View Full Version : Septic Tank Site

12-27-2005, 04:34 PM
I've been involved in a low tech, low budget site build. I'd just like any feedback.

See: http://www.mtmdrains.co.uk

12-28-2005, 11:15 AM
I thought it looked good. Understand I mostly care about content and that seemed right on target. Easy to read and good diagrams.

I am not convinced septic tanks need to be cleaned every year; I think it depends on the size of the tank vs the number of people living in the house and how heavily they use the system. It may also depend on geography. I live in the USA where we get about 15" of rain per year and it is much warmer and dryer than this companies service area.


12-28-2005, 04:39 PM
Looks good, from a design standpoint here is what I'd do

1. Make the top nav bar text. You can make the text a few points bigger than the normal text. You could also do some kind of CSS stuff to add highlights on mouse rollovers.

2. The front page text style isn't the same as the other pages (its bold and smaller)

3. Some images could use a little more padding on the sides to add whitespace between text. This one specifically http://www.mtmdrains.co.uk/permission.html

From a SEO perspective --

1. All your title tags are the same for every page. They should be seperate for each page. So the page on sewage treatment shouldn't say "MTM | Septic Tanks, Cesspits, Soakaway Systems, Sewage Treatment" it should be something like "Sewage Treatment" and then change the description tag.

Otherwise it looks great!