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    Please let me have your comments/suggestions for new site layout.

    www.pwhitrow.com

    Thanks,

    Paul

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    Very simple and very effective however it all seems out of align, the calender is covering half the page and you can't get rid of it.

    In actual fact, (im on a school computer) but there are a lot of errors poping up here.

    There is something very wrong with the aligning, everything is over lapping everything.

    Other then this fairly major issue, the design looks great and I expect would be very smart when correct.

    I shall have another look at home tonight and see if it is just this computer or something.

    Good luck,
    Daniel.

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    It looks like it's a browser within a browser, which is kind of confusing/disorienting. That could just be me though. Also, the text in your main menu is a little hard to read. Other than that, looks cool.

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    Crashed Opera twice...
    regards,
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    Hello Paul,

    overall the design looks smooth to me. But it is not too eye-catching... hmm.. a bit boring I think.

    In NN 7 the left menu is not aligned properly.

    Try to improve the logo (I mean the domain name text at the top).. it doesnt look very professional.

    I hope these comments will be helpful

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    Looks nice but it sure does take up quite a bit to load, even on a T1 broadband.

    Plus I'm worried about backwards browser compatability. Some browsers might not like the menus.

    Besides that it looks better than anything I can do.

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    Dougfresh, please reduce your signature to 4 lines or less. Thanks.

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    what code/script is used to keep the main info in that scrollable section like that? it looks almost like a program. ive been doing alot of extensive ground up studying on all this since my talents are based on a web developer, so i dont know the core stuff. ive learned html 4.01, xhtml 1.0, and css 1 and css 2, and im working on javascript (or will be tommorrow). I've been learning as i go, in my search to figure out how the hell to do that. i see it on alot of design websites, and cant seem to get someone to tell me how to do it, lol. any info you can give me?


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