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Thread: Will-o Homes

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    Senior Member misterphotoshop's Avatar
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    www.willohomes.com

    Here is the latest work of mine. Ive redesigned the site from full Flash to full CSS.

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    Nice site! A bit too much green for my taste though.
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    Senior Member misterphotoshop's Avatar
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    Thanks for the comment man.

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    Nice job (again) MR. PSD.
    Smooth layout, easy to nav.......not much wrong with this site.
    Code looks good too.
    The only thing I saw as an area of improvement is that the text is pretty small. Looks like a 8 pt TNR? Just a bit too small and a little difficult to read.......but if the only thing you have to do is increase one font size on an entire site, I'd say that is a PDGJ (pretty damn good job).
    Def a 4 plus........
    GMan

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    I like the green myself.

    You are using absolute font sizes and it's a bit small. I'd suggest using relative fonts so that the user can increase the font size if they need to.

    On opening an image in the gallery, there is a javascript syntax error on line 15. But I couldn't get at the source code to see what it is.

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    The image of the couple on the stairs is lopsided. It needs to be rotated clockwise a few degrees. It also looks like it's had it's ration altered.

    Nice site.
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    Thanks guys! Ill be looking into those bugs and whatnot later today.


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