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    This is my second ever site. There will be photoshop tutorials and templates. what do you think?

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    Here is my input.
    1.Put your page title in your header.
    2.Lose the frame in the bottem, Does it serve a purpose
    3.The buttons are hard to read, needs more contrast
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    No need for the entry pop-up, it just annoyed me, as on 1024 by 768 resolution it looks absolutely perfect! Get rid of it.

    You font needs enlarging big-style, I can hardly read it on my resolution.

    Your external link in your 'About' page opens in your Iframe.

    I think you should try and make this website, except without making use of IFrames/Scrolling DIVs? It would be a challenge, though easier to updete and browse.

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    thanks and that bar is my afiliate bar.

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    changed the font size and fixed the link problem. i dont get what esle you mean. do you want me to make it without iframes?

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    I think the site could look just as good without Iframes yes. Also, get rid of that pop-up
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    If you're making a site for photoshop users, 800x600 isn't your target resolution. Most photoshop users use atleast 1024x768. Regardless, popups like that are annoying. The site is a little dark, and could be made brighter and bigger. The banner should have some text in it, IMO.

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    okay, ill get rid of the popup. if you look at browser stats 800x600 is still the highest used resolution. I use it and any bigger i cant read anything.

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    ok fixed the size, works in 800x600 and in 1024x768

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    Originally posted by oasis13
    if you look at browser stats 800x600 is still the highest used resolution. I use it and any bigger i cant read anything.
    It's the most common used resolution among all web users. But you're not targetting all web users, visitors to your site are going to be tech-oriented or design oriented people. These people generally use larger resolutions. You need to think about your target audience, not the general audience.


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