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    TGIsms - one of my very first live production websites - So let me have it, the good with the bad! :classic:

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    I'm currently on a Mac at school using Safari and everything looks really cool! I like the layout very much, although there seems to be a lot of white space. I'm guessing a lot of that will be filled with content, right?

    Also, there seems to be a slight problem with the registration form. (Attached screen).
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    Thanks for the feedback Eddy. :classic:

    I have no way of testing my webpages in Safari, so Im glad the main site works! The problem with the registration form is only a line-height issue. So I will fix that. But that issue doesnt show up in IE or FF. But thanks for pointing it out!

    The white-space.... well, thats a work in progress. Once the business starts generating some interest, there definitely will be more to say!

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    I am not sure if it's my work's network or what, but it seems to load and run a little slow. I'll check it later, and at home. Otherwise color and layout look great.

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    looks good

    my issues:

    1 - it's a bit too dense, more space would be good

    2 - those boxes makes it look like a "standard" web portal type site, I think it's because cms's like php nuke often use similar right and left boxes.

    3 - on 1024x768, there's a big space at the bottom that looks strange (yeah, I know it conflicts with #1 but I mean "controlled" use of space :])

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    Regarding the speed issue - Its very possible, we are hosting the site ourselves here in South Africa, and the bandwith we are allowed isnt too great compared to some of the hosts we can (and will) host with.

    Thanks Jack000 for your comments. I agree with you on the "space" issue in 1024x768, Ive been pondering over what I should do with it...

    And the boxes... well, PHP nuke copied it from me! :classic:

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    I agree, even on a 1.5 Mbit connection the site loads slow, imagine the dial up users!. Other than that it's really good, but you could try moving stuff down or something, the empty space at the bottom doesn't look right.

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    I really like the color scheme. I'm not too keen on the 3-D effect, but that's just my style. Though I would make the header match in style to the call-out/content boxes. Also, the GO button is a little outside of the layout (3px maybe).

    Really nice header graphic. I like the text and its rendering.
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    What program did you use to make the rollover effect?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RevoGaming
    What program did you use to make the rollover effect?
    Though I don't think the question was directed at me, nobody has answered and it's been a week, so... it looks like the rollovers are done in CSS. jbagley... correct me if I'm wrong.
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