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    http://www.elementxdesign.com/rudd/
    I created a website for an artist, and I want to get some comments on it. Its not completely finished, but very close. I just have to add scroll to the gallery page.
    Let me know what you think.
    Thanx!
    P.S.
    The titles and descriptions of the pictures are all made up by me just as fillers. But the pictures are real.

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    first off, looks great, very polished.
    the only thing worth noting is that the next, and back buttons are a little hard to find, i almost didn't see them till i was about to leave the site.

    other than that, simple and elegant. nice job. im jealous
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    It's al little small... Granted, I'm running a resolution of 1280x1024 but still...a little small. The images are a little pixelated too. I don't know if these are just placeholders or what but if not it may be a good idea to ramp the quality up on them. It's an art site and viewers will want high quality images and will be prepared to tollerate slight increase in loading times...

    Other than that, a very nice flash site. the colour scheme matches up very well to the overall tone of the site. I find that 90% of flash sites are overkill for what they are trying to promote/sell. For example people who create a whopper of a flash site to sell toilets and such... No need! People want to buy your product. they don't tend to care how visually stunning the site is... In fact, If it looks too good people may be put off IMO. But yours is nice and simple. Not over the top at all.

    Well done.
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    Thanx!
    the next, and back buttons are a little hard to find, i almost didn't see them till i was about to leave the site.
    I'll look into that
    It's al little small... Granted, I'm running a resolution of 1280x1024
    I designed/programmed this site at a resolution of 1600x1200, so it was hard to tell what was a good size. However, on all the other regular computers (office computers) I've used its been a good size.
    Thanx again for your comments!

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    The photo of the artist has a rollover, but does not do anything, this is confusing.

    As far as presentation, simple & elegant works well here and is achieved successfully.

    Finally, don't forget the html.
    Shani

    I have an eye for detail like you'd never believe.

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    Thanks for the comment, your right about the rollover, I'll remove that.
    Finally, don't forget the html.
    I'm not sure waht you mean, please clarify.
    Thanx!

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    Quote Originally Posted by squishiful
    I'm not sure waht you mean, please clarify.
    HTML Code:
    <!DOCTYPE...
    <html>
    <head>
    <title>something more exciting than a file name</title>
    <style>you have this already, though maybe you can also define the body tag.</style>
    </head>
    
    <body>
    everything else you already have
    </body>
    </html>
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    LOL!!! Good find DC :P
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    I've been meaning to fix the title... I'll do that.
    Thanx!

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    Not just the title!!!! The whole thing!!!

    You don't have a DOCTYPE, no <html> / </html> or <head> / </head> tags ...
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