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Thread: Synline Designs

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    Please take a look at www.synlinedesigns.com, web designing and software development company site, released 2 days ago.

    Your opinions would be appreciated.

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    Andrej, Synline Designs Staff

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    Senior Member misterphotoshop's Avatar
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    it looks ok but it lacks of structure. Also your navigation is kinda messed up: when I go over lets say logo design then go off the link it still stays expanded.

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    I like the navigation, but as misterphotoshop said it the drop down stay out when you move your mouse off it.

    Alot much white space.

    There is too much space between the the content and the top image and the navigation.

    If you reduce the white space then I think your site would look alot better.
    Blue Wolf Web Design - Will always get better!

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    Mcaffee detected a trojan when I clicked the link, and IE blocked something from displaying. It was some kind of exploit, might want to look into that.

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    Senior Member Holy Promethium's Avatar
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    Yeah, i was using firefox, and it said there was a missing plugin, tried to let firefox find the plugin in question, no luck.

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    Yep, I got the same problem as Holy Promethium.

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    Same problem I'm afraid. " "

    I don't particularly appreciate the pop-unders either, your doing?

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    Thank you for your comments. I apologize for for the problems you have been experiencing while trying to browse the site. Our host seems to be having few dificulties that are effecting the state of the website. Hopefully this will be resolved in few hours.


    Andrej

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    Senior Member Jack000's Avatar
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    the top graphic seems to be a bit aliased, and I agree about the space above the content. Over all it's nice

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    I just clcicked and nothing came up.


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