First crack at CSS design
I recently changed my table-based site over to a CSS one. I'm going for fast-loading, standards-compliant code with a nice simple professional image (basically, the kind of design that I'm offering my clients.
I know the pages aren't 100% validated, I'm slowly working through the errors, but in the meantime I'd be interested in people's feedback.
Good work, nice, clean design, but it doesn't validate:
Remember to explicitly set the background color.
"Debugging is twice as hard as writing the code in the first place. Therefore, if you write the code as cleverly as possible, you are, by definition, not smart enough to debug it." Brian W. Kernighan
Glad to hear that someone else is dipping into the css pool...
nice basic layout structure; minimal for sure.
The only graphic I could see [aside from bottom links] was the arrow used in the navigation - which is deceptive, as I expect more categories to appear. Consider showing examples of your sites, at least!
Not sure if you need "news" on each site page - would some other blurb be appropriate? My tastes shy away from that blue...but hey, go with what you like. A white bkgnd. for content and a hint of color for the body might be nice, tho.
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