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    Senior Member tonyf12's Avatar
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    Current Rating

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    Now I know there is still not much content but can you tell me what you think of it?

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    Seriously? The buttons are terrible. You can't read the text when you are on that page. Never, ever, NEVER use Comic Sans. NEVER!!! On the Dreamweaver page, there is an extra "<" at the top of the page. What is with the background image on the About Me page. The header looks like the grey bar should be a border around the whole page, but it stops unexpectedly. On top of all that, your code is a mess.
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    Disclaimer: You are promoting yourself as a professional web designer and therefore will be held to a higher standard.

    The good:

    - Honestly ... I couldn't find anything good about this site! Sorry!

    The bad:

    - The Logo! Need a major change or don't put one at all!

    - Those buttons look like they were done by way back in the 90s. They're too "glassy". The home button I can hardly see because of the black at the bottom.

    - The colors you used are just not very plain and boring.

    - I could on but this needs a total overhaul! Look at some sites featured in the many css showcase sites out there and tell me honestly why I would choose you, over on the much prettier web design/freelancers/portfolio sites?

    About the code
    - Ugh! Tables ... you've got to be kidding me! Get on the Web Standards band-wagon if you want to strive in the business. If you need to know why tables are frowned upon, I've got quite an extensive list of great articles in my Resources for learning how to use CSS for layout thread in the HTML section of the forums. but to make it easier for you, all add them here
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    Thanks for your tips, never realised thing in dreamweaver section, i used dreamweaver myself for the site so I have not done much ewith the code and background on about section(i assume it's the pc) is the old background I forgot to change.
    P.s what screen res are you using, I never checked in lower reses(bad mistake, i know)

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    Ok after paying attention to the comments here I am working on it at (domain dead, link removed)

    I know all the links don't work but it validates as XHTML 1.1 strict (at last check 2 days ago) so tell me what I did better/worse and how to improve it. (The code isn't layed out well though as I edited it in Dreamweaver and it was based on a Dreamwweaver XHTML 1.0 transitional template)

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    Senior Member tonyf12's Avatar
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    Is it, it works for me fine.

    EDIT: 3 bugs found in site,
    1.Javascript in misc. tutorials is merely a placeholder which should have been replace by FTP basics.
    2. The forum links don't work. (Not all of them but most don't work)
    3. Most the subglobal links in the navbar don't work.(ok I just haven't finished it yet so it's not really a bug)

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    I'm quite sure that's a template included in Dreamweaver. What am I to rate?
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    HAHA oh yeah ... 'cause it looks WAY to much like the macromedia site! :laugh:
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