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    hey guys..

    ok first up it doesn't work right in anything other than ie, but thats a whhooollleeee other story. and the text is a little gay at the moment, but that will be sorted soon. So any comments are welcome, and I'll work on fixing the gallery bits asap.
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    after I put the galleries in I've been thinking about colour a little..but havn't really worked it out yet. I agree though. just not sure what.

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    it will take you a while to get into colour...most designers use black nad white for their first site... youll find something that will sute you for a style and use it for most of your sites...good luck on your web sites

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    This is actually the second design. The first one was very nice to look at, but just didn't hit me as professional enough you know? and I did it to break away from dark designs..but oh well, I might use it as a personal one or something down the track a little, or something.Click here for a look at the old one.

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    lol well you sure told me....most do go for darker colors...i think they look good but light are better to look at

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    yeah, I'm still trying to find that balance. all my sites before this one have had a white background. Its so hard to find a web style you know? well it is for me. I' still working on a general graphical style, slowly getting there. haha I've just realised I contradicted myself... my graphical stuff is generally dark..not my web stuff haha. almost looked silly then

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    I agree with the others, the front page is useless and I like the black and white although some people will have problems reading it which is why I stress ADA compliancy so much here. If you persist on doing B&W on the drop down menu add a table border make the color white so that way it looks a little bit more "complete." Good Job!
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    Whats ADA compliance? Do I sound like a n00b now?

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    ADA means that the view is compatablie with people who are color blind etc. One example is white backgrounds to contrast a dark foreground text. Makes it easier to read.
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    yes thats something i never thought of doing....

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    It's good for people like me who have a hard time reading some of the stuff posted, and I'm twenty years old lol. Another thing too is make sure your code is in W3C compliancy as well.
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