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    hi experts..

    i've given an assignment on shopping cart website.. i'm just confused on how to make the website look pro and user- friendly...

    i dunno to make the site inot frames or tables?? which one is better..

    then the color combination is another prob.. is it ok if i used dark blue and orange and brown.. ??


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    Try not to double post. Also, avoid frames if it's going to be something professional.

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    Frams are for new webdesigners and people with little time because you dont need to change lets say the links on the table of contents and if you have a big site its better for you but not for other. i recently made a frame site for a robotics competion and we came up in like 10th place or something (only 20 people in competion) im almost sure if we made the same site but without frames it would have placed at least 5th.
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