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    Please checkout my first website designed by me for a local Christian band, any feedback is greatly appreciated. Thank You. By the way, I'am only sixteen and I taught myself HTML through YouTube, I worked really hard on this.

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    Senior Member Fireproofgfx's Avatar
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    Not bad for your first website and at such a young age. I would recommend running your site through W3C Validator and try to clean up some of the code. The better the code the better the SEO (search engine optimization). Try to move away from tables as quickly as possible and get use to Divs and styling in CSS. Keep at it, you are on the right path.

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    Senior Member RDesignista's Avatar
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    I want to talk about 1 thing: site width.

    A common standard is 960px. This is used by big sites like Yahoo and Facebook. Why is this a good size? Because people with 1024*780 resolution (usually people on laptops, like me) will be able to see the site without re-sizing or horizontally scrolling. From my perspective, I can only see your menu items, "BEAUTIFUL REQ", and a Google search bar. Please remember, HORIZONTAL SCROLLING SUCKS!

    The greater lesson here is to keep in mind how your site will be perceived by others. It may look fine on your screen, but it will definitely look different for people using different browsers, different resolutions, and different screen sizes.

    -R

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    Member jswebz's Avatar
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    Pretty impressive for being your first design. I have been teaching my 12 year old son web design using CSS and HTML. It is good to start learning early so you can adapt easier to changing technologies.
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