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Nynia maryrrf's Website (25) RE: maryrrf's Website 27 Aug 01

Seems like ages since I agreed with Jon (sorry mate).

Mary, I am having the same problem Jon detailed, the page just keeps reloading for me (Netscape). Unfortunately it won't allow me to follow the link to your recordings (or any other link). This is a shame as the website looks quite attractive artistically, I'd really have like to have a look around and hear your music. I know how dissapointing this must be for you right now but don't give up.

If, as I presume, the webpage is to promote yourself and your music it is imperative to get the site working properly though. With so much on the internet these days surfers are becoming far more choosey. For instance a report I was reading the other day said that viewers will not wait any longer than 15 seconds (on average) for a web page to open unless its a pornographic site. As more and more individuals and organisations use your website as an introduction to you and your work, and, bearing in mind, that they may be viewing many other peoples sites, first impressions are going to be vital.

Having authored a couple of websites I know how exciting it is when you get them up and running. Don't give up or even get down about this. You've got some friends here who found a few gremlins now at the start rather than letting you think that all was ok only to find out the worst later (when it may have cost you how many bookings). I look forward to seeing your site up and running properly in the near future.

All the best,





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