> > Was it worth it? I hear you ask, well IMHO no, a seemingly disorganised
> > mess of graphics and boxes.
> The HTML is pretty disorganised as well. It's one of the worst written
> pages I've seen in some time. There are missing quotes from the HTML,
> meaning some tags lead straight into others. There is invalid HTML (part of
> the comment is actually outside the comment tags) and I haven't the
> It looks like it's forcing a refresh of the page every x time interval, but
> it seems that the value for x is too small so it's refetching the page
> before it's finished redrawing it from the previous time. It would be
> interesting to see how it displays on a slow PC.
Are we looking a the same page?
There are 2 pages that you come to, index.html which you come to first and
there's not enough room - they leave the worst till later. It automatically
tries to redirect you to the next page immediately you arrive....
though they were written by a goldfish on LSD. Through various tortuous and
over complex steps it aims to use a unique time to fetch a ... banner advert?
The message of the site seems to be clear though - if this is the best Oyster
Partners can do, don't even consider them for designing your website.
<bumbles off to see their website and stumbles on a client list including
Equitable Life, Carlton, Intel, Macmillan Publishing, Harvard, Hewlett
Packard, DTI, No.10 Downing Street, Schroders and many others...>
can persuade clients that they can... :->
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