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Trying to develop a drupal site


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fahmohd

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I am new to CMS.
Health Articles is my first attempt at using drupal for developing a site. After a lot of hiccups I had to settle for a simple theme. What is your opinion on the site layout?
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admin

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I like it. :whistling:
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i like the layout...easy to navigate....and the colors are nice for a medical field...don't know why...but dark red..or maroon usually works for medical stuff
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I lack the ablity of saying "nice site" so.....

I see you are useing & you sould use & it is more valid and you know that no browser is going to do something funny. & means something spical in html.

In IE there is a dark read image apearing between Health Fitness and Fitness Medicine. It displays right in FireFox, you should fix that.

I see you are marking you site up as xhtml till you get to
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" />
which means the browser displays it as html!
You sould just use html 4.01
Up the top of my favorite web chat room is
Don't use XHTML unless you understand it: http://hixie.ch/advocacy/xhtml
You might like to read that.
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Thanks for the suggestions
I changed & to &amp
As far as other things are concerned, it seems beyond me to make the changes in drupal themes or php files. Hopefully once I learn more I may be able to understand how to do it.
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Ok then, nice site :whistling:

Have fun learning, php is so fun.
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I agree about the color scheme. PERFECT! Can't think of a better color-theme combo than used on your site.
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