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Internet Brothers: Helpware for the Cybercommunity - Our Honors

 Awards Honoring Our Content 

Medaille d'Or for Web Site Excellence
Received July 2, 1999
Medaille d'Or for Web Site Excellence

We took you up on your invitation to take a look at your site, and were very impressed by what we saw. Congratulations on being awarded the Medaille d'Or for it! An excellent site: all we need to do now is work out how you've done those drop down menus. Essential viewing.

Ken & Maureen Lussey
Medaille d'Or for Web Site Excellence

H&H Tutorials
Received March 27, 1999
H&H Tutorials Gold Award

Thank you for your participation in H&H Tutorials awards program, upon review of your site we found certain criteria met or surpassed for the presentation of an award. The web community benefit and site content were high on the list of criteria in the review as well as the exceptional color scheme and ease of navigation. We at H&H are pleased to present to you the prestigious Gold award which is only displayed on the finest web sites in the world. Congratulations on a job well done and your contribution to the web community as a whole.

Thomas Horne - H&H Enterprises
Received March 11, 1999
Making It Count Award

What a site! We had a great deal of fun perusing the many pages/content. It was good to see meta and alt tags in use. We liked your use of the hierarchical menu as well as the speed in which your whole site loads. Your layout and color theme was easy on the eyes and allowed us to focus on the matter at hand. The content from Internet Brothers is such that one should make a large pot of coffee and plunge into this website. Great job!

Sammi Morrow -

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