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Pros: 1. Well organized codes behind your webpage such as your homepage. Keep up your good work, it is friendly to Google and other search engines.
2. beautiful navigation, it helps me understand immediately who you are and what you do.
Cons: 1. I noticed that there is a navigation part named "Web design". After I clicked this link, I don't find a sample webpage or website created by your company, so I suggest you can add some sample webpage or website created by your company so that people will know your ability well.
2. For every page of your website, you should make different part of your website more obviously. For example, the "Latest from our Blog" part and the "Get Social" part.
Overall speaking, you created a good website but not that good. At last, hope you have happy time everyday.
Let me give a few ideas here and there too :bandit2:
In general I really like the content, as it was mentioned, very easy to understand what your product is and what the customer gets. Design is easy on the eye and the customer experience is satisfactory as a whole. Now for the pointers.
100% uptime? Come on, I know every new company need to emphasize on something unique, their top service, but 100% uptime is as real as "unlimited space" or "lifetyme guarantee". The computer literacy of users is constantly improving and many hosts are actually turning them off, thinking they can make a big deal out of themselves.
Another thing is the Knowledge Base. We just had an interesting discussion regarding this subject in another forum and I can tell you, that everyone nowadays believes in custom-made KB, built within your website. Integrating one in WHMCS might be easy and not that time-consuming but it looks sloppy and unattended. Take your time to write some useful articles and build the KB/tutorials as part of your website.
About Us -> We're Hiring doesn't seem to go anywhere for me :rolleyes2
The whole Help section again takes you to WHMCS sections. Although I'm ok with that here, what really bothered me is that I was navigated away from your website each time. Each option should open the page in a new window, you want the users to remain on your website, play with it, spend some time to learn about you, not pushing them away.
All in all I do think that this website looks and behaves nicely for starters, but as hosting constantly improves, so should you :angel:
A really nice flat web design! Wise color and font style selection. But there's a problem I've found: My screen resolution is 1366 * 768 and the website looks perfect in 100% view, but not so good in other percentage.
Frankly speaking, your website is more like a personal website but not a professional web hosting supplier. My suggestion is that you can learn the web design of some big web hosting company and imitate the styles of them to make your website look like a professional web hosting company.
Some notable things to consider.
The background looks horrible and doesn't suit the design or flat design style.
Remove the border-radius on top-left and bottom-left, then adjust height by 1 pixel on .dmnbtn this will coincide with the flat style and flow into the search box.
Add a decent a:hover effect, and also add a hover effect to the blog and login button.
I think your footer needs some serious TLC, maybe try spanning the footer across the bottom of the div. You can ensure your list items display inline by using "float: left" and adjust padding / margin where appropriate.
I am a big fan of responsive website designs, that being said, I think you should invest the time to create your theme in a responsive manner. Google actually looks favourable on responsive designs.
I just had a quick look because I was interested and in addition to what most others have said I think your "Domains" and "Reliable Hosting" pages should have the same format. I clicked on one, then clicked on the other and it almost seemed like I was on a different website because the formats of the pricing looks so different. Maybe use a similar, if not the same, style on both pages so it looks a bit neater and uniform.