Qarik wrote: »
I use a customized smugmug site. When I say *I*, I mean my wife did all the work and I just upload stuff. She was total HTML/CSS noob and just hacked her way through using the dgrin support forums.
Agnieszka wrote: »
I did my own flash website for wayyy too long Gosh, I don't think I ever had so many headaches
Using photobiz.com now. Couldn't be happier. You can change the design with one click, upload / change information ... you're basically in charge of everything, and the changes will be applied immediately. Looks professional, the charge is minimal, and super user friendly
glengoffin wrote: »
This is such a timely (for me) thread! I've been wrestling with whether to continue with SM and HTML as my primary site or move to a FLASH based site. photobiz.com is definitely on my list so it is great to hear your impressions!
Thanks - Glen
Mishka wrote: »
On thing to keep in mind before you make a big move to flash is that a lot of new apple products may not to be able to read flash. That, and flash is so slow compared to HTML.
I would be interested in looking at statistics for a flash website. How many people land on the front page and then immediately leave (music playing, page loads too slowly, can't see anything on the page)? If that percentage is high, something is probably not working well. Anybody with a flash-based website care to chime in?
Kinkajou wrote: »
Also using photobiz.com after Angie's recommendation a while back - love it!!! I have a separate little blog on blogspot, but it's not 100% businesss.
ivar wrote: »
I just set up my new website, flash only at this time. My own design, me and (mainly) my brother coded it.
Agnieszka wrote: »
Ohhhhhhh, me likey-likey!! Simple, elegant + beautiful photos!! Love your blog too!!!!
Hey, how did you do the FB thing on your blog, if I may ask .... is that a plugin?