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    Senior Member Noteleklabs's Avatar
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    Hey, I'm 14 and running a self maintained company called Notelek Labs, I spent a couple hours making a proper header for my site (I host from my computer!). Tell me what you think!

    P.S. I don't think I used any code not supported by html5, If ya find any let me know!

    EDIT: old site http://www.noteleklabs.tk
    Hey you! Go make something!

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    You're 14, kid. Good on you for having some ambition and trying to do your own thing...but kid, you're 14. You are going to have a very tough time convincing people to hire you just because of that alone. It sucks, it's harsh, it's brutal, but it's true...people who are looking to have their computers maintained for business probably aren't going to turn to a teenager to do it.

    Now, if you're planning on starting small and realistic, targeting family and friends, letting word of mouth spread about your skills..okay, that may work. But if you're going in there with starry eyes and big ambitions, just be prepared to have to temper those ambitions a bit.

    I do like your layout, though. It's simple, it's clean, the font is actually kind of fun. Hard to really evaluate it without much content, though.
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    Thanks, I already work on my high schools computers. I'm looking to build my way up, as long as it takes.

    P.s. thanks for the complements!
    Hey you! Go make something!

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    Well, for 14 you can't do much better than that!

    By the way, I wasn't trying to crush your spirit or anything. I like the idea of a kid going out and trying it. When I was 17, six of us got together as part of a school project and produced a skating club program (as in the program they hand out to the people when their sons and daughters do triple lutzes around the ice). The program lost thousands of dollars every year for the local skating club, so we offered to do it as part of a high school project...it was actually the first time something like this had ever been done in Ontario by students in a high school (1994, in case you're wondering how long ago this was). We went out, produced the ads, found the advertisers, pitched them, laid out the ads, printed up the programs, did the whole nine yards...and this was the only year the program ever made money (I think it was $3,000). So there's something to be said for the youth movement. Keep plugging away.

    Just in case you're wondering, I was the accountant and the third of the three people in charge of the layout of the ads (mostly the accountant, though).
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    Oh your 14 and the website you have done is great for your age. Its really a great thing you have done. And the website is great too. Nice work.

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    nice design, it's just that the space on both sides is not balanced, it's more a aligned on the left side. The font, well it's very fun to look at, but it doesn't look professional though...
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    your container width is to width.. i shouldn't have to scroll horizontally..
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    your container width is to width.. i shouldn't have to scroll horizontally..
    I know I'm working on fixing that
    Hey you! Go make something!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Pizzolo, post: 237136
    your container width is to width.. i shouldn't have to scroll horizontally..
    Ment to say "your width is to wide." ha

    And wow. I remember when .tk first originally came out.
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