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    Hi could you give me your opinions on the following web site:
    http://www.valeoflevenfc.co.uk/

    What do you think of the look of the site, the operation, the navigation and anything else you wish to mention?

    Thanks.

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    overall, i like it! But i think you should use some images for your nav.. That fat text is a bit odd looking.

    Just add a few more images through the site and i will really like it.

    4/5

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    Tested in Mozilla 800x600 56k modem. Loads nice and fast. Nice, clear simple design and navigation is nice and clear. Overall, a good effort. Good luck with it.

    Nick

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    i like it good layout and easy to navigate round. It's eyecatching and you can tell straight away it's about football just from the speedy mitre ball in top left

    I'd just spruce it up maybe do something with your nav menu and make your banner heading a bit more creative rather than text...

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    Thanks for the replies. Mostly positive which is good.

    How "professional" does the web site look? This is quite important.

    How can I improve the site and make it more professional?

    Thanks for the suggestions already. The site is all database driven which is why I am, for the most part, limited to using text for the likes of the headings.

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    in my opinion it already looks professional I just think you should jazz it up a bit ...

    you can add images even if you are using a server side language surly..

    But i don't know any yet so i wouldnt know Still learning lol
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    I think some images would make the site look a little more professional. A text only site is very hard to design w/o making it look amateur-ish. Also, I'm not a fan of the light blue/green you have behind some of the text.

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    I agree with the previous two in terms of the site looking professional. Nice and clean looking. Like splufdaddy said it could use a few more images.

    I also agree with previous comments about doing something with the menu. Rather than a simple change of colours the mouseover could be a little more creative. Another option might be to center the menu options so that they line up with the other items that appear below the menu.

    Oh, one more thing...I give it a 4/5

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    why are you limited to text-based headings? A server-side language shouldnt restrict you.

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    The user is able to edit the headings, so they can be changed. The text for the links is all stored in a database as well.

    What sort of ideas do you have for being a bit more creative with the menu and the headings?

    Thanks.


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