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    Ok, i started designing a website yesterday evening after a while of not designing or working on a website. At first i was pleased with the way it was going but now i look at it i think something is missing but im not quite sure what.

    Any crit wud be good

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    N.B. Ignore the crappy host its on, this is temp until i fully design the website and find a decent paid for host. Oh and im hoping the layout will look right in Firefox and IE (it did offline) but im sure it looks ok in Firefox and IE from 800x600 to 1280x1024 resolutions.
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    Looks great in FF and IE on 1280x1024 res on W2000

    What you're missing. Hmmm.... I'd say something in the content part. How about extending that leaf image (for the green stylesheet) and have the portion over the content kinda faded out or somethnig like that?

    just a thought .... looks good tho!
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    I dont think anything is missing. It looks great!

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    I would maybe leave out the links in the top, under the title, since the navigation on the left is more than sufficient. Im assuming this will be your blog/portfolio site, so in that sense I think it works. I would make the grey text under the website title a little smaller, being so big it makes it seem the most important thing. All in all the site looks nice. It would be a little easier to judge with actual or even temporary copy where theres only Lorem Ipsum so we have a better idea of what the different sections mean.

    nice work.
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    I don't think it's well balanced. I want something to be on the right hand side of the screen. Maybe it's the backgroud being too similar to the left nav? I like the color change function.

    Maybe a date in a small bold (color-matching) text, right aligned to co-inside w/ the news articles?

    In response to the above comment... I get the impression the link 1 | link 2 etc. is part of the second level of navigation, whereas the left nav is top level. I don't think that is a problem.
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