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    hi guys
    if you can take the time, please check out my site and offer criticism or comments. English isnt my first language and typos and "less than perfect" english sometimes make their way onto my sites as a result, so if you spot anything like that I would appreciate a heads up.
    other than that please feel free to rip me apart if need be :cheeky:
    thanks in advance
    sami

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    Senior Member Orlando Web Des's Avatar
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    I like the header but the design in the body section i would check out some other sites for ideas... maybe 960 grid (just google it)

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    Hi
    thanks for the comment, I actually used the 960grid, doing a "grid within a grid" type of layout, to add some "cotrolled irregularity or variation" to the layout.
    Sami

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    cool, I like some of the designs they have on this site. It gives good inspiration for ideas.

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    I like the elegant reserved coloration, but the allocation of design elements is not perfect, to my mind. The two menu colomns are at the bottom of the page - why not to replace them higher?

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    hi guys
    thanks for all the comments
    andr104: I actually made a conscious decision to keep them low, I figured the other option could have lead to some cramping and that way affect the over all impression, but I agree that its a possibility to move the columns higher, but at the time I just couldnt manage to do it in a way that i would have been happy with. I'll definately giver it more consideration.
    Thanks again
    Sami


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