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    i think the bottom portion of the site is too plain on the other pages besides the index page. And yes i know there are iframes there and there in your DONTS. How can i resolve that issue. so drop me your opinions. and my other site too Graffintheno not complete Joomla CMS

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    Ok. Here's my single statement: Learn CSS and HTML. Learn 'em. Stop using Dreamweaver to format things. Then.. don't use Times New Roman, it's simply not readable. I'm not sure about the rollovers - they seem odd. Try Some other effect.
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    I think you badly need to remove the tables. The download speed is really bad, and after a lot of refreashing, I havn't be able to download a complete page once.

    I can't even see the roll over effects because it comes up as missing images. You should read this tutorial to fix that.

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    I don't know what to think. The nav looks alright, but could do with some rollovers (the rollovers don't seem to work for me on the home page, but do on the others, and that is some intense glowing ya got goin on). The rest looks old. I don't like the textures behind the logo or header. There is a chunk missing from one of the speakers in the "Closeout Sale" area, not to mention, that the "$149.99" is barely legible. Also, I would calm the drop shadows down a bit, bring them in closer to the text, and lighten them up a bit. I wouldn't let ImageReady slice your sites in the future, it really makes them obese, and cumbersome.

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    Take some time to learn CSS by going through some tutorials. You will see it saves you time and many headaches in the long run.

    I agree with Steax not to use Times New Roman, but i disagree that it is unreadable. Sure it isn't as optimized for the web as other fonts, but i wouldn't go as far as labeling it as unreadable.

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    Ive been reading tuts non stop for the past 3 days and here what Ive came up what here. I also learned the css Javascript drop down menu. others were telling me the old one didnt look web 2.0 but this new screen shot of my new design tell me what you think it looks better but still a little plain any ideas on how i can boost it up. Im using CS3 btw. Any advice on how else to slice images not using CS3 or Image Ready?

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    Well ok, it's readable, but still, it's not as good as other fonts. Riots: Answer = don't slice images. Use them either a) whole, as a CSS background, or b) inline for small images, or c) don't use em at all.

    Don't worry about "web 2.0". People care about your content about a hundred trillion times more than your "web 2pointOh-ness".

    I suggest you learn to make Tabs in HTML and CSS, as they usually look much better than way anyway. Start off here.
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    yeah i got that down the sliding doors i got drop down menu css/javascript but i was wondering what people thought of the design of the screenshoot i took of it.

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    Ok So here is my new design HERE Having a few issues though for some reason the header image is getting cut off at the bottom. And issue number 2 Im trying to add this navigation HERE its Html/CSS So if anyone could help be greatly appreciated.


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