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  1. #1
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    Please review my first website

    Hi All,
    Kindly review my first website www.SoftAgeTechnology.com and it's still under construction. Please leave your valuable feedback, it would help me to design a better website.

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    main page:
    - slide show (slide 3 "laptop"): the laptop covers some of the caption text (at screen res <= 1440x900). recommend resizing the laptop image and placing further right and/or place the captions over the laptop image (e.g. CSS z-index if it is positioned).

    navbar:
    - the pricing place holder should link to one of the pricing pages.

    footer area (div#copyright):
    - imo too much vertical padding used for this element.

    site logo:
    - site logo feels inconsistent with the overall look and feel of the site.

    contact page:
    - zooming on the map causes scrolling. recommend adding a onmouseover event handler to prevent scrolling the main window and an onmouseout to allow scrolling.

    page loading and animations:
    - page loading tends to cause flickering/shifting of elements.
    - animations seem jerky when transitioning.

    style switcher:
    - imo adds nothing to the site. in a forum setting that would make sense (i.e. increased readability).

    under the hood (source code):
    - looks very cookie-cutter on the source side. i'm guessing an off the shelf CMS.
    - script tags, the type attribute is not required for JavaScript code. the proper mime type for JavaScript files is application/javascript
    this
    Code:
    <meta name="viewport" content="initial-scale=1, maximum-scale=1" />
    <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width" />
    should be
    Code:
    <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1, maximum-scale=1" />
    - white-space and comments should be stripped out (either prior to uploading or at runtime). this help save on some bandwidth and reduces some of the common pitfalls associated with DOM.

    with a bit of TLC it'll look great.

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