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    Please can y'all tell me what you think any suggestions etc

    PS I didnt design the current site

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    Well, it is a drastic improvement over the last version. It is hard to read the navigation text when it is that color, and there is no rollover, which would be nice. It is pretty bright, but I have no idea what the site is for, so I can't tell if the color scheme really fits the topic. Looking at your HTML, you can get rid of the tables. The purpose they serve can be done with CSS. There is also a spare <p>&nbsp;</p> at the end of the page.
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    Right its for a Unreal Tournament clan, the colours arent really related but theu are what the customer wants, how would i go about removing the tables and replacing with CSS?

    And what colour do you suggest for the menu, ill have a play
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    Add a container div with
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    margin: 0 auto;
    and that will center the div.

    HERE is a color schemer for your site. I used #666666. I would go with a dark, non-blue color for the nav, as well as the roll over.
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    Hey,

    I think you need padding in the cell that contains the text - the text looks too close to the sides of the cell (or div or whatever).

    In the Members section, I don't think the text should be centered. I think you should use a table and have Alias, Age, City, etc line up vertically, and then those values like Roadrunner, 46, Hoofdorp, also line up vertically.

    In the links section, I'm not sure about having different sized banners in boxes of the same size. I think it would look better if you made all the banners the same size. Then maybe keep that border around each banner but make it be actually right around the banner instead of having space between the banner and the border. Hope that made sense.

    If there's a way you can give the guestbook the same style as the rest of the site that would help a lot.

    And I think one main thing is that if you go to the homepage, you have no idea what the site is about. Maybe you're going to put that in the body text. But I think some images would help too.
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    Im going to use a differnent guestbook as I dont really like that 1 and gunna have a play with the other objects
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    Hoofddorp! I have family there!

    Any how! I was looking at this in another thread.

    In CSS, a margin will give you space between your content and the edge of the div, and padding will give you space between your div and its surroundings. In this case, you want margin.

    The chat page has a ton of empty space, and on my screen, half the content is below the fold.

    Now, this is big, and I mentioned it on the other post, and it MIGHT only happen on the home page, BUT... the code has two heads. The second one does not seem to affect the layout, but it is nested inside the body.
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    what do you mena by half the content if below the fold?
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    Is this the site we are reviewing:

    http://klm-cargo-server-clan.info/test/

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    yes, this is in a test directory for the moment untill finished
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