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    Just finished up this site for a client. It's an alternative medicine community that features information and a question/answer forum on herbal remedies for members. It's essentially supposed to be a SitePoint.com type of site for alternative medicine, with articles, etc., and selling actual herbal supplement pills as the revenue source (for now... advertising may be introduced in the future). My only real concern in the design is the header, which may be too big for secondary pages. Any feedback is greatly appreciated! Thanks!

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    the header is rather big, but i digg it.

    I'm not to keen on the scrolling products in the left box, some sort of fade in and out would look better, but then again i'm totally sure how to achienve that. flash i would think

    very nice site but designed in table?

    all in all, i like it though. funtionality is good.

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    Looks nice, though I would replace the favicon. Why no rollovers on the pretty navigation in the header? The scrolling isn't bad, and is probably easier for the client to change since he used Joomla.

    I like it.
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    I love the big header! It fits really well with this design.

    I agree with Chris tho ... where are the rollovers in the menu in the header? and the favicon ... totally doesn't match the nice bonzaï tree you got there. :laugh:

    And ... WTH ... tables?!?! You're killing me here! :dead:

    Otherwise ... nicely done!
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    The favicon is standard Joomla. :-D Thanks for pointing it out! That's one detail I forgot about! :-P

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    Oh, and rollovers are something I'll have to add. Another oversight. Thanks!


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