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Old 02-18-2010, 03:30 PM
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landscaperoo

I was wondering if anyone has used landscaperoo to build a website.
Not just the trial run thing, but actually paying the fee each month.
I figured I would give it a whirl, but I can't understand how a subtitle can't be centered underneath the header. When I inquired about it, the woman said that someone was working on being able to do that, and it would be available to do so in a few months.
I'm just wondering if anyone has used this, and were you able to actually design the site to look somewhat decent, not childish, etc.
The few sample pages on their site do not look good (imo), and I wanted to see what anyone who used or tried it had to say.
Thanks,
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Old 02-21-2010, 09:55 PM
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Hi MajorTom,

This is Chris, creator of Landscaperoo. We've been so hard at work finishing the new design options, that we haven't posted new examples on the front of our site. Here are just a few examples of members who signed up last week:

http://www.rampionllc.com

http://www.hardscapesbyhuntley.com

http://www.allcountylandscaping.com

In the next week or so, we will be launching "Landscaperoo 2.0" that will give you complete control over your design, among other things. If you have any more questions, feel free to post here or send me a message directly.
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