The design has not changed extensively from 2011, but that's okay. In fact, iterative design that makes small changes to sites over time, rather than doing large redesigns changing the entire site at once, is much easier for a customer to accomodate. When a site changes abruptly from one design to a new one, there is a period of adjustment that customers have to make before they are used to the new style and willing to trust the company again. By making small changes gradually, you can introduce new elements to your site without scaring off customers.
</body> tag) so that the scripts don't interfere with the loading of the rest of the page. They still have the problem of an incorrect use of the
HGROUP element. (It surrounds only one header element, rather than a group.) And a few sections were not titled, making the outline incomplete. But otherwise, this site still looks good and holds up over time.
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