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    Junior Member clayball's Avatar
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    Dear all,

    I would like to show u my design and hope u like it, it is my V2 portfolio after 4 years ...if anyone of u remember clayball.com, but now i named it with my full name ..hope u like it ..

    Thanks a lot

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    love it, what font did you use in the navigation?

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    yep. Can't fault that. Very good site!


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    wouldn't load for me
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    The site loaded for me, but none of the content inside the portfolio came up. I have Flash 8.

    From what I saw... the layout is nice, the animations are subtle and non-distracting, though they needn't recycle so often.

    I'd make the rollover text bubbles stationary, because the last two bubbles get cut off by the end of the page.
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    Junior Member clayball's Avatar
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    Thanks all for ur nice reply ..and i wanna answer ur questions ...i used neuropol for the graphics and Lucida sans unicode for the navigation..and about the rollover bubbles ...i didnt understand what do u mean by "stationary" please explain..thanks

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    Senior Member karinne's Avatar
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    I think what he means is that when you move your mouse ... the bubble moves with it!

    It's ok ... I'm not a big "flash" fan. I find that "most" site that are done in flash could "easily" be done in HTML/XHTML with CSS and be alot less of a pain to update. But that's just me.
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    karinne got it right. Stationary.
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