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    What do you guys think of this soft page?

    What do you think of this one?
    http://www.yankee-clipper.net/YC4/
    I accept critics and suggestion!
    Thanks

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    Senior Member splufdaddy's Avatar
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    I'm not a huge fan of the I-Frame, or the navigation in your banner. This site could easily be created without the I-Frame, and the navigation is using a hard to read font, and part of the background is white, making it hard to read. I didn't recognize it as the navigation at first, I thought it was just part of your banner.

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    I don't use the I-frame on the page.
    The navigation in the banner isn't too bad, but it's true that it's a bit hard to read.
    And it because the most of the buttons on the navbar are disabled (the page isn't finished) it is even harder to identify it as a navbar.
    Thanks for the critics

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    Senior Member splufdaddy's Avatar
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    It's hard to indentify as a nav bar because that's not a natural place for the nav, right next to the logo, in big letters in the banner, and it's hard to read. One button is enabled, so enabling the rest of the buttons won't really change much.

    Also, I checked out your source, and it's got quite a few errors in it. You have multiple beginning and ending <body> and <html> tags, and your javascript is all over the place. All the js should be placed in one js tag at the top of the page. Same thing with the CSS, you have CSS tags in the middle of the source.

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    I never found this design too nice, but the customer found it very good.
    But It's only temporary, I'm making now not only that products, but the whole site.
    It will look something like this:
    http://www.xtdesign.net/work/intelexual2/index2.html

    I think this one is by far cleaner and better.


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