Looking back at the two websites, each offered something different to the reader. The website had a home page with six header lines and that allowed for a reader to click on what was most important to them in their research. Revisiting Rebellion: Nat Turner in the American Imagination has separate tabs that gave different information. Clicking on the tab would then lead you to another page that gave information. This website was was fairly short and sweet to the point. It allowed me to gain an overview of the actual text without having to read it. It then had the website URL linked to the page in which I could go to the actual website where the information was derived from. The second website, The Portent: John Brown’s Raid in American Memory was more lengthy in terms of information than the first. The website is very wordy in length and could have visitors exiting prematurely. Both websites contain proper information that I believe was unbias and just factual information. The one thing that did benefit this website then the first was the use of images throughout the site. I think that website reviews are helpful in the sense they give a brief overview and allow for knowledge to be gained without doing all the extra reading.