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    This is the design I think I like the most. I was going for a sleek business look.

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    Member animalcracker's Avatar
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    Can someone review my site please

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    Hey, pretty good stuff.

    I'm one of those marketing, search engine optimization, usability types, and a little less artistic, so I'll give you my point of view.

    Anyway, some of your cells need a little more padding--the text is getting smashed a smidgen. In Firefox, the W in "Welcome to Erave..." gets clipped.

    The text in your header on the bottom right is a little small--hard for me to read at first glance. It doesn't need to be much bigger, but just a smidgen would help.

    Your links need just a bit more contrast--they kind of blend in a little.

    I like the beach photo. You might want to think about not putting it on every page, since it takes up so much of your screen real estate when people first see the pages.

    Overall, very nice. Good branding. Consistent.

    Good luck!

    --Mike
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    hey, nice concept.the colors were just right to appear pleasing to the eyes.

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    Uhh

    Quote Originally Posted by Torus
    Hey, pretty good stuff.

    I'm one of those marketing, search engine optimization, usability types, and a little less artistic, so I'll give you my point of view.

    Anyway, some of your cells need a little more padding--the text is getting smashed a smidgen. In Firefox, the W in "Welcome to Erave..." gets clipped.

    The text in your header on the bottom right is a little small--hard for me to read at first glance. It doesn't need to be much bigger, but just a smidgen would help.

    Your links need just a bit more contrast--they kind of blend in a little.

    I like the beach photo. You might want to think about not putting it on every page, since it takes up so much of your screen real estate when people first see the pages.

    Overall, very nice. Good branding. Consistent.

    Good luck!

    --Mike
    ^ What he said mostly, except I consider myself a visual person (although I am a coder :\). Anyway, you have too much white space as well. White space is usually a bad thing unless it serves a visual or functional purpose. The white space on your page seems a bit random.

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    Senior Member GeZe's Avatar
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    Mmmm...
    just a note about the content, you sound like your trying to sell me leather furiture

    Style, elegance, color, tone,
    I don't know, its just the first thing that came to my mind when I read that.

    Anyways, please increase the padding, the side boxes get a little cramped with the text.
    -GeZe

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    You need to increase the padding in your tables a little bit. Add these lines to your CSS somewhere:

    td {
    padding:3px 5px;
    }

    This will put 3 pixels of padding on the top and bottom of each table cell and 5px on the left and right of each cell.

    If you don't want to make every cell padded, then create a class:

    .padded {
    padding:3px 5px;
    }

    and then write:
    <td class="padded">
    for each cell you want to pad.

    --Mike
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    Should be using DIV tags. I love DIV tags, they're so much easier once you figure them out and they are much more flexible.

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    I would flip flop the colors of the rollover links but thats just me. Other than that, very nice job.

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    You have a spelling mistake.. 'Obserb'
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