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Websites Request a review of "Algebra Tutorials"

Discussion in 'Reviews' started by navyfalcon, Oct 28, 2009.

  1. navyfalcon

    navyfalcon Well-Known Member Verified Member

  2. bmcoll3278

    bmcoll3278 New Member

    You may want to check with google . I think you can only have 3 per page.

    Other than that like all your work it looks great and the code is clean,
    I did not look at description or keywords as we talk about that quite often
  3. Thewebriches

    Thewebriches New Member

    I'm not an expert but the site looks pretty good. The Adsense placement looks good too, as for how many I think you're good. I believe it's 3 ad units, 3 link units, and more with the other types but it looks like that's all you're using.
  4. navyfalcon

    navyfalcon Well-Known Member Verified Member

    Thank you for the reviews
    Would someone comment on the content
    I have "free high school", "free colleges", and "free universities"
    also those having problems with math, "free tutoring"
    and most important, information on the TI-83/84 calculator
    required in many "high schools" and allowed on "college" math entrance exams
    and the SAT and ACT, including operation and programming plus many programs already to load and use.
    thank you
  5. ishkey

    ishkey Moderator, Logos, Sports Crests Staff Member Verified Member

    The S.O.S. Math - Trigonometry page you are linked to is acting strange. Plus I do not like POP UNDERS this one has to go.
    Looked at the Calc Functions they look good. Reminds me when my youngest who is 23 now, straight "A" all the time and couldn't even count using his fingers, as a matter of fact he and most of his friends couldn't even define a problem let alone solve it, even with a calc. New wave math.

    I wonder if some of these sites have tried W3C Math Home for displaying.

    It really looks like you almost have the entire gabit covered.
    I can't wait for the quantum physics section to come out.

    So in the GED section looks like some states still aren't on line yet.

    Distance Education not working - Butte College Media and Distance Learning
    Online Classes

    These pages just don't follow your theme
    General: Distance Education Colleges accepting CLEP ACT SAT
  6. navyfalcon

    navyfalcon Well-Known Member Verified Member

    Thank you "Ishkey"
    will try and correct the problems as soon as possible
    I will have from arithmetic to calculus - don't know about quantum physics
    I think I will leave that to "Bill Clinton" who stated he was a nuclear physicists
    among other things.
  7. navyfalcon

    navyfalcon Well-Known Member Verified Member

    to Ishkey
    I removed SOS math from algebra and replaced it with video tutorials
    I use a pop-up blocker so I didn't know of the problem
    free pop up blockers:
    Pop Up Blocker - Downloads for Free - Stop Those Annoying PopUps
    mine come with Google toolbar and firefox
    I was hoping someone would try the Virtual TI 83
    The Texas Instrument (TI) calculator is incrediable for advanced math
    with its built in functions and even greater with the available programs
    it makes distance math a breeze from arithmetic to calculus, don't know about quantum physics though.
    I intend later to add the hp graphing calculator for science and engineering
    Thanks for the help
    am continuing to repair the problems
  8. abegobe

    abegobe New Member

    Hmm... maybe i won't commented about the topic itself... "algebra tutorial and its followers"... it's over my range, but i prefer commented about navigating and design style of your site....:rolleyes:

    in my opinion, you still can tweak your homepage interface a little bit, to make it more neat and easy navigate...

    don't poured all information in your home page... maybe you can make 2/3 menu level to display all link you want to show ....

    sometimes, a little fix can make a big change....:D
  9. navyfalcon

    navyfalcon Well-Known Member Verified Member

    You are right - my math sites are boooring, but i don't know how to change that. The TI-83 (VTI) is exceptional. It has many programs for math that anyone having problems in math should use it. Some of the programs include a step by step display of solving the problems. Also, I have several explanations of the programs in "Articles". It makes math easier and the step by step programs explain "your problem and the way to get the solution". Not as good as a tutor, but immediate access and a lot cheaper. Also they have games for it, but I don't stress that. For math from arithmetic thru calculus, the TI graphing calculators (TI-83/84) are hard to beat and most high schools and colleges allow them on tests.
    How to liven up the information, I don't know. But I am concentrating on content now and making explanation on different programs in the "article" section. Anything math related, including math puzzles.
    Thank you for your review and you are correct on all points.
  10. ishkey

    ishkey Moderator, Logos, Sports Crests Staff Member Verified Member

    here is the proper code for your page to fix IE
    [SIZE=1][COLOR=#ff0000][I][COLOR=#ff0000][SIZE=3][COLOR=blue]<!--[if lt IE 7]>[/COLOR][/SIZE][/COLOR][/I]
    [I][SIZE=3][COLOR=blue].lecol width="39.0%"[/COLOR][/SIZE][/I]
    [I][SIZE=3][COLOR=blue].mdcol width="39.0%"[/COLOR][/SIZE][/I]
    [I][SIZE=3][COLOR=blue].rcol width="19.0%"[/COLOR][/SIZE][/I]
    I believe in the first line you have typed ("1" one) should be ("L" lowercase)
    and if I'm not mistaken "col width" was fixed in IE7
    here is what shows on home page

    Attached Files:

    • bad.jpg
      File size:
      14.6 KB
  11. navyfalcon

    navyfalcon Well-Known Member Verified Member

    Thank you Ishkey
    I made those changes