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    Hey ppl

    http://www.primes.com.au

    just finished a new site would love some site review please, the good the bad and the ugly......

    thanks
    Design Industries
    http://www.di.net.au

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    One thing that I think would be a nice touch would be to have a hover effect on the top nav. Someone mentioned this to me long ago, and I've found it to be a good touch as it gives the user a clear indication of button (sometimes people don't notice that the cursor turns to a hand on a button). Also, it enhances the "interactive" feel to a nav. The site feels more responsive.

    Something like changing the background color to a lighter shade or something ... you might try it and see if you like it.

    Good job ... clean design.

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    Like Beaker I'd say put some feedback on those buttons.

    Overall the site is very nice. Looks extremely professional.

    Unfortunately your code doesn't validate. With this type of Site it would be beneficial to use XHTML for content and CSS for layout, rather than using loads of quite complex tables. You'll stand a better chance of your pages validating. Not to mention...

    * Full Interoperability among browsers.
    * Smaller, cleaner code.
    * Shorter loading times.

    hope this has been helpful.

    Dan..
    No ma'am, we in IT don't have a sense of humor we're aware of.

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    like beaker and minute have said, maybe look at your nav and your code.

    It might be nice to put a hover effect on your links so when people hover over them they change colour to make the links more understandable/stand out. Also change the colour of the visited links so the user browsing the site knows where they have been.

    nice looking website though. :thumbsup:
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    I agree with the above statements, not much more to add.
    Site looks good, easy to nav, good layout, good content.........good job!
    GMan

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    thx guys

    yeah just starting to get into XHTML, this one was actually coded a while back an di have been waiting on customer for content.

    thx for the advice, will get a rollover happening

    thx
    Design Industries
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