05-15-2009, 11:35 AM
There is a good demand of etiquette and manner classes for children. Parents and kids are demanding new, fun, and exciting ways to learn about good manners and proper behavior. There is a site etiquettemoms.com which provides programs that act as a guide to become certified children’s etiquette trainer.
Please review this site and reply.
05-15-2009, 05:54 PM
No way, José. That's bad website etiquette.
As a warning to others:
I visited the site with a genuine aim of providing constructive criticism. when an external script was allowed to run, it crashed my FF3.0.10 on both (of two) attmepts to review. It did throw up the dialog boxes but crashed when I tried to close them.
All I could see is that the site requires scrolling for a mile.
It seems no consideration has been given to users throughout.
Despite other comments, I thought I'd be bold and have a look anyway...
This didn't break for me in Chrome.
I agree about the scrolling, the page is immensely long and would be better split over two or three pages I think.
I personally don't think the maroon background matches the red graphics in the header.
Your numbered list, about three quarters of the way down doesn't work well with the photos within it, better just as a list I'd have thought.
The whole of the content is in a table, read elsewhere for why this might not be the best idea.
P.S. Never heard of Etiquette Moms, but isn't that what we used to call "doing what you're told"? Must be getting old.....