The main work has begun. This morning I pulled the trigger and began building the new web structure over the old site for La Mesa RV Park. So far everything is going along well with no issues to speak of.
I’ve been working since 5:00 a.m. Mountain Time and we’re now at 9:30 a.m. Busy morning to be sure. But the overall structure of the site is now in place, and the really hard part is about to begin. Filling pages with relevant content for customers. Fortunately the original site had a lot of information, and we’ll be stripping some of that content out of the old and into the new.
What the former site lacked was style and readability. Additionally, it was unreadable on my IPhone. Here, I’ll show you a screen capture:
As you can see, not the friendliest looking thing to come up on your IPhone while you’re trying to find an RV park. You can zoom in and out to get the buttons, but not super convenient. The new version on the IPhone (and Androids and other mobile devices) looks like the screen capture below:
Pretty straightforward. Tap to call, get that reservation going. Of course, the rest of the content is very readable on a mobile device as well.
If you’d like to see the progress I have left the old site up temporarily as well. To see the old site vs the new site on your computer just follow each link below:
I’d love to hear some feedback from readers. And those of you have have mobile devices, check each link out on those as well. Oh, and the feedback doesn’t need to be, “The pages aren’t full of content yet.” I know that, and it’s what I’m working on right this very moment, so no wise apples out there! 🙂