Posted 23 May 2005 - 07:10 AM
Posted 23 May 2005 - 01:27 PM
Definitely try to make it more organized. Dont have your pictures all over the place. Also, when working with background and fonts, make sure its easy on the eyes
Posted 24 May 2005 - 05:05 AM
Yeah I agree, a bit mish mash with the old format. I see your using tables so maybe narrow them down. give us something to look at rather than searching for something. Also one particular hate of mine with websites is repeated backgrounds. If your logo is good enough you shouldn't need to do this. It takes the eye away from the text etc by being distracting.
Also remember people who have 800 x 600 resolution will be looking at it as well!! It's a little big for them! It fills my screen and I'm on 1280 x 1048 (or whatever the actual pixel sizes are!)
I like the graphic at the bottom of your home page, why is it at the bottom, it''s the mot eye pleasing and yet tucked away at the bottom!!
Nice animation of the computers arguing!
Maybe try a different format and keep your google advertising down one side perhaps? I steer away from websites with advertising and it was the first thing i saw.
If you need any help with anything let me know!
Posted 05 June 2005 - 08:00 AM
Didn't see the original, but it looks pretty good to me. I use broadband and some of your images took a little longer than usual. You might want to use an image editor or one of the many online image tools to "thin" out your larger sized images.
i need to work on my site any comments welcome, and does anyone know where to get good free frontpage templates? Bills World
Also, you have many problems with your html coding. You might want to do a validation check and see if you can't tighten up some of the code :
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Checked into MFHosting. Nice free plans, but I don't like the no ads on your free sites part. I think they wouldn't like the two I have which are from friends' sites plus the ones I have that are unpaid, but needed to use certain web images, etc.
Posted 05 June 2005 - 06:52 PM
Posted 14 June 2005 - 11:54 AM
Posted 14 June 2005 - 03:26 PM
I tend not to want to cater to people who use outdated browsers, too, as I would just flat indicate on the page that it is best viewed at whatever res and the browser to use.
There are compliance guidelines to follow for making your site fit all these requirements. For example, how many people actually put in a summary attribute for tables and fill it out properly for those aural, text and blind users?
I would check the current stats for the percentage of people using what browsers and screen resolutions and design accordingly.
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