View Full Version : Ready for some professional Crit
12-07-2002, 09:01 AM
My site is set up to trade bootlegs of Dave Matthews shows. It's more of a hobby than anything else. But, I think it's coming right along.
Thoughts? Be real, if you don't like the colors or fonts or whatever, let me know.
By bootlegs, do you mean illegal copies? While it's not this forum's place to police a member's site, any requests made of this forum has to be perfectly legal and ethical in all aspects. This means that requesting a site review of a site that potentially is illegal is not permitted.
p.s: For site reviews, the place to post in the General web building category. At any rate, this thread most likely will be closed unless I've misunderstood the nature of your site.
12-07-2002, 09:50 AM
Not all bootlegs are illegal....Just ask the Grateful Dead and countless other bands who permit the informal taping/distribution/selling of shows.
The first thing I notice is the horiz scrollbar going half way across my page...These kinds of sites make us cringe...especially if we have to read something. My first and only recommendation would be to get rid of all horiz scrolling.
Gerry Lives! :D
12-07-2002, 11:25 AM
This thread is closed.
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