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Yes i used Iweb...
It was simply because i liked the template and its easy to maintain the site ie add new stuff or rearrange items

any thoughts appreciated

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Nice website and nice cars, you might want to make like 2 pages devoted to pictures, cause it took me a while to load them.. but my router is going through 4 walls right now, so maybe a bit slow.

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I agree with waterpolo. For people with slower internet, it will years for them to load that page.

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Nice first site (a lot better than my first website) however it does take a while to load even on a decent connection. I would look at trying to optimise your code where possible.

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Very nice. I love those 3-wheel cars. Don't see any of those here in the states.
Question, did you use your .mac account to host your site, and just purchased your domain name from somewhere else?
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My only suggestion is the type you have. It is really hard to read, I would suggest something that isn't bold and instead of white, grey.
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