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    Hi guys,
    I'm a n00b to this site, and somewhat of a n00b to webdesign as well, although i've been into it since middle school doing HTML in the old days. Recently got asked to design and put up a medical tourism site for my aunt's husband. Used Front Page 2k3 for publishing, and Photoshop CS2 for image edits. Just got a copy of Dreamweaver CS3 along with the rest of the Adobe CS suite :-D Site is basic right now, but that's really all he wants, something simple, basic, and professional.


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    The design is outdated visit for a variety of web designs and new techniques in designing websites....don't use bevel and emboss effect in your navigation button, if you want to make it simple combination of solid colors will help......the header is pixelated, try to fix it....and your content is messy, try to make your site simple and clean...

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    First, it's too wide. You should try and keep the site down to 800 pixels across; this will ensure compatability with almost all monitors and makes reading easier regardless.

    The animated gif buttons and banner are kind of annoying; I would recommend coming up a good static banner design. The load times are also very slow because of the Flash elements.

    You have both a nav bar on top and a nav column on the left. I would say just use a nav column. As Chadwick said, you'd do well to study up on modern page design methods using divs instead of tables. Find some good-looking sites that do things similar to yours and see how their code works.

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