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    Hey im just starting to make a website for my restaurant project that i have done in design school.
    And i dont really know where to go so i keep playing around with it. But anyway here are so pics of process, let me know what you think?
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    Difficult to test a non existing website. The pictures are nice. Are you sure you will need only four links in menu? If not I would use textlinks, so you are more flexible.

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    It looks okay, but I can't really tell much from the small images - is there any chance of a html version?

    I would recommend getting rid of the serifs for the body text though, no matter how hard anyone tries they tend to look untidy on the web, unless the serifs are very small.

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    Yeah thanks once i have finalized the layout, i will post a html file but yeah im not sure how to do that anyway, But yeah also those serif fonts are what i have used in the printed stuff for restaurant but yea i can use sans for boby copy maybe, more testing yay.
    Are you sure you will need only four links in menu? i not sure what you mean?

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    So are you saying this design is just a 'picture' so far, or are you unsure how to post a link to a web page? Links: Home, Antiques, About Us, & Menu. These are from your design, there are only four listed, will you need more links than just those four, is what ospose asked.

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    oh yeah im put the files in wrong way so at the moment the one im heading with is the last of the three in first link.
    But yeah its not a real restaurant but yeah, that means it isn't going to up on web properly but i want to know if there are places that host a site for free.
    Anyway there is five links as thats what i planned on my sitemap.
    But yeah we have to pull a well designed and functionable site.
    So im kind trying to find that im more towards design than function
    but i know my teacher will look for function in design

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    www.portland.com is a good free host

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    To be honest, I'd say it's only okay right now as it is. Your layout mimicks a menu and that is very cliche. Also, more links will help. Check out some DC Eats online...

    www.davidgreggory.com
    www.chefgeoff.com
    www.mienyu.com
    www.dccoast.com
    www.clydes.com
    www.restauranteve.com
    Shani

    I have an eye for detail like you'd never believe.

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    Wow, I lived in Alexandria 3 years ago (when I worked for Dominion Virginia Power) and have eaten in some of those places. Cool to relive those memories...

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    Thanks for those links as it has inspired me some what on what i can do.
    i especially liked that last one as i kind of relates to my style.


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