New website on Irish aviation

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New website on Irish aviation

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Hi lads and lasses!,
Just thought id let ye know that myself ( EI841) and EI-EMT have setup for the crack! Feel free to share any info with us if you want to. All info will be greatly appreciated! www.freewebs.com/aviationireland
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Post by Heliops »

Nice stuff is it just me or has 2004 and 2005 seen a huge increase in Irish aviation websites etc? i mena it's brilliant! i personally have never ever seen so many sprout up from late 2004 to present it's excellent!!!

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Post by Airhead »

hey nice site

just wondering if anyone needs design work for their site i would be happy to be of service

an do a few things to improve the look of a site
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Keep talking airhead ( your name isnt all that appealing), although EI-EMT is doing some course on computers in C.I.T we could do with a hand! I get the info and pics and he uploads it on 2 the site ( he has broadband, i have dial-up), give him an e-mail aviationireland@hotmail.com
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What happened to.......

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The Irish Aviation. net website ??

AH :?:

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You really are high angel arent u? What do you mean?
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Hey nice website especially love the pics of eiwf just to let ye know the atr 42 is a 72
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Sorry, EI-WAT thats EI-EMT for you! He cant tell the difference between black an white! 8) 8) 8)
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Post by PaulR »

Sorry to be a wet blanket, but the spelling on your site is abominable. And too many exclamation marks.

"The IAA are doing there..."? Their.
"Parchauating"? Parachuting, and it shouldn't be capitalised.
"The irish lads must be stripping this for parts look closely they are pull out even the seats" Oh. My. God.

And that's only the Waterford trip page.

Other than that well done, it looks good. And that's a lovely photo of the An2 on the homepage.

I'm not doing this for spite or anything, unless your spelling and grammer is correct you will not get proper respect for what is (so far) a worthy effort and should be excellent when corrected. Plus, if you're intent on pursuing web design as a career this won't look good in your CV.

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Post by EI841 »

Sorry about that PaulR! Thanks for pointing out the spelling mistakes! Very appreciative, I will corect them A.S.A.P, or EI-EMT. Its only been a week since we started the website, and we have gathered a lot of info already! :D :D :D
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That Wheel's up one in Cork was a Cessna 210 just if you're updating it anytime soon.

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Post by danelane2000 »

He made shit of the Prop and NO HE WASNT CUTIING THE GRASS AT LOW LEVEL!
FROM THE WEBSITE::

I particurally would put "shit" in a website about aviation, i wouldnt put any swear words in it, you dont see it here or anyother one. It kinda gives the impression that it is not a good website and after seeing that people might be turned off the website.

Just my views, dont take it to heart or anything ;)

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But Attracts A Young Crowd- But Infairness He's Right!, My website is sqeaky clean-
You see, you can't mix history with comedy well- not to say it's not worth a visit, trust me my website isn't all boring, I'm planning flight sim freeware and looking for a suitible forum for the future (No Gareentee As Yet)!

Good Luck To Aviation Ireland, Is What I Say.[/i]

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Post by Rallye EIBFP »

danelane2000 wrote:
He made shit of the Prop and NO HE WASNT CUTIING THE GRASS AT LOW LEVEL!
FROM THE WEBSITE::

I particurally would put "shit" in a website about aviation, i wouldnt put any swear words in it, you dont see it here or anyother one. It kinda gives the impression that it is not a good website and after seeing that people might be turned off the website.

Just my views, dont take it to heart or anything ;)

Patrick


I would agree with you there Patrick. It does make it more pro.

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Post by EI-EMT »

first of all i would like to apologise to any pilots or student pilots who were upset by my spelling mistakes on our site www.freewebs.com/aviationireland, and i would like this opportunity to thank you for the feedback and i will be making a compeletely new approach in designing the site in a newer and more professional manner

Thanks again for your comments.

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