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An ever evolving work-in-progress, AttitudeGarage.com was an existing css/html site that we converted to WordPress and the Genesis Framework. The client wanted to maintain the look and feel of their existing website, but as they are regularly adding new products, keeping the html site up to date with navigation, etc became a bit cumbersome.
It took a few weeks to work out most of the kinks and decide on what color and outlines for the navigation menu, but in the end the client has been very pleased with the results.
We've recently added another main menu button and reordered the navigation menu and now need to work on a consistent size and spacing for the menu "buttons". If you have any suggestions on how to achieve consistent spacing on the navigation menu "buttons", and comments/suggestion in general, let me know.
Our current project with this site is to add more relevant content to pages that are light on content, and SEO best practices throughout the site.
Nice site! Now I want to get my garage organized 🙂
My only problem is that I had a hard time reading some of the text at the bottom of the site (the red on black), but that's just me - I find it difficult to read websites with black backgrounds.
Looks like a good mechanic or "garage putterer" site. I too had a problem reading the menu at the bottom, the grey on black, but it could be my ages old laptop.
The very last set of links at the bottom of the page should actually be yellow ... having a little css issues there. We're using both the original css stylesheet along with the theme's stylesheet for this site. At some point, we'd like to merge them all into one.
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