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    I've just have a new design for my mate, any comments??

    http://www.iphongdesign.com/testsite/new/
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    I really like it, its cool.

    I would add some rollovers to the menu. An outer glow might look cool!

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    Thanks for that!
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    It's blue and swirly! Like a blue...and swirly...kinda thing.

    Actually, I'd just suggest turning the menu items to white onMouseOver. No glow is really needed at all. Maybe a stroke of about 1px in a yellow, but not a glow per se. The only other thing I'd suggest is to make that datviet.net thing a little less transparent. It's hard to read.
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    Something to be done for links and header image as thegame said. Also will the web content just sit there or border,bgimage?

    Tis good, do you guys ever find when trying to design a site, its very hard for summit new etc.

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    how did you make that page?

    What web package did you use? (dream weaver frontpage? )

    and well i know how to make pages in photoshop by drawing them and then slicing them but i dont understand how to get them to be in the centre of the page like yours is..

    im all confuesed now


    ps and ur txt is obviously going to go inside the white box.. so what are you going to use in order to put the txt there ?
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    Nice work, man !! Cant wait to see it with content.

    Kirman, to center a page, just put <center></center> or <div text-align="center"></div> tags around your outermost table.

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    The latter, actually, because the <center> tag is deprecated for some crazy reason only known to the people running the W3C
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    I still use <center> for backwards compatibility. IE3, NS4 and below can't see the <div> tags.

    W3C deprecated the <center> tag because it will be eliminated some time in the future. The the need for <center> no longer exists, because every element that can contain other elements in a defined space now allows an "align" parameter to be specified (this makes sense).

    For now, <center> tags still make the most sense to use, though, because there are still people out there (although few and far between) who have antiquated non-DHTML browsers.

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    I think much less people are using IE3 or below, dont normally i dont worry in using <div></div> or <center></center>

    And the page has a update of mouseover on the nav, This site i designed for my friend so the rest is for my friend not me, im waiting to see it to be finished too.
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