[Pro] Can someone please check my website.....

Hi freeways,

Please could someone be so kind as to check my website to see if I have added the following files correctly, my website address is.….

http://www.the-manchester-spirituality-group.com

I intended to allow google to search all my hyperlinks, so the robot file is.….

http://www.the-manchester-spirituality-group.com/robots.txt

User-agent: *

Allow: /

Secondly I have included both an .xml and html site-map, so I would like to know if these files have been configured correctly?

http://www.the-manchester-spirituality-group.com/sitemap.xml

http://www.the-manchester-spirituality-group.com/sitemap.html

Thank you for your kind understanding, any help would be greatly appreciated
Thank you once again,

Paul


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Hello Paul

I can confirm that the links click through and appear at first glance to be OK.

The only comment I would make : Is there a reason for the page lengths to be so long without any content?

Mark


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Hi Mark,

Thank you for replying greatly appreciated.

Yes that has been an issue Mark, for when I make the length of the page shorter it can display differently on different browsers. For example in Firefox the words drop below the specified box dimensions. I know you can use scroll overflow to text but i find the scroll bars can be a problem on iPhones.

This has always been an issue form me Mark, for I cant make HTML text boxes look right in different browsers without as said scroll boxes, unless you know of a way to keep text neatly in box dimensions?

So to avoid this problem I simply avoid using text boxes above others, I’m sure this can be solved but never found a way. So as you have insightfully observed I simply make the length of a page long to guaranteed that the text looks neat, all be it far to long, lol.

If you know of a fix or way around this problem i would really appreciate your help Mark

Thank you one again for the help

Paul


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Hi Paul

I use the box model method and css for creating pages and have content height variable so that the html expands as required. I have found that this works in different browsers. I use a bit of graphic image trickery at times to make areas seem bigger than they are if needed. Also by using CSS and having the external stylesheet ticked in File> Document setup > output tab you can reduce the end code considerably as the styles will be written once for the site and referenced whenever needed.

If you want me to have a look at the freeway files or put together the sort of template I start with let me know.

Mark


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Everything works great from my end, really nice website. I’m over in Honolulu. Isn’t freeway great?!

Bravo, Louise


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Hi Mark and Louise,

Just a quick note to thank you both for your kind help and support. Hope I can help other like your good selves.

Take care and thanks again

Paul


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