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    Please See my site and give your response

    Hi friends, this is my website www.dmaarc.com, I recently lunched it. And I want to know that my site graphically and designedly good or not? Everything is ok in this?
    Please give your suggestion it will help me to improve it more. Thanks.
    Any suggestion will be appreciate.

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    It looks great. I don't have much to offer; if you made this you are way beyond me. The large graphic on the home page with changing images... is that a .swf flash file?

    Only this:

    On the home page it looks like you forgot a space after the period: "25% lower than the national average.More than thirty"

    Right there between "average" and "more than".

    captainscall

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    Also you may want to get rid of the W3C HTML and W3C CSS links at the bottom right of the home page...I don't know why clients of that business would ever want to see the code validation report for the site..

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    Also, you missed another space at "Richmond.Finally"

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    Oh thank you so much for noted so much mistakes thanks and regards dear. I will do the right soon.

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    I agree with the above, if this is your first site then congrats. Nice clean layout, good choice of colours, its not too busy, good alignment.

    I myself am quite a new developer, only been developing for just over 12 months and I am happy to say that this is a really good job!

    I did notice a few things though that may need fixing, that aren't really essential but I'm a bit of a perfectionist haha.

    The social media links in the top right have underlines between them. May need to set "text-decoration: none;" on these.

    Also, using HTML Validator in Firefox, you've inputted some invalid attributes in the <img> tags. You have width="24px" height="24px", if the image itself is already 24x24 then there is no need to put in width and height attributes. And the image will keep its proportions so you don't need the height value at all.
    To fix this all you need to do is remove the px so its width="24".
    However, saying this I'd prefer to take the image into Photoshop and shrink it down to 24x24. That way you don't need wight for height at all, and the browser isn't loading a larger image and shrinking it down. This really isn't a huge being that the image is so small...however, in the future if you have much larger images and shrinking them in the html then its impeding on load time.

    Cheers
    Dale

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    oh ok thanks so much for noted so much.

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    There's nothing wrong with your website even the meta tags are good. Just make sure you have an original content in your website..

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    i think it's pretty much alright!!

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    Its all good !
    Designer @ Gel Code Web Design Any questions ill help ... Ps im a Wordpress kinda guy

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    looks cool.. but the tabs on the top needs frame or something

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    My only criticism, apart from the grammatical errors that have been mentioned is how slow the banner graphics are to load. Also the graphics themselves are showing signs of edit fatigue. So I've re-optimised and attach them herewith...
    Attached Images Attached Images

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    it's professional.. but if you frame the tab at the top it will look nicer..

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    The CSS overlapping the the contact no. on the home page.... Fix it...

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