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    Here are some sites I have made in css plz review:

    this one is in xhtml, with php and mysql

    http://www.autoglassmobiledirect.com

    this one is a simple html site.

    http://www.saifluidpower.com

    or

    http://www.saihydraulics.com

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    anyone?

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    Hello!!! anyone there?

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    Senior Member Jack000's Avatar
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    a few of my concerns:

    try a font other than the default header.

    you've used a fluid layout, which causes lines to be uncomfortable to read at large screen resolutions. You can fix this by using a max-width setup, where the container stops expanding at certain widths.

    loose the marquee, it's just annoying...

    center alignment almost never works well, try to use left align on your header and image.

    try something other than the default link colour

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    yipes

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    i must same the sme about the marquee although the fluid layout will work to make the site more appeling to more audiences.
    Thee Pyro Wolf

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    Senior Member krystof's Avatar
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    Your designs look like "templates" but are simple and effective for a local business. (Just don't expect to impress web designers.) I don't mind the marquee. It is appropriate for a local "home town" audience, especially if you put something there to emphasize, "Hi, I'm local..." Like, "Come visit us 2 blocks east of the Post Office..." etc.

    My main problem: side-scrolling. I have a 15" monitor and I design my sites to adjust any monitor down to 10".

    Also: I suggest that for more replies, put the subject of your site(s) in the Subject line!!

    I thought these sites were "about CSS"--not "coded in CSS" which is just standard code.

    Just my little opinion.
    :alien: Krystof :alien:


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