Something I'm working on
Hi, please check out my site below. I've been continuously developing it adding new things and I'd just like your personal view on things. If you would like to link to me, feel free to PM me or something.
Last edited by Sim; 07-13-2005 at 09:21 AM.
love your design. i happen to really dig the narrow column look and the very subtle, low saturation colors. when i redo my personal website i'll probably end up doing something similar in some way.. anyway. nice work.
www.johnnygolden.com <------soon to be redesigned
wow, very nice in my opinion... i like the tree... its simple, but blends well on the page and you based the colors off of that...
i like it allot... writing a bit bigger possibly 11px doesnt look that bad, maybe a css style switcher to change between?
Yeah, you've got a really nice sense of design there.
Couple of things that I'd suggest/gripe about:
- The layout sqeezes out some of your title on a smaller screen resolution,
so would be wise to fix.
- Got tired of the circlearrowbullets very quickly and in general my eyes
grew weary just from trying to read a few paragraphs.
- Navigation's kind of funky in the articles - since everything is the same
everywhere, easy to get lost.
Maybe I was just in need of a spot of orange. Seems to be the case these days ;-)
no replys whats going on austers?
I agree. Go to your articles page. Now, from a visual standpoint, how can I tell if the word "Articles," or one of your article titles is a link, or not? I can't because they look exactly the same.
Originally Posted by LJK
By the way, you have your <h3> tags inside of your <a> tags. Header tags are block level and thus are not suppose to be inside of an inline element. Switch them around and you should be set. Since you are using a <h3> tag, I don't see the need to have the <br> tags afterwards since, again, <h3> tags are block level anyway.
EDIT: You may also want to click on your XHTML validation link for kicks.
Last edited by spufi; 07-17-2005 at 06:07 AM.
Looks really nice. But your false-advertising the validity. I only checked index and contact; the former tentatively validated, the latter had about 16 errors.
Good job overall.
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