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    My school is setting up a tech help center for teachers. This website/program will be used throughout the school district as a way for teachers to get assistance with software, computers, projectors, ipads, and many other forms of electronic technology that the school district has been applying into schools.

    The main reason for this program is to prevent the school district tech guys from being bombarded with questions from teachers because they have no idea how to use their computers, projectors, ect. On this website, teachers will be able to find tutorials, tips, and will also be able to post questions that they have so they will be able to fix their problems on their own.

    Keeping the information above in mind, please rate this website design. Please add any of your own comments so I can improve this design. Be specific about what you like/dislike.

    I HAVE NOT CREATED ANY OTHER PAGES. YOU WILL BE RATING THE MAIN PAGE ONLY
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    By the way, here is the link to the original website so you guys can compare the two.
    http://www.madison.kyschools.us/ms/t...its/index.html
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    is this a template you have manipulated?
    The reason I ask is the code is perfect, there isn't any glitches anywhere within the css or the html, and from looking at your previous work I did notice slight css errors, If its not a template I am highly impressed.

    My only query is. Why not go with "Sharepoint services" for a staff portal.
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    is this a template you have manipulated?
    The reason I ask is the code is perfect, there isn't any glitches anywhere within the css or the html, and from looking at your previous work I did notice slight css errors, If its not a template I am highly impressed.
    This website is not a template. I made it from scratch. All of the HTML, CSS, and graphics were created by me. I've been doing a lot of studying to improve my coding skills. I have pretty much mastered HTML and CSS. Now I'm studying PHP.

    My only query is. Why not go with "Sharepoint services" for a staff portal.
    I haven't heard of "Sharepoint Services" before, but from what I quickly researched, it makes this type of website easier to handle, but it uses templates.

    The reason why I made this the way I did, is because I have been put in charge of this program. I work with some of the tech people at school and I see to many teachers complaining. So I'm setting it up the way I think would be easiest for teachers to get the information they need. The website is a big part of it, so I want it to give a certain look to the program.

    Long story, short, I like doing it myself instead of relying on other software/programs.
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    I suggest anti-aliasing the mouse cord(with Gaussian blur maybe?):
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    And using multiple external stylesheets. Also, there's too much spacing in between words in some spots. Otherwise, very nice
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    I'll work on the mouse cord and the spacing of those words, but I don't understand why multiple stylesheets are needed?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackhawk095, post: 219612
    I'll work on the mouse cord and the spacing of those words, but I don't understand why multiple stylesheets are needed?
    Oh no, they're not needed. It's just a suggestion, in case you were finding the single css sheet a bit confusing to work with. If not, you're all set.
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    Oh ok. Thanks for the tip.
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    I just realized that the only reason why I don't have valid XHTML is because I used one div id multiple times and also because my webhost inputs its own script into the website source code which uses the <noscript> tags.
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    in that case change it to . (class) and change everything connected to that id to <div class=""></div>
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