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    The layout is cool. The type on the homepage is very hard to read. It's blurry enough on my LCD to be unreadable. Also, the homepage is the only page your visitors are guaranteed to see. Give them a reason to stick around your site (in the form of actual content)!

    On the news page, you have plenty of room length wise, why is there a scroll bar?

    On the Work section, you have a website listed, but no link to it. If you're going to list work you've done, you should show it off.

    Your banner is also illedgible. The background is very dark, and you have black text on top of that. Can't read black on black.

    The concept is cool, with a few tweaks, it'll look nice.

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    very clean but i'd align each content table to vertical: top
    so that its all in the same place.

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    I like this design because it is very simple yet very effective. Its clean and easy on the eye. Althought I wasnt sure 100% what is is about as you obviously need more content.

    Other then that nice one.

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    Hi everyone im new here...

    I like the site, cuz its nice and tidy, but may look akwardly small on a really high res like 1600x1200...

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    I like the look. Why not modify the html to use <div> instead of <table>?

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    cool, bit empty at the moment, not sure on the stripey background

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    Yea sorry about the lack of content im just starting this layout. And on the newspage is their a scrollbar? i put in the iframe scrolling="auto" thier shouldnt be a scroll bar until that page fills up (thiers none with ie6). And with the LCD it looks blurry? i have a viewsonic 18" lcd, looks great. And for the works section i just added it i forgot to link it =x. Thanks for you inputs! -yea i designed this site on a 1280x1024 Res =x
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    Yeah, different monitors are going to display that differently. It's actually blurry on both my CRT and LCD, now that I take a second look at it (both are Dell monitors, btw).

    In Mozilla, there is a scroll bar. Why are you using an IFrame, anyways? Iframes are eeeevil.

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    Im using iframes becuase im using a news script and the script save all info into news.htm. if i was using PHP i'd <include> it
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