I`m assuming that you`re not a web developer nor that you`re a designer, so I will go easy on you, and give you credit for attempting.
I took a look at your web site, and as SDdreameweavers said, the first thing that caught my eye was the http://www.freewebs.com... I wouldn`t consider your web site, a web site at this point, you`re sitting on freewebs.com directory that`s it. I visited your other site the "Microsoft Live" and again, it is a template.
There is one thing that I did see though, the domain shows up as jmdtudiosolutions.com and that is a big plus "WELL DONE"
I don`t know how long you`ve been in business but if you`re going to drive people to your web site, I would suggest that you spend a little cash and get a real web site that will not only attract customers but that you will feel comfortable with.
Even if you`re the best Interior designer in Nashua,NH... you could loose credibility if you don`t spend time time or "CASH" in getting a professional web site designed for you.
F.Y.I, I come from a family of Interior designers "my father owns an upholstery shop" in Los Angeles CA that caters to Hollywood, and believe me I know the pressure and emotions that go into every project.
So my suggestion would be to get a professionally designed web site that will push your business up a notch.
As for SDdreamweavers, I understand that you`re trying to help, but your web site failed validation too. You have 16 errors... If you`re going to use flash in a web site, avoid using the <embed> tag. I don`t know how much you know about the "embed" tag but that was never part of the HTML standardization, it was created by Netscape in order for them to embed applets, remember the good old days when flash wasn`t around, and developers would use Applets as a form to make objects move?
What you need to use, if you`re going to use flash is called " The sautay" method..
Also add a header to your document.
As for your new Blog? ehhh.. Try adding some attributes to the hyperlink... No hard feelings though.
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