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Design, development and content improvements for this website.

http://www.mimemap.com

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Site doesn't load.  Is there a specific page to look at?
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Sussed it out.

     http://www.mimemap.com/default.aspx


First suggestion:  You need to set a default document
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by:Richard Lee
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Thats very interesting that the site doesn't load. What browser are you using?

I use all the newest browsers are no problem (Chrome 11 - Dev, IE 9 RC1, Firefox 3.6.13, Opera 11.01 & Safari 5.0.3) and they all work fine when loading.

There seems to be a slight styling issue in IE9 compatibility mode and Firefox 3.6.13 with the download buttons.

The site is built with asp.net mvc 2 and running on IIS 7.5. You should not have to use the default.aspx to load it.

Try a hard refresh Ctrl+F5.

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by:Paul MacDonald
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Meh.  It's working now.  IE8, by the way.  Maybe I caught it during a reboot?

That said, it looks good.  The only other suggestion might be to have the MIME list be links to some backend information on each type.
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by:Richard Lee
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Any ideas on what sort of info I could link to?

BTW what do you think about showing the number of items returned in the result?
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by:Richard Lee
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Thanks. The points are yours, but would you mind telling me whether having the number of search results displayed would help.

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It wouldn't hurt, but I don't think it's strictly necessary.  If I'm searching, I know what I'm looking for and am probably not concerned with how many similarly-named MIME types there are.
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Perfect!
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