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    Here's something I'm working on at the moment, I started yesterday and I've done a lot today as well, opinions:

    http://www.pesplus.com/new_web/PES%20Plus/test.html

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    It looks very clear in my opinion, but the red blocks on the top and the bottom seem just a tad bit too bulky, maybe try making them smaller or something?

    otherwise, a very nice color scheme

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    Whilst you're trying to reduce the size of those red blocks, may i suggest trying to sort out the pixelisation problem at the ages? Photoshop might be able to help you if you have it.

    Also, you forgot

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    <title>Pes Plus</title>
    Title tags. Heresy!

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    I don't like that red image in the background of the content area, and also I think you should left justify your text rather than center. Other than that, nice clean design.

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    Looks good, though the red image makes the text a little hard to read.

    Also wondering why you used Flash for the navigation?

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    I agree that I need to sort the red image out, I was thinking of making the text go more towards the right, or maybe have it left aligned and the image on the left.

    I haven't bothered with any title tags yet because I'm just working on the design, but thanks for all the comments

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    I'd say that the same effect with the menu could be achieved by just using two images and a little JS, and they way you're not requiring people to have a recent version of Flash to view your website. Also, I think the bottom red bar would look a little better were it say 2/3 of the height it is now... or if your copyright text was just taken up off of the baseline of the image a little.

    Nice site, I like your logo a lot
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard S
    Looks good, though the red image makes the text a little hard to read.

    Also wondering why you used Flash for the navigation?
    Yeah, i just noticed that too, seems a bit odd seeing as you can do the exact same thing in CSS without the need for any user plugins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aceadrian1
    I'd say that the same effect with the menu could be achieved by just using two images and a little JS
    I'd say that the same effect with the menu could be achieved by just using two images and a little CSS. :hover and background-image.

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    I've tried using CSS/Java, but I keep having problems with it and I can't solve it, so I just used flash. Once I finish the whole thing, I might revert back to CSS/Java and try and fix it again.


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