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    Junior Member davinian's Avatar
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    Ok people spent some time re-hashing the site, [with all your feed back in mind from last post]

    I think it's an improvement but would love to hear from you guys as well.

    cheers,

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    That's much better! Looks great apart from a few things

    The menu in IE6 and FF is not in that box

    I think that bottom menu would look better if it was smaller and fit beside the squigly thing and not over it.
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    agree with karrine about the nav, but the chnages u have made have certainly improved it

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    Looks ok in IE and FF now ... guess you fixed it

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    Quote Originally Posted by karinne
    Looks ok in IE and FF now ... guess you fixed it

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    yeah sorry i did change it... thanks again for the feed back

    how about a rating for my site?:lick:

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    I love the look of your site, except for the fact that I can see the white corners at the top of the content area. The shadow on the right of that same box just stops as well, which looks a bit akward. I was also disappointed that you used tables for your layout.

    Also, what is the deal with the 45 lines of nothing in your code?
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    thanks chris.

    yeah i thought i was getting away with those 2 points [corners and drop shadow] but your right i should fix it.

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    I was also disappointed that you used tables for your layout.

    is it better to use just layout cells? and why? if not can u suggest a better way of laying out the site and what are the pros

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    what is the deal with the 45 lines of nothing in your code?

    i really don't know, possibly came over with the text editor i used

    i'm pretty new to dreamweaver and this is a huge learning curve for me. any tips on how i can better my site would be greatly appreciated

    cheers chris,

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    If you are using Dreamweaver, put it on code view, and hand code the site, rather than using the design view. If you absolutely have to see what it going on, use split view, and use ONLY the code portion... don't touch the design view. At first it will be hard, as that is what you are used to, but it will pay off.

    Check out this page: http://www.webdesignforums.net/showthread.php?t=25526. There are several sites listed there with CSS tutorials, as well as some helpful information.
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