The current web site [[url removed, login to view]] is almost complete.
However - the PNG text files that have been imported to a lot of the pages are showing up differently. So, if you select the home page on either the french (in french it is "accueil") or the english page - the quality and 'feel' is different to the 'team' page (on the french side this is called "l'equipe").
The aim is to apply the same quality and feel for the text across the following pages - "HOME","MENUS" (the initial text that reads "Our Chefs.." - not the MENU text itself as this is OK), "TEAM", "LOCATION". The same goes for the french side of the webs site - "HOME","MENUS", "l'equipe", "situation".
The aim and goal is that all the text listed above should be the same as the french TEAM page that shows 'Olivier Gineste'. This standard should be applied across all the listed pages.
The problem I have come across is that all the PNG files I have incorporated change in some way when I import them into SWISHMAX - and there is no conformity - so it looks unprofessional.
To be very clear - all the text on the previously mentioned web pages needs to display as the SAME size, the SAME font (Helvetica) and LOOK the same. Currently there are variations.
That is the first and most important part.
The second is that I would like to get this web site loading faster. Yes, it is doing a lot but I think it can be 'tuned' in some way to increase loading time.
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