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    Site review and a question.

    Hello everyone. I've been looking around and reading for awhile and you all seem to be extremely helpful and actually lend solid constructive criticism. I have a site I'd like you to give your feedback on and perhaps solve a problem for me that I haven't been able to conquer.

    http://www.askewreview.com

    When you visit the archive portion you will notice that the tables go ... bad. It looks good before uploading, but it seems once Coranto gets ahold of it (the template it uses to generate the archive) it does that. Oh well.

    ** Edit **
    There were a few other sites listed in this original post, but I've since decided that it's probably not in my best interest if I want significant criticism on Askew Review to have people looking at a few others at the same time.

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    AskeyReview - I don't see the table problem that you mention.... can you offer a little more detail so that I know what to look for?

    iFrames - not good because 1) they're not supported by older browsers, 2) they don't get indexed properly by search engines, and 3) they can lead to confusing navigation issues... especially if linked to outside the context of the frame.

    The other sites - you have a decent design style. It looks like you're comfortable with only one way of doing things, though... try pushing your limits and designing other looks.

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    Transio, take this page for example:
    http://www.askewreview.com/reviews/n...16-2-2003.html
    All of the archives are similar. The template goes weird.

    I know what you mean about some similarities in my sites. I'm very fond of rectangles, mellow color themes and the arial font. :classic:


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