06-19-2003, 09:59 AM
i would like you to visit and review my site
please write as many good n bad things about it so i can improve it.
06-19-2003, 11:01 AM
Looks pretty good, but the coloring could do with a bit of work...
The dark purple is too close to the black, and needs to be brightened up. The font is neat and clean, but the headings distract from that - "Sugar 'n Spice" and the other headings like that should possibly be made bigger, and brighter to stand out more.
You could possibly change the active, and visited link colors to something other then the defaults - at the moment, the site starts looking untidy when the colors start changing as i browse around...
When you click on a topic, you are taken to a new page with a big white block on the right - This is too much of a contrast - maybe keep the background to grey? Even light grey will make it look better...
When it comes to your CSS: Bare in mind that you should stick to either using fixed font size, or not. The site at the moment has some text with fixed font, and other not. So - if a user changes the text size using their browser, some text will resize, but some wont. Using sizes like "Small" "x-small" etc is normally better...
Its a good site! Everyhting i have mentioned is relativly little, so well done!
06-19-2003, 11:35 AM
Depreciated HTML coding
Tables for layout
Useless and annoying "no-right-click" script
No color scheme
Inconsistent link presentation
Is it 2008 already :rolleyes: :confused:
06-20-2003, 03:08 AM
Yeh the right click is really annoying, best thing i can say is get a script from http://www.dynamicdrive.com/ and find a right click to prevent only images from being saved! The advantage is you can click anywhere on the page other than images.
Hope this helps! :thumbsup:
06-20-2003, 08:26 AM
If you really want to keep the right click script, at least change it so that nothing happens on right click. As everyone else has said - a popup is REALLY irritating...
Do the same if you take pagekeeper's advice about no right click on images - no popup.
06-21-2003, 10:14 PM
DO NOT even attempt to "protect your code"; read the "Protecting your source code" sticky at the top of this forum. 'nuff said.
06-22-2003, 12:49 AM
The no right click script doesn't work in Mozilla. The popup appears, but also the context menu with it. So, it doesn't protect images in Mozilla. Plus, you can drag the image to the address bar in IE and WOW there's the image all by itself :eek: :rolleyes:
Advice would be to get the no right click on images script, like everyone else is suggesting. But, don't have the mindset that it will "protect" your images.
View > Page Info > Media in Mozilla lets me save anything that's on a page :cool: