Please don't go away. A little constructive criticism won't hurt.
This list serve is the best place to get ideas from a host of real
professionals in art education. I plan to go back to your site and to
list it among my list of links for other art educators to visit. Some
may send you notes commenting on the site. If they are negative
consider those comments and think how you can improve things. Or,
If they are wrong just Thank them and continue on.
If you haven't already, I would suggest that you add a guestbook
to your site. I have one. I find that people who would never send me
an e-mail will sign in a comment into the guestbook. The guestbook
automatically e-mails me when I have a new entry. I got the code for
my guestbook at:
You will need to learn how to edit your html code to add this feature.
It is not too difficult to master.
Stay with us at ArtsEdNet, Woody in KC
I am annoyed by all of the solicitation phone calls I get daily. but, as yet
I have not taken my phone off the wall. I just don't answer it until the
machine tells me who it is.
> I recently added my URL to the list in hopes of getting some feedback on my site that I worked very hard on, as we all do. So far I've gotten complaints about pop up ads. Our district has not offered/given any kind of web site development and if I wanted to showcase my students work then I would have to find an alternative. Freehomepage. com was that alternative. Unfortunately to keep the site free they have pop up ads. I cannot do anything about it. I wanted everyone to see the site for the content, not complain about the ads, which I have no control over. So my advice, don't visit the site. I was disappointed about the complaints. My superintendent has no problem with it. I have not gotten any complaints from teachers or parents, only here. I am seriously considering unsubscribing from the list. So anyway, have a good thanksgiving.
> Sal Pienschke
> Anne M. Jeans elementary