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7 Sandvox sites tagged “dog”

Lucky Dog Cambridge

“When I started my business, I used Apple's iWeb. Since that application was defunct, I could no longer update the information. Sandvox offered a simple and elegant solution, making a new website very easy to create.” — Jane A. Beal

TJH Studio

TJH Studio

“I wanted to use the KISS formula (keep it simple stupid) to make it easy for the customer to navigate around. I will make changes as need be and that's why I have the contact information up so that I can get feedback.” — Thomas J. Herring

Wonder Dog Ranch

Wonder Dog Ranch

“I used a screenshot of a typed page rather than a picture on the banner media page as it was too hard to get a picture that would fit in the media banner. I am sure it is possible but so far pretty hard to get a regular picture to jump in there so it is viewable. Media banner is a strange size.” — Kevin D.

South Island Papillon Club

South Island Papillon Club

“We used pares with and without sidebars, embedded you tube video, photo album, plain text, photo pages, facebook like, site map and lots of links between pages to keep people moving about and exploring the website.” — Rick Holcomb

Duurstede Kennels

Duurstede Kennels

“From the emails we are receiving, it is obvious we have a real following. The ease of use is something I would never have been able to achieve without Sandvox and that is a major contributing factor to our high number of hits.” — William R. Van Wyck

Zuflucht für NotBoxer e.V.

Zuflucht für NotBoxer e.V.

“Since I changed the old webpage and design to the new one which is delivered with Sandvox, nearly [everyone has] told us that they like the new clear and easy to use webpages.” — Joerg-Peter Walkenhorst

Jim Kofron Photography

Jim Kofron Photography

“One thing that I wanted to do with my website is to continue to use my Jalbum based photo galleries in conjunction with the Sandvox main site. I like the additional control that I can get with Jalbum. By using the "List of Links" page, I find that I can very easily do this. I may eventually...” — Jim Kofron