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hi all,

my site is going to live.....i want feedback from u guys

plz..

http://www.idswebhosting.com/index1.html

give me ur feedback

Thanks
Chandan...

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Great....

no body giving feedback.......

thanks to all
chandan

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Thanks

Thanks a ton Tyssen

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Hi this is very nice ,but

Hi this is very nice ,but contact page is going left.

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capcha image doesn't show

capcha image doesn't show but otherwise it's a pretty clean and professional looking site. The main page though looks like it's incomplete. When you click the HOME button it goes to a very basic page which looks out of sorts. Dunno if that's deliberate or not, but it seems odd. Otherwise a nicely made page.

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Nice and clean, yes

First of all, I like the design, colors, layout. Although there are some things you might consider to change.

1) DIVITIS! Man, you have a div and an id for everything. For example the 4 boxes in your content section. You can use 1 class instead of 4 id.
2) Or why create a class txtbig, ourservices, if there is heading from 1 to 6? SEO wise smarter anyway.
2) Navigation is an unordered list of links, so use a ul.
3) Same in your footer. The vertical separator might look funny when looked at with a different charset. Since you will have to use a li, create a border-right.
4) Don't use images for plain text
5) p is for paragraphs, use it instead of creating a class and using br to make a paragraph.
6) Put your CSS in a separate file. There is a lot of inline styling. I guess you became tired of creating another class, or you couldn't imagine another name for the class. Wink

*Edit:

Forgot to mention:
7) The font is pretty small and defined in px. Not good for the visually impaired.

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A bit of solid advice for

A bit of solid advice for you; don't in future leave it till the last minute to seek advice for a site that is going live!! at least this is, to some extent, how this thread is reading.

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Great Look...

Hi,

Really like the look of the site. Colour scheme and layout are very good, very professional. Anyway apart from the issues mentioned above i.e contact page goes left, home page does not go to the correct page etc hers a few of mine on the actual design elements, a little attention to detaily I know but just for your reference:

    *The guy on the top left of the header could do with a better masking job being done in Photoshop. You can still see a white outline in certain areas and around the left shoulder and leg look out of place. Once the image has been cut out a bit better try duplicating that layer and placing it underneath the original, then choose a soft light blending mode and perform a small amount of gaussian blur on it. Usually does the trick.
    *The reflections on the towers are good but try leaving a gap between the reflection and the actual image being reflected as this adds more to the image.
    *For an extra flair I would place subtle drop shadows below every image element on the header as this will make them stand out produce an overall better effect.
    *And last but not least the tabs at the top are not really to my taste, but that could be a personal thing. I would try using a hover effect of the tabs to give a visual aid to the user and also maybe an active state on the tabs aswell.

Hope this helps a bit.

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RESET MARGINS!!!

As I sift through this site I see alot of newbie mistakes. I'm no GURU but I have a good grasp of basic CSS...

I've picked up many tricks along the way too...one of the MOST IMPORTANT!

Is Margin Resets...

* {
margin:0em;
padding:0em;
}

This is a cross browser compatible piece of code that allows you to work from a blank starting point...meaning all margins and padding on subsiquent styles/id's are working from the same starting point.

This page in FireFox for example needs work, take a look for yourself as around 50% of your viewing audience will use this browser:

http://www.idswebhosting.com/managed-hosting.html

Also the advice given to you about using the HTML for Headers/Strong/Italic and font size should be used INSTEAD of custom class styles.

Good luck and redo your CSS and ID's before going live, or redo the CSS as soon as possible.

Good Luck.

id="css"
#css {
background:too tired for this!
}

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Thanks to all

thanks to all, for give me such good feedback
it really help me lot

thanks
chandan