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Hi guys,

Finaly, I have finished works under my website (Link removed) and I want to know your profesional opinion about its design, structure. Maybe I should change something to my web will look like professional web presentation. Thank you.

Dimas Grube

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first thing i noticed is

first thing i noticed is that you should have

< and >

instead of the

< and >

[edit]Post edited by CT to show html entities!

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Deuce, was that what you

Deuce, was that what you meant?

I couldn't see those in the code, but I must say my eyes are going a bit!

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ClevaTreva wrote:Deuce, was

ClevaTreva wrote:
Deuce, was that what you meant?

I couldn't see those in the code, but I must say my eyes are going a bit!

Coz I have fixed it, ClevaTreva Smile

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Doh

Doh

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I'm assuming you are looking

I'm assuming you are looking for CSS reviews. I can only offer them from an amateur perspective, but there are some things that might need to be addressed.

There are certain aspects off CSS that, if utilized in this website, would really help contain items on the pages a little better and clean up some areas.

1. I'm in New York Citty at the moment. The load time was a little long. Your page is heavily weighed down by the amount of imagery used. You found some good fonts and create images out of them instead of depending on the anti-aliasing from XP to create smooth text. That's fine, but I would suggest maybe looking into some Java to convert just normal text into whatever font you want instead of making images for your navigation bars both on the left and up top. This will offer less to download and more to customize. If it were text, you could do great things with CSS such as play with hover styles, etc.

2. I'm on some random person's PC right now and their resolution is set to 1024X768. Perhaps freeing up some of that imagery suggested in #1 will give you a chance to make the page a little skinnier. At the momemt, I'm borderline having to use a left to right scroll bar and we all know how much of a cosmetic nightmare that can be. Work on makking the page thinner and things will look more smooth.

Great imagery though as far as the pictures are up top. I also like how things are pushed to the left with the right border, very genuine.

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Thank you for your

Thank you for your response!

If I understand right you mean that I should optimize all images? On my web I try to stay away from java scripts, coz a lot of people just tun it off.

Any way thank you,
Dimas.

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Your site is NOT xhtml 1

Your site is NOT xhtml 1 compliant. But you have buttons on the bottom that say it is.