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    Junior Member gtmcknight's Avatar
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    Hey guys... just hopin for a review of a business site im working on..

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    Very nice. No real problems. I like the text justification especially.
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    Great work. Nice layout. Clean and easy to navigate. I'm not a fan of the button font, but that's a personal preference. Everything else is great

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    Also, the translucent image behind the nav makes it a LITTLE difficult to read, and the banner font looks like it got compressed badly (i think because it's so narrow with such a thick stroke). Can you bold that font for the title? I think it might look a little cleaner.

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    Finally, why are you using iframes? Your content doesn't require scrolling. Might as well just make separate HTML pages. You could use Server Side Includes to ease the scripting mess of repetitive html on each page.

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    Thanx for the comments guys! The reason I am using iframes is because on the right column where it says Tour and Seasonal Tips...he wants that to open in the middle. Also, on the About page he wants it so when you click on the doctor a short bio comes up on the right column. Maybe I should look into SSI tho..
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    Yeah, iframes suck for SEO. I wouldn't suggest them for a site like this, that's likely to get most of its traffic from search engines. Also, if you want dynamic content, you should research what you can do with DIVs and DHTML. I've seen some sweet scrollable DIVs that load from a file !!

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    I agree with what Transio's said. I like the site, nice clean design. I agree that the image in the bg of the banner makes the text hard to read, you may want to consider enlarging the navigation or emphasizing that text in some way. Other than that, nice work.

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    that is a nice site, good colours, easy to navigate and easy to read. I agree with what the others said that don't use iframes.

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    Originally posted by transio
    Yeah, iframes suck for SEO. I wouldn't suggest them for a site like this, that's likely to get most of its traffic from search engines. Also, if you want dynamic content, you should research what you can do with DIVs and DHTML. I've seen some sweet scrollable DIVs that load from a file !!
    There is no Search Engine in that site.
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