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    site suggestions

    It looks a little messy to me and the green clashes with the blue.

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    Try to keep your font choices consistent. Having too many fonts on the screen makes it look the most messy, in my opinion.

    Your web site uses too many images for text. It is completely inaccessible to people who view web pages without images, and will increase the page size (which is a whopping 1. slowing download times. If your web site takes too long to load, bye-bye visitors. It took me over 6-seconds to view on a fast broadband internet connection. That is half of the 15-seconds most people view a web page.

    Another thing is that the first 1/3 of the page are images without actually adding any value. Your logo is big and centered, but its already at the top of the page. The text "Offering Sales & Installation Service" would be much more appreciated without the logo. It will also get your main selling-point, "5 reasons..." closer to the top of the page...

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    A little improvement would be to match the blue of the middle panel with the navigation bar

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    Go to Dynamic Drive CSS menus

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    Stick with css menu. There is a lot of white space at the bottom of page where you have news. Are you planning on doing something there?

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    A new, cleaner website design is a step in the right direction, but there has to be more up its sleeve for 123greetings to remain relevant: perhaps an integration with Facebook,


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