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    What's your opinion about my web-site... and about site's idea?

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    Center the site and i'll tell you i like it!

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    ^ how helpfull!

    Left-aligned is fine.

    The color scheme is ... well ... not my favorite: green and orange :errm: Try green and something or orange and something but not those two together IMO.

    Your top navigation is very hard to read ... white on light green.

    Info on your portfolio would be nice (screenshots) on that home page to see right away what your work looks likes.

    It's not bad ... it certainly not the best site I've seen. I mean you have tough competition and your site need to be way out there, unfortunately it doesn't do it for me.

    Keep working at it tho.
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    Ok, so it wasnt the most constructive of comments in the world, but what i ment by it was that i like the general layout of the site - ie colours and the content and that, but it looks a little strange towards the left, i personally would prefer it centered, i will admit that i left that comment a *little vague.
    *Major understatement

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    Nah, it's fine left aligned. It would look a bit odd centred, I think. With the current design, your eyes centre on the main body of text, it's the main focus. That's a good thing.

    It's a good size too, with it being close to screen-filling at 800x600, having just looked.

    I think it's just the colour scheme and a few other things that need to be sorted really. You don't need to mention 'Low Budget Web Media' at the start of every sentence, for one. It's annoying and off putting. Use an unordered list, like this:

    At (not 'in', by the by) Low Budget Web Media:
    * point one
    * point two


    The list on your sidebar should have the '' removed, I think. It makes them look like links, and it's confusing.

    Do get some screenshots on your index page too, as was mentioned by karinne.

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    i liked the style of the top if you go to my newest topic

    ull see what i did , its heaps different but u inspired me.

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    Thanks folks, I made some changes.

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    Hehe, it's like transitional-transitional XHTML.

    Dude, you need to keep it consistent and if you're sticking with the transitional doctype, use self closing tags where necessary.

    For example:
    HTML Code:
    <img src='link' alt='this is a necessary attribute' />
    <link href='link' type='stylesheet' type='text/css' />
    Notice how the forward slash is inside those tags? It closes them. If you miss them out your code won't validate as any sort of XHTML. Also notice the 'alt' attribute in your images. That's necessary so people who don't load images can see text instead. Keep it descriptive.

    I think it's the same with anchors. Always make sure to put a title ([minicode]<a href='' title='something' >[/minicode]) in there to explain the link in more detail, or show where it links to.


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