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Your opinion please: new AppraiseruSA.com site design

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Head Surfer

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rtubbs

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Looks great Wayne and appears to be a lot easier to search by state/county.

Thanks a bunch for both sites (appraiserusa & appraisersforum).
 

Dale Smalley

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The dark blue with black text is hard to read.
 

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The dark blue with black text is hard to read.

I am not sure what you mean.

The only blue with black text on the new site is the map which is a medium blue and the state abreviations, which are black, but they are large and seem easy to read to me.

If you are talking about something else please explain.

Thanks for your comments.
 

Bill_FL

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Wayne,

Looks nice. Easy to use.
 

Mountain Man

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Oh darn it, changes again??

Jus' kiddin, looks good. :D I like the addition of clicking on a state to start the search.
 

ocvillas1

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Awsome! Very professionally looking and excellent content! I like the map feature.
 

Mike Garrett RAA

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Looks very professional, nice job, Wayne!
 

ocvillas1

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Wayne, what's the sorting criteria for the appraiser list?

Also, here is a problem I found in the appraiser search. If I hit Enter, rather than clicking the Search button, after entering the county, I get the following error message: "There is no value for cgifunction".
 

Head Surfer

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Wayne, what's the sorting criteria for the appraiser list?

Also, here is a problem I found in the appraiser search. If I hit Enter, rather than clicking the Search button, after entering the county, I get the following error message: "There is no value for cgifunction".

You have to hit the search button, you can't use enter. That's why the "3" is there to show you have to hit the button.

The sort order is like this:

Those who have purchased positions in the top 5 spots always come up first, according to what they have purchased.

After that (the free listings) I change the sort order once or twice a month based on different criteria. Then I reverse sort based on those same criteria. So no one had an advantage (except the paid positions of course)
 
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