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Old 27-02-2003, 07:16 PM   #1
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Hey just been working on my own website portfolio, I know its still early but any comments would be cool.

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Old 27-02-2003, 09:47 PM   #2
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Coming along

I like the colours.
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Will you be using all those large blocks of images?

Or will you be using css/css-p to make all of your background colors?

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I don't know how to turn em into CSS, programming isn't my strongest.. can you give me a few pointers? I really don't like the blocky images personally.
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Hey BillyZ.. great job on the site so far! A few things though... the top banner, with the text in it... maybe you should add a outerglow of black to that (with screen on.. it wont work, set that dropdown to normal).. and then tweak it a bit.. as for your buttons..seeing your website is not going to be stretching across the page.. you should center it.. and put a black border around it... it requires some code to do it nicely.. if your interested i can write it out for ya . This way your website would look correct on every resolution.. and would be better that way . Other than that i would have to see it complete to give more feedback.. but good start so far .

BTW.. the look of a site is HUGE for myself.. if its a personal portofilo that is.. but simplicity and speed are even bigger than that! So, your rollovers may be a bit too much, and the text used for the dates and whatnot, really arent needed.. you can use verdena at size 2 or 1 for that instead . Think about the 56 k'ers. Cya.
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