looks like you have a great course there. If you are ever near Central Illinois, I can take you through our Menard Archers course. ( http://menardarchers.com ) Our web site still needs a lot of improvement, too - suggestions are welcome.

    Larry

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