Re: hifihaven Website Issues

I've gotten 2 or 3 of these emails in the last few months and the subject of the email was the same as the title of this thread. Someone (maybe more) thinks I own The Haven.😁😁🧐 Not sure if the emails were from the same sender as I deleted the first one or two. I told the first sender REMOVE as instructed per email but got one or two more. Maybe this info is helpful? I've never run into any problems on my laptop or ipad mini3.

"Dear hifihaven.org owner,

Hey there,

Not sure if you knew this but your website hifihaven.org has some problems that you might want to consider looking into. I spent 2-3 minutes looking around and found:

- It doesn't work properly on Mobile Phones, at all (which is how people browse the web these days).
- It doesn't adjust properly when you resize the screen (Google recommends RESPONSIVE Websites rather than ADAPTIVE)
- It's hard to read on larger displays
- The design looks really, really dated compared to some of your competitors.

I actually do web design as a living so I figured I'd reach out and let you know there's serious room for dead easy(and affordable) improvement. If you would like, I can send you some of my previous work samples.

I can develop the website on a more advanced platform at an affordable price. That price also includes making it complete mobile responsive which will support all modern devices including all ranges of screen sizes.

Is that something you'd be interested in?

Regards,

Matt Brown
Senior Frontend Developer
Email: matt@aelosys.com
website: www.aelosys.com


P.S: This is onetime email and you may ask us to "REMOVE" you from our mailing list."
 
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SPL db

Junior Member
And as far as the dated comment goes... to each their own, I like the forum layout and aesthetics of the Haven.

In short... I'm good. :beat
 

Ernie

Activated
Spam email. I've received a bunch of those, from that sender, and many, many others. Mass mailings.
 
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