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coljung

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Here is a personal photography site.

It's quite simple.

Hope u like it. :tazz:

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Btw, it's not finished yet. There still a few details that need to be fixed concerning menu colors and the email link.
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Dedrivudd

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Nice work. It's simple and good looking. maybe you could add one more category for pictures?
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Nice hopepage maybe you could add a little lighter colours
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coljung

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maybe you could add one more category for pictures


Like what ?
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I really like the design of the site, with the white flame things on the top and bottom :tazz: I don't like how you seperated horizontal and vertical pictures. You could have the vertical photos load into the same picture frame, but with the thumbnails only. When people click the thumbnail, the actual picture comes up in a popup with similar design. Also, the word photo on the top is cut off on the bottom, and the symbol beside your email doesn't match the rest of the page.

You might want to use a stylesheet, instead of putting all the style codes into the actual page, easier to update later.
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You might want to use a stylesheet, instead of putting all the style codes into the actual page, easier to update later.


Right, it's just that i was modifying a part of the css on every page (the menu colors )so i had not put all of it in one single file.

And the cutting of the word 'photos' was done on purpose, still it looks a bit blurry on some of them....
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