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    Hello!

    I'm near completion of my website tutorialstuff.com which is a tutorial archive site that I've been working on the last few weeks. I Was hoping to get some feedback from fellow developers/designers.

    All feedback, bad or good, is appreciated.

    Thanks - Mike

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    Senior Member Steax's Avatar
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    Great site with great content! Love it. I'm reading some tutorials now.

    Suggestion: Can you provide a "printable version" button?

    EDIT: Second suggestion: Can you remove the frames for the individual tutorials? I usually want as much screen space as possible.
    Note on code: If I give code, please note that it is simply sample code to demonstrate an effect. It is not meant to be used as-is; that is the programmer's job. I am not responsible to give you support or be held liable for anything that happens when using my code.

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    Anybody else have any constructive criticizm for me?

    Thanks - Mike

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    1. Remove the frames.
    2. As I run a similar site (web design only though), I want to know, did you write the tutorials yourself or ask people to use theirs, if you did right, how long did it take you.
    3. Did you use a template script as this site: tutorialized.com looks and functions very similiarily.

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    Can't we honestly see that they're not writing those tutorials themselves? Hence the frames, and exactly why the frames cannot be removed.

    I'm not knocking the idea of linking to other sites that offer tutorials, but the way you do it seems like a cheap way of getting site content. This is just a fancy directory listing.

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    Eddy is completely right, I did not write any of those tutorials yet. I plan to once the site is up and running and I meant to add a way to remove the frame if wanted but just haven't done that yet.

    And no I did not use a templated script. It is 100% my code.


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