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Thread: Review my site

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    Please review the site I created for my business,I am new to webdesign and I am still having difficuties with it because in some computers the images overlap. Suggestions and solutions to the problem are welcome
    www.intecconinc.com
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    Krakeniii

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    Senior Member echoSwe's Avatar
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    Nav lost at contact form. Too many/large images, plz compress them. Hmm, what does drop-shadow in Photoshop mean?
    Why have you got such a splash screen before you enter the site? What's it good for? Why is the URL bouncing about in there? Why do you have 1000 flags at the splash screen?
    You might want to add text at the index page.

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    you might want to shrink you navigation buttons a bit. That is the first thing i see when I go to any page.

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    get rid of the splash screen.
    add the companies real addresses on the contact page.
    make the naviagtion smaller, it's huge.
    change the color blue to a less generic crayola blue.
    in the navigation, the bottom three links look like they are part of the site, when they are actualy links to other sites. that's confusing.
    Jason

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    is it to slow for dial-up conections??

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    i'm not sure. If you used photoshop for your site, it would tell you how fast it loads. Other programs might do the same thing.

    It probably dose ok, but you could probably make it go faster.
    Jason


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