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    Junior Member nsmith35244's Avatar
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    From the critique I've gotten from others, and now my own critique, it looks like I've implemented everything wrong.

    critique and advice please

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    http://nathan.alligatorice.com/sitetest

    I'm thinking of re-doing the site from scratch. My layers, dhtml menu, and everything is just...bad.

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    Junior Member nsmith35244's Avatar
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    oh, you can see the current site at

    www.alligatorice.com

    ..yes, it's definately a bandwith hog.

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    Your top left image breaks in Firefox and your menu doesn't even show up.

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    Right. that's my dhtml menu. It's messed up.

    And the logos and stuff..bad. Layers are messed up.

    Basically, I need to know the "proper" way to do what I'm trying to do, based on the current layouts and such.

    We have various printing and advertising material, and the website acts as a sales medium for such.

    I was thinking more of an information-based site, then someone can insert their information and then after submitting, download a kit full of advertising material. That way I wouldn't shove high-bandwith material down their throats unless they want it.

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    grrrr. Grrreen... Am I sick or really i see how this color eat all content text and after then my eyes too...... ?
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    You seem to be using the image over and over again in places. Your source is extremely long. The DHTML menu is really not needed it causes loading times to be a main, and infact it doesn't even load in firefox. If you are trying to market something, being able to be available to everyone in a professional way would be your best bet. Instead of overloading the use of the image that is around 5 pixels, make a few that you can just set as a background or just stretch to 100%, instead of making two different resolution versions, make one that is liquid.

    The CSS does look good, in correct format and layed out nicely.

    The text for the main page is a bit.. Loud. It doesn't seem professional enough, it seems more like something a child would have a better time reading.

    Take my comments constructively they are not meant to bend.


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