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    Hi guys,

    I have nearly finished my webpage for architecture work.
    Features include:

    all divs draggable
    images are enlargeable by double click.
    a custom made blog with comments embedded in an iframe


    So i want to know what everyone thinks - whether I should change things and maybe you could inform me of the best way around the issues.

    view the page
    http://www.palacepalace.com

    Many thanks

    Ben

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    Hey
    Okay well i love how your website is a lot different from the usual sites that we usually see, but the div tags should not be drag able, because what you are doing with these drag able boxes is your content is in one, your nav bar, is in another and then you have the little instruction/ construction box. anchor all of these boxes, and then so you don't have your scroll box because that can get really annoying. Also if you want that image that is the background right now i would put it as an image in your website, because that is just to much over the edge. Then i think that the font is to generic/ computery, i don't really like it. Otherwise i think that its great, all you need to do is fix those couple of things.

    Sincerely,
    Rachel

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    Quote Originally Posted by rachelelizabeth
    Hey
    the div tags should not be drag able, because what you are doing with these drag able boxes is your content is in one, your nav bar, is in another and then you have the little instruction/ construction box. anchor all of these boxes, and then so you don't have your scroll box because that can get really annoying.
    thanks rachel for you input - this is meant to be a more of a flexible feature of navigation - i think that the web sometimes is a little rigid and hopefully people can learn to be more open in building their webpages and the user can be surprised by these changes.

    Quote Originally Posted by rachelelizabeth
    Also if you want that image that is the background right now i would put it as an image in your website, because that is just to much over the edge.
    they are randomised on reload. Why is it over the edge - I have seen a lot of webpages with this aesthetic - I am however going to change the gifs to jpegs to make them static

    Quote Originally Posted by rachelelizabeth
    Then i think that the font is to generic/ computery, i don't really like it.
    Is this a personal preference?! Well to be honest, I don't really like the other offerings that html has - it's pretty limited.

    Thank you very much for you feedback!
    Ben
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    www.palacepalace.com

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