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    Hi m8s,

    Just wanted to get my portfolio site reviewed. I appreciate all your comments and critiques.

    Site: www.cubeshark.com

    Thanks!
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    Ritchie
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    Looks great. The only criticism I have is on the Porfolio page, the Website hyperlinks are hard to read due to the bg color.

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    Thanks! I'll change that Appreciate the find audiofreak!
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    simple,fast,nice layout,eye rest.nice color combination.ilearn a lot in this site.(esp.in layout).
    xzworks.blogspot.com

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    I appreciate it xzworks

    I will be optimizing the site, so the pages will be better read by crawlers, the code will be less cumbersome, and the speed will be much faster.

    Thanks Again!
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    Ritchie
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    pls give some tips on how web layout works on all resolution like your site.
    xzworks.blogspot.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by xzworks
    pls give some tips on how web layout works on all resolution like your site.
    He achieved it by cheating I say! Basically what hes done is gone for a fixed layout where the size of the container of information is small enough to fit into every single resolution.

    You could also use liquid layouts where you define your width/height in percentages.

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    Yes, CSS Hacks are a designers best friend :P

    I kept the page thin for simplicity and readability, and positioned the page using percentages to better the chances of the page being read.
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    I like that it fits into most screen resolutions but i would consider making it a bit larger. Most sites fit for 800x600 monitors as 640x480 are very uncommon now, for people with larger screen resolutions like 1024x768 your page looks very small.

    It's a great design i would just maybe consider stretching it out a bit. Also i encountered a js error on your portfolio page, i went back and it had gone, don't know what is going on there but it might be worth a look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cs_obd
    Yes, CSS Hacks are a designers best friend :P

    I kept the page thin for simplicity and readability, and positioned the page using percentages to better the chances of the page being read.
    You used percentages to position?

    Hell, i'd of used the Horizontal alignment and put the text-alignment of the container to centre. So long as you define the text alignment of the individual blocks underneath it, it just centres the block in IE.


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