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    Ok, i'm getting paid to make a website for my boss. It's just a small music shop, and he didn't want to pay big fee's for a proffessional, so i'm doing it. I could do with some advice/criticism on what's there so far.

    Personally, I can think of 2 things

    1 - change the background, but he likes it
    2 - get a domain name but we're getting one next week

    It's not completed yet, but hey, let's have some help

    It's up on my site at the moment:

    www.danecobain.com/trevorpricemusic

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    Junior Member Ninju's Avatar
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    Maybe try something different then just that same design that you already use on your website.

    Also, on a few of the pages, I have to scroll horizontally, that is not good, especially since I use a 1280x1024 resolution.

    The menu's appear above the links, that can get a bit annoying.

    The background, as you stated is already in due for a change.

    Are you planning on using this to sell products or just to convey information about the company/business that you work for?

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    Junior Member dave0237's Avatar
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    i am not trying to be mean i just dont think this sort of layout as current will help to give people confidence to buy....try a few tutorials that can be found through google on layouts and then try to expand...maybe try using photoshop to design a basic eye catching layout that can never hurt.

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    yeah i nknow it's pants, but hey. The aim of the site is to get the information accross about the products, so that people can come in and know what they want pretty much.

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    oh yeah i can't get the menu's to appear below the edge of the frame's. I could do with a bit of help on that does anyone know how to make the drop down menu's expand below the frame's>


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