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    Senior Member audiofreak9's Avatar
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    I am creating a site for my sister-in-law who has a sign language business called, "Hand for Hire". The site is finished other than content. I used the controversal iframe to load new content without refreshing the whole page. I would appreciate thoughts on a div rather than the iframe. Any comments in general will be greatly appreciated, but especially appearance, and functionality. Link:

    http://www50.brinkster.com/handsforhire/

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    Senior Member Richard S's Avatar
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    I like the colour scheme.

    Main problem at the moment is that the text in the title is pixelated.

    I also notice the title is made up of two images. Merge them in to one and it'll look a lot smoother.

    (I also noticed you used a Javascript so I couldn't 'right click' with out turnng off Javascript).

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    I like the look, but the left navigation rather annoys me. I like the idea, but I don't like that you have to mouse over the text itself. If you use display:block; on them the whole area will be clickable.

    The header image is nice, and the two little hands below the nav are a good touch. I agree with Richard about the header text though.

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    Looks pretty good, though what Richard said about the text in the title does look bad. And also it's probably just me, but I like sites that are centered and not off to one side or another.

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    Senior Member audiofreak9's Avatar
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    Thanks for the comments. I changed the title to text, faster load and got rid of the pixelation problem. And the Nav is now clickable inside the blocks, not just the text. Lastly I centered the site, which does look better.


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