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    Hopefully my site is better this time. After many false starts this is the interface for my web design site.

    What do you guys think?

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    web design/hosting specialists in SMS shortcode activated sites.www.wedoweb.com

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    looks pretty good but there may be some accessibility issues, for example the top nav buttons aren't really in contrast to the image of the woman, and some of the text is currently a bit too small. Perhaps increase size of small text a little and make the woman a bit lighter/transparent?

    Otherwise a nice design, that is colourful and modern.

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    In Mozilla, above the quote "Welcome to We Do Web" this code is visible:
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    <%@LANGUAGE="VBSCRIPT" CODEPAGE="CP_ACP"%>
    Also, there seem to be a lot of columns created by this design. One column is the blue background, the woman is another column, and then her hand is in another column, before the content area starts. You may want to condense this. And I agree about the buttons, they could be more visible.

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    the lower ones are nice though and I don't like the banner (line) where the logo is stamped on, maybe try to make TV scan lines there, I think it would look nicer. Good Luck !

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    ironhacker, do you have an example of tv scan lines?

    If you click the about button, you will see where I intend the content to go.

    Thanks for the comments so far
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    There's an example:
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    Are there any colours which work best for this, or is it just 2 contrasting colours?
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    ??? Idon't get the question? Look just give me a GIF copy from the PSD file (Only the banner's part I don't need the other) WITHOUT THE LOGO!!! (Very Important) and I will just put the scan lines for you...

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    fixed the mozilla problem, i had used a template page created for asp, but saved it with an htm extension.
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    wait a minute, a web designer using a template for his site. Well that's not so good...I think.


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