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    Hey guys, im REALLY new to the whole website creation thing. I mean ive created a few pages with phpnuke, and that went real well , but i kinda wanted to get away from that.

    And being ihave no real experiance in html, i decided to download a layout.

    www.gamesndesign.com/home/home.htm is the current layout i think ill be going with.

    www.gamesndesign.com are some of the others i was working on.

    I was wondering if anybody here was interested in becomming partners with me on my site. Ill be hosting anything legal i could get my hands on, (Current ideas are Red vs blue episodes, Photoshop tutorials, Anime pics, car pics, some others)

    I have around 9 gigs of space, and 50 gigs of bandwidth, but im the only one working on this site. Its kinda hard to do an entire site by your self =p (or im just lazy ;p )

    And also i would like your opinions on how my site layouts look, and which 1 your prefer. (only media that is active is on http://www.gamesndesign.com/index2.htm)

    Any tips would be greatly appreciated =)
    Thx for your guys's time =)
    - Binary

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    Senior Member splufdaddy's Avatar
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    In IE 6 and Mozilla, your home.htm shows the images outside of your table cells. If you dont see this, let me know and I'll attach a screenshot.

    Index2.htm is a little dark for my tastes. On my CRT, the banner is very black. Looks like there's some detail in there that I can't see. Also, the "navigation", "Media" and "C:/..." boxes are not lined up. Looks like the Nav box needs to come down a little bit.

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    Ill get to work on the home.htm, as for the navi, c:, and media, they're not linned up intensionally =)

    And no , i dont see the images outa the tables, tell me if this is any better.

    www.gamesndesign.com/home/home2.htm

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    its best to call the homepage index.html or dafault.html as thats what both the browser and server recognise first.

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    Hi, i like your design of the current, it just need some perfection, and the others you are working on, well the purple one is a tutorial, but looks great!
    regards,
    robc

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    hehe, thnx guys. But im still confused beond all belife about my page O_O

    im not sure how to fix the image problem mainly because i cant see the problem on my comp =( And im running i.e. 6.0

    If any 1 has any ideas, plz let me know. Or perhaps posting my dreamweaver file and pics would help =)

    Let me know

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    It's best to test your HTML on a few browsers. I'd reccomend, I.E. 5.0+, Netscape, Mozilla, and Opera. Also, check out the WC3 specifications for the current standards.

    Nice design though.


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