This is my first website to not only create but maintain on a constant basis due to the everchanging subject matter. Thanks to the help of others in these forums Ive at least got something on the screen! lol.
Please take a look and offer any input. I only hope it gets easier!
Thanks for your time.
You should have a Navigation bar, and you should costomize the site a little more instead of having it all centered on the page. You could do this by learning some CSS. Add a logo to the top, keep working, and learning.
The issue isn't how its coded, but the selection of using the font family itself. It is not a standard font.
If a visitor's PC lacks these fonts in its system files, they will be substituted by the browser for either Courier, Times New Roman, or some other cross-platform font. For this design, since it has no "real" design, that's not a big deal. However, if your design is meticulously positioned, the substitution of other fonts for those you intended can mess up the line-height as well as line spacing - not to mention the overall look of your page.
* My screen resolution is set at 1680x1050
* I'm accessing your site through a T1 line
* I'm probably viewing it using Firefox (unless browser is specified)
or, put font-family: Benguiat Bk Bt, Verdana, sans-serif or whateverfonts you want, and, correct me if I'm wrong, but can't you just put the font-family into the body, rather than into every span?
And even defining fonts in the <body> tag only gets you so far. Ideally, fonts would all be defined in a external style sheet. This would mean one line in every web page you need those styles for and it's way more practicle doing it that way.
The header [top identifying text/logo] is pretty big but nothing compared to the whopping font sizes used on the titles in the subpages - gike! If your goal is to 'just get something up', then you've done great. When you want to create a look / feel for the company, you'll need to get to know (x)html and css a lot better. [And will make updates a heck of a lot easier ;-) ]
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