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Hi Pals,

I have designed a web site for an astrologyst named Oguzhan Ceyhan.

Looking forward to hearing your opinions.

Thank you very much.

www.sercotec.net/karma

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Re: A new Astrologyst Web Site

i already check your site with FF, IE7, n K-meleon and look good to me!

nice work dude! i like your color scheme and the graphics, well done!

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A new Astrologyst Web Site

Great look but I think you have a problem in that everything looks like it could be a link but most of the graphics aren't and the ones that are don't provide any visual feedback for the user.

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A new Astrologyst Web Site

Impressive site I really like the imaging used.

Just a few problems in from my point of view:
Firstly I agree with Tyssen, I had to move my mouse over everything to tell what was a link and what wasn't - might be nice if the images changed a bit on mouseover and if there was more information telling me what was a link.

This is only a minor problem but on the left and right sides of the logo at the top u can tell the same 15ish pixels is being repeated, don't know if there's anything you can do to reduce this effect?

Also are your links going to always open in a new window like they do at the moment ? This should really be up to the user and in this situation I don't think it's really needed.

Lastly, I'm viewing on a 19" monitor and it feels a little bit empty but I imagine that'll improve when there's a bit more content.

These are all pretty minor things, overall very nice design Smile

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