View Full Version : AngelWorks Website LIVE!

15-06-2006, 22:09
Finally, after what seems years of change after change, the AWT website is now live.

Its not finished and there is alot still to put up, but that will be added as things move along.

A massive thanks to Craig who put in more time, effort and design though into this than was really neccesary. If anybody needs a website, i highly reccomend him, there was not one single thing he could not accomodate with.

Any comments about the site to improce it, little things missing or wrong, are most welcome.




15-06-2006, 22:17
Looks great Ben, really smart and modern looking. Easy navigation and good use of colours.

I really want to bring the race car up to you too work on, so must give you an email to see what you can do for me.

15-06-2006, 22:42
i'll be down back home not this weekend, but next. Dads birthday, so be good to catchup again and have a beer or 2, see where the last 2 years have gone lol.

15-06-2006, 22:43
looks ace mate. I think a lot of car tuning companies tend not to put much effort into their websites which leaves them looking cluttered and unprofessional, but yours looks really good.

15-06-2006, 22:43
thats all thanks to craig!

Andy P
15-06-2006, 23:02
Looking good. Great site to reflect the work.

Hope his car is sorted soon 8)

15-06-2006, 23:09
it will be, its now a top priority.

15-06-2006, 23:12
Looks really good Ben. As said above, a professional looking website always inspired the customers confidence! Craig has done a relaly good job for you there. Glad to hear that his TB'd beast will soon be running again! 8)

P.S Im still looking at getting my headwork and cams, so may well be in touch!

16-06-2006, 00:23
Nice site man ....awaiting the workshop webcam :wink:

16-06-2006, 00:43
close your eyes because i work in speedos and dance the tango.

16-06-2006, 00:43
looks real good!

very pro web building that, im just getting my mind round micromedia flash....and it isnt easy!

hats off to Craig! Job well done fella 8)

16-06-2006, 09:13

cheers! glad its finally up and running, although there will be updates as and when.

i CANNOT wait to get my car back on the road!!! :D

16-06-2006, 09:46
8) ....Site looks very good, my other half is starting up a letting agent with her new employer and needs a website designing if your interested Craig??.....don't think they have anything sorted yet.

16-06-2006, 10:45
one small thing with the website mate, unless im issing it of course, i cant see a location.

usually people put it on the contact details page. would help people if they knew where your based.

16-06-2006, 10:47
Excellent stuff Ben/Craig, very pro looking 8)

16-06-2006, 10:51
Gaz, yeah just let me know matey, i will do web design work for a decent price price. I've got a couple more on at the mo, but I can certainly help you out if you like mate.

Location is currently TBC, as Ben is in the middle of moving locations. See the news section :)

16-06-2006, 11:14
ah ok, hairy muff :)

17-06-2006, 23:23
nice website ben/craig... had a look at the code and its all very clean 8)

17-06-2006, 23:40

was the 100011010010001010110110100101 ok?

17-06-2006, 23:43
yeah, lol, where is the geek icon :)

17-06-2006, 23:46
craig/ben r or whoever does web design..there is a post in off topic i need help with....could u have a look for me?? :D

18-06-2006, 00:11
it'll be craig.

I'm about as much use with computers as i am with proctology.

18-06-2006, 10:59
Nice site m8, worth the wait. 8)

18-06-2006, 12:31
Looks excellent its a really really good advertisement for what you do. One thing I could spot is that is plenham and plenum a different thing, and if they are the same which is the correct spelling? I've always spelt it plenum but duno if its right.


18-06-2006, 13:43


ple·num Audio pronunciation of "plenum" ( P ) Pronunciation Key (plnm, plnm)
n. pl. ple·nums or ple·na (pln, pln)

1. An assembly or meeting with all members present.
2. A condition, space, or enclosure in which air or other gas is at a pressure greater than that of the outside atmosphere.
3. The condition of being full; fullness.
4. A space completely filled with matter.

18-06-2006, 13:44
plenham is not a word.

18-06-2006, 13:50
where does it say plenham? ill change it if its incorrect!

cheers for the comments, im sure the sites gonna be a big help with Bens business! Looking at the stats, its getting some serious hits too!

18-06-2006, 14:24
yea, its really getting some views!

and it should say plenum everywhere.

I got stuck in a rutt spelling it plenHam for years and years, its a hard habbit to break when typing fast.

18-06-2006, 15:26
good effort lads.....looking good!

18-06-2006, 17:27
Under the Clio V6 fabricated inlet manifold section.


18-06-2006, 19:58
cheers pal, ill edit that now.