View Full Version : Help review this !

07-18-2009, 05:12 PM
help me review this pls ... considering the ajax driven news and update using php/mysql and ajax comb ... check out my contact page also , valication and progress bar ... i need comments and critics pls
thanks , am new here as you can see
the site is www.technoglobalprogrammers.net

07-20-2009, 10:22 PM
The progress bar is really not needed. Do I need to know I'm almost done with a little 4-input contact form? No.

The copy on the front page needs to be shortened to come to the point faster. If you really want to explain what programming is, put a link to a pop-up bubble or something. Also..

Programming (often shortened to programming or coding)

Is "programming" really the shortened version of "programming"? :p


I ask myself why this site is slow in development.. reason is that web developers website are not always content rich coz they dont like spending much time buuilding them site ... yes, this is natural, that doesnt mean they we cant handle big projects , no matter what... take a look at news and events thats added on this site , they are always short ! who would writte up these news? uhmm .... its not easy !

I don't know why anyone who wants to pick up new clients would mention why their own website is slow to get developed! Talk about shooting yourself in the foot.

07-23-2009, 03:49 PM
Thanks for the commet
i want comment on this too
thats my personel website

07-24-2009, 03:34 AM
For starters, your written content is in justify format. Justify is for block quotes.

07-24-2009, 08:35 PM
For starters, your written content is in justify format. Justify is for block quotes.
Um...no, it's not. Justified text is valid for any instance of text (for instance, books are almost always written left and right flush.) It's just not in place here. Left flush and right ragged, achieved through text-align: left, is more appropriate here, as it is in most web-based typesetting.

07-25-2009, 11:25 AM
I quite like the navbar at the top with search function underneath, works well.

Agreed on the contact form thou, very over the top for only 4 boxes. People are going to know what 'Your Name' means so there is no need to tell them.

I personally think maybe a few borders would be good because there is a lot of white space, maybe one right round the edge?

Also in the nav bar, the word 'softwares' doesnt need an S on the end as its not plural

07-30-2009, 04:30 PM
Thanks for all tthe comments ...
have you all surfed
i've being coding alot on that projects ... being sucking off my time