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    Please let me know your opinions on my new portfolio design. Also comment on the acual designs if you wish.

    best regards,

    vicky

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    Main page - Some of the graphics are a bit pixelated. The "New" graphic overlaps the text in Firefox. Lose the stat counter.

    Services - The "Corporate Identities" column isn't quite tall enough to fill the body of the page. You need to check the grammar on this page as well. I would either make the first and last items in this list bold, or make the rest not bold.
    Letterhead
    Business cards
    Compliments slips
    Promotional Folders
    Email disclaimers
    Envelopes

    Portfolio - Check the grammar on this page. Why do some of the graphics have "Sold" on them and some don't?

    Web Design - There are a few spelling errors.

    Overall, I think the site looks a bit templat-ish.

    Good Luck.
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    Thanks for pointing out the text errors, i will spell check it now. You can tell what grade i'm gonna get for english, lol.

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    Firstly, where's the rest of your doctype? Take a look here for the correct combinations.

    Overall, the site looks and your logos look good, but the site is kind of bla and looks very templat-ish. :cross-eyed: Your navigation doesn't stand out at all, nor does the actual content on the website. It blends right into the background.

    Why don't you have any headers defined?

    From the looks of your CSS, I would assume you did it in a program like Dreamweaver. The reason I say this is because people don't name their elements layer6, 7, 8, 9, etc... How are you supposed to remember what and where each element is if a change needs to be made? Not to mention your code is very bloated and fairly hard to read. Especially with all of the un-necessary javascript. I would also reccomend putting your JavaScript in a different file to. Otherwise it almost defeats the point of having CSS because you'd have to go page by page to make changes anyway.

    Why is the text in your content area or should I say, "Layer9" centered?

    I could go on, but I suposed that'll do for now. Overall, you have a decent start, but if you plan on offering web development as one of your services you have a lot of reading to do.

    Lastly...


    (x)HTML:
    0 errors / 7 warnings
    • line 268 column 1 - Warning: <script> inserting "type" attribute
    • line 288 column 108 - Warning: <img> lacks "alt" attribute
    • line 290 column 20 - Warning: <img> lacks "alt" attribute
    • line 291 column 20 - Warning: <img> lacks "alt" attribute
    • line 309 column 21 - Warning: <img> lacks "alt" attribute
    • line 322 column 21 - Warning: <img> lacks "alt" attribute
    • line 323 column 21 - Warning: <img> lacks "alt" attribute
    javascript:
    • goforit is not defined: onload
    Speaking of which -- What is with the no-right-click script?!


    Good Luck!

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    All the images are good, but the quality is poor. Make the size a little bit larger and increase the dpi to 100.


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