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  1. #1
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    Feb 2010
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    21034
    Hey All,
    I am in the process of hand coding my first site (i've been working in CMSs for quite some time), the site will act as my personal portfolio/freelancer base in the coming months. Mainly the site is a way to test out my skills, and I am going over my options for content display.

    My initial thought was to perhaps design with the "one-page" concept, which I highly enjoy. But after some thinking about what I would like to provide (such as area for potential clients to download contracts/agreements), as well as a area with information about the various CMS systems I use; I think I might need a multi-page site. So I would like to ask your opinion on what you think about the following, and your suggestions on techniques for the one you choose.

    1.Go with the multi-page site, perhaps making the home page very artsy. i.e.-pic of me, links placed in neat locations...you know the look. Each additional page could have a life of it's own as well.

    2.Go with the single page, and provide tabs for the content area in the middle.

    3.Go with the single page, and provide a slider for the content area.

    4.Go with the horizontal scroll technique, where each page is accessed by scrolling left or right (so the site would be 4000px+ wide)

    5.Go with a multi-page instiallion, with large hand drawn arrows on the side of each page that are clicked to access the next page.

    Perhaps another concept? Links to tutorials/live demos would be much appreciated.

    Thanks
    Devon

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