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    Hey everyone.

    This is my first stern looking professional business site.

    http://www.tweardyassoc.com/temp/index.html

    Please let me know what you think. Thanks.

    (ps. the main page is all that is done)
    Nickhead
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    new website

    The look is good, maybe make the gray box with the text blend in with the back ground better. I would suggest not to indent the paragraphs in the body. And the links to the left, maybe make them a little bit smaller. Just my input. All and all pretty good.

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    There's a lot of grey. I would prefer something a little brighter. Also I would left align the main page text and the navigation - bullet points and centre alignment really don't go together.

    Other than that it looks good.

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    Arial is a 'nice' font, but thats all it is, 'nice'. Maybe try something different and see what it looks like - verdana, Trebuchet MS, Tahoma (not sure if this is a web standard font...) etc.

    You might be suprised. :classic:

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    Tahoma, Size 11/10px, IMO, looks real nice and is clear to read. 10px is a tad small though. Tahoma and Verdana, IMO, are the best web fonts.
    Rednerve
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    Thanks guys. I'll take it all into consideration
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