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    i'd like to get a site review for both of my websites...both have been up for a while now, but for some reason, i haven't asked for a review from you guys yet.

    www.heartheissues.com

    http://pakman.thevividedge.com

    thanks!

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    The header on the politics site needs some work as its really jagged. The site has a good idea behind it though.

    You might want to fact check before posting articles though, pearl harbour wasn't a terrorist act. It was an act of war against a military installation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spiral
    The header on the politics site needs some work as its really jagged. The site has a good idea behind it though.

    You might want to fact check before posting articles though, pearl harbour wasn't a terrorist act. It was an act of war against a military installation.
    whoops, should just read "attack," not terrorist attack.

    about the header, how can i remove that jaggedness? i have the original adobe illustrator EPS file for it, which isn't jagged at all.

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    I would suggest making the font in your (1st site) comment form smaller. It is way too big.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bl8rchk
    I would suggest making the font in your (1st site) comment form smaller. It is way too big.
    you know what, i actually don't know why it's that size. in netscape, it looks just the way it looks in dreamweaver. for some reason it's HUGE in internet explorer. any ideas what that might be from?


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