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Hello everyone, my first site is ready. Please, give your opnions, suggestions, critics, ...

www.herenvanzichem.be

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Very nice work.

Your code is squeeky clean and overall it's a nice, clean, readable (apart from language Wink ) design.

It seemed to work in Firefox, IE6.0 and Opera consistantly too.

There was a warning with the (X)HTML validator with the link: <a href="http://www.scherpenheuvel-zichem.be/Index.aspx?ID=0&SGREF=3373">hier</a>

Namely, the '&' character gives off that error in expecting the next few characters to be part of a character code and wants the semicolon ';' at the end. If you want to clean that up as well as other instances in your pages, just simply rewrite the '&' character as '&amp;'

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OK, thanx alot, I missed that one.

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Fixed that one. Thanx again

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One dead link on the page. Otherwise, the code is perfect, XHTML and the CSS.

The guestbook link returns "Page not Found", so fix that and you're good to go.

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Thanx GatorSr, I fixed it.

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Other remarks, suggestions?

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it functions fine.. easy to read and all that.. but it isn't particularly exciting

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I checked it out in FF, IE, and Opera. I did not notice anything problematic.

This is my big chance . . . yep, I blew it . . .

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Conoobus, thanx, I know it's not the most exciting website. It's also my first, and the people I made it for, are happy.

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One small thing about the calender, it's better to put the latest dates on top, and the oldest on the bottum. This way you don't have to scroll down to see what is going on this moment.

For the rest it looks very nice.

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I think it's better to put the first appointments first and the later ones last, because that way, you can see what are the first things that will be happening. That's why I did it that way. If you put the first activity the latest, then you have to scroll.