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    My first programming site

    It's my first programming site
    here i have many my own created projects in c++ and in openGL

    Everyone who likes programming is welcomed to visit and check my programs and their source codes

    Also everyone can upload their programs to this site to get comments from other users
    www.dcomsoftwares.tk

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    Your site looks pretty good overall at first glance, but you use too many different colors of text that don't go well together. Sorry I'm more of a designer than developer, so I can't say much about the programming side, but you should definitely also pay attention to the design side. I'm a graphics designer but I want to learn how to develop too eventually.

    Did you use a template for the design or do it yourself? No offense, but I'm guessing template.

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    yes i build my website through online free website builder

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    I don't like bright colors on site espesially bright green background. And... you use so many font colors.. I think you should reduce them. For text best color is black.. or gray. Header of course can be in any color, but all headers in one color!

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    thanks for giving advice
    i will change font colors to black

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    It looks great except how you use large font when introducing the world of programming. I'd change this to something smaller, to substitute for the loss of space add more content to the homepage in that area. Hope this helps!

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    Quote Originally Posted by noahqw View Post
    It looks great except how you use large font when introducing the world of programming. I'd change this to something smaller, to substitute for the loss of space add more content to the homepage in that area. Hope this helps!
    Thanks i will change it now

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