CCTech Launches Two New Web Sites

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Things have been busy at Crystal Coast Technologies. This week we launched two new web sites. So, let me introduce everyone to the newest members of the CCTech family.

Quality Kitchen and Bath

They handle everything you need for your kitchen and your bathroom from Granite countertops to custom cabinetry. Clark and his team were great to work with and we are glad to have them on-board.

Community Lumber and Supply

Frank and Diane have been in this location since 1955, so you know they must be doing something right. We are very proud that they picked us to create their web presence.

We hope that these new web sites will be as successful as the businesses they represent! Take a peek at them and let us know what you think :).

If you want to talk to us about what we can do to create a web presence for your business, please contact us and we will set up a consultation at your convenience.

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  1. ed

    I like your design for Quality Kitchen and Bath. Nice set up. But did you know that this particular web page fails badly in any kind of validation.

  2. Anthony

    Hi Ed – thanks for the compliment :). As far as the validation goes, we did not put the “alt” text on the background images since that is a tactic used by spammers when they are keyword stuffing. But we did miss the CONTENT attribute. So, that is fixed now – thanks for pointing that out!

    Try validating Google or ESPN. Those are some sites that really fail.

  3. ed

    Anthony:
    Sorry when I’m that critical. You have created a nice looking site for your customer and you make it fail badly as a so called web designer. “alt” text is a requirement. That’s it. Nothing to do with spamming, just give it a descriptive text. Your SE will love you for that, no spamming at all. There is still more to go to finish your job; Use http://validator.w3.org/ to see. Don’t need to point out more. I do know about Google or ESPN, but is your business that big, that it can afford to do the same?
    Let’s leave it by that.

  4. Robert

    Ed – you sound like a person with no clue. w3.org is important BUT is is not a requirement. Haha. I also thought it was funny that you did not post a link to your site so that we could all see if you are an expert…hmmm. Haha!

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