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    Senior Member Bradley's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Savage View Post
    I design websites for fun and profit . . . I wouldn't have noticed the pictures being close to the top of the page unless it was pointed out to me....
    The first thing you want some one to do is scroll. . .
    If it starts with an up - - - you will get a down scroll.
    It is a web builders secret trick
    If the surfer does not scroll they leave.
    Leaving translates to zero possibility of a purchase.


    Quote Originally Posted by smithobx View Post
    . . . Our web site is a bit rough around the edges, but it is a work in progress. . . .
    I design websites as well . . .
    Yours is excellent . . .
    I especially like the ropes down each side,
    I wondered what it was all about so I scrolled to see the visual reward
    the hammock attached to each side . . .

    VERY COOL - visually
    VERY COOL - from a make them scroll aspect.
    VERY COOL - from a marketing stand point


    Quote Originally Posted by ricegravy View Post
    I agree with the original posters suggestion.
    I also find myself wanting to scroll up.
    Again it is working because you then scrolled down.
    Bradley SaintJohn
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  2. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by NCPatrick View Post
    Not all hammockers are concerned with weight of their gear. There are many backyard hangers, as well as folks who like to car-camp and maybe aren't schlepping their gear very far. I'd recommend switching to decaf.
    Count me as another that won't buy anything without knowing what it weighs. But I'm pretty mellow, even when caffeine loaded. :-)

  3. #13
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    Being a bit of a gram weenie myself I understand the importance of weights being posted for our gear. Our tarps have been redesigned to better fit our hammocks and we have a new tarp to fit a light weight version of the switchback we will be introducing soon. There are also some minor changes, in the form of additional reinforcing patches etc.,being made to the Speer tarp line. Because of this we decided to wait until all the final prototypes were finished, and we had an average, to post weights. Bear with us and we will try to have the weights up in the next few days.--John
    Tree to Tree Trail Gear: Designer of the Switchback hammock, SB Light Hiker hammock, Light Hiker bedroll, Light Hiker diamond tarp http://stores.tttrailgear.com

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    When I access your site on my old iMac 15" running Safari, I just get a giant tree. Every time i click a page, i get a giant tree. i have to scroll not only down but to the right, too, to see everything. It's annoying. Hope you can fix it someday.

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