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Thread: eRave Designs

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    Hello Web Design Forum community
    Please check out my portfolio and post some feedback. This is the 10th time i have redone this site with. I know is shouldn't have a a sub-domain(working on getting a domain). I also know that i don't have a title for my page whichis also going to be fixed.
    http://eravedesigns.100free.com
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    Other than the fact the layout's broken it seems okay.

    Mixing orange/yellow/or red would work well with your existing choice of green. Unless you have the ultimate ability to KIS minimalist design; mono colour schemes are, and will always look bland (imo).

    I would think about rephrasing some of your copy, and at least running it through a word processor.

    What's the purpose of the small low resolution Flash banner?

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    I would think about rephrasing some of your copy, and at least running it through a word processor.

    What's the purpose of the small low resolution Flash banner?
    How is my layout broken and how can i fix it?
    And the flash banner has no purpose my page just seemed a little plain

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    Wrap everything inside a <div>container</div> and apply the margin: 0 auto; trick.

    I wouldn't advise adding fluff to your pages for the sake of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trico
    Wrap everything inside a <div>container</div> and apply the margin: 0 auto; trick.
    Would the trick part be in the html. Can you copy and past the exact code please?

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    html, yes. Go-ogle the answer or you will never learn.

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    i have looked for half-hour and can't seem to find anything or understand anything. I already have a div layer that is around everything and when i move it around everything in it moves with it. What exactly is a container. Can you please give me the line of html used to fix my page.


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