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xbrahaxz
06-16-2011, 09:32 PM
First off, Spent three months coding. (PHP, HTML, JS, CSS, AJAX)

Second, The site was released yesterday after getting leaked. I was going to release it Friday after we got new servers but after the user database started filling up, I had to remove the Coming Soon page and release it.

Third, The site is a new social networking site with a unique idea. Its nothing like any other social networking site, I spent three months writing it by myself with the help of a couple friends who suggested the website name and ideas for it. I'm very serious, please do not give inappropriate feedback. Something more along the lines of this could be improved or something around that.

Fourth, The site is very well designed and you can have your own design, yes I repeat, you can have a design after logging in that is displayed on every page. You can't do much yet so we do know that it might be boring from the start, but after I finishing writing more for profiles and your home page (page after you login) it won't be as boring as it was from the start. If your into scripting then mention that and I might let you join after asking you several questions.

Did you read everything above? No? Well then go read it. Yes?

Go Register at Twipzy.com

Enjoy :)

-Bryce

VIPStephan
06-16-2011, 10:27 PM
I’m not going to register but your index page looks very nice already. Only, I have usually a viewport width of around 1120px (despite having a 24" wide screen monitor) and the login button is partially outside of the viewport. You might wanna make it flush right and move with the right edge, not scale proportionally.

Also the background focused input fields could get some more consideration. It’s kinda weird that they look like buttons when they’re focused. A simple color change (e. g. to a light yellowish tone) would be nicer, I guess.

xbrahaxz
06-17-2011, 07:02 AM
Yes I'm going to work on that later, sadly I can't right now because I'm at the beach but it will be fixed.

If you want to register fill free, it's more for teenagers at this point. Until I have a meeting with my friends for adding new features and monetizing. I don't want to actually display ads on there because I'm not sure where this is going but the site needs some kind of income.

jalarie
06-18-2011, 05:55 PM
There are 46 coding errors that you might wish to consider fixing. The report is here:

http://validator.w3.org/check?charset=(detect+automatically)&doctype=Inline&group=0&uri=http://twipzy.com/

xbrahaxz
06-19-2011, 12:33 AM
There are 46 coding errors that you might wish to consider fixing. The report is here:

http://validator.w3.org/check?charset=(detect+automatically)&doctype=Inline&group=0&uri=http://twipzy.com/

Nah I'm good :). Plus that reads it as HTML my site is completely PHP, then again though I could seriously careless because if it doesn't appear on my debug console then I don't care :).

jalarie
06-19-2011, 08:52 PM
Nah I'm good :). Plus that reads it as HTML my site is completely PHP, then again though I could seriously careless because if it doesn't appear on my debug console then I don't care :).

Your "completely PHP" stuff creates HTML which has errors. That causes it to perform differently in different browsers and on different operating systems. You asked for opinions; my opinion is that you should fix it.

Apostropartheid
06-19-2011, 09:42 PM
Nah I'm good :). Plus that reads it as HTML my site is completely PHP, then again though I could seriously careless because if it doesn't appear on my debug console then I don't care :).

1) You may need to go back and fully understand what PHP is, because I don't think you've quite grasped how it interacts with HTML.
2) Your debug console is clearly broken; you may need a new one.
3) Although it is excellent that your site works as it is, if something ever goes wrong you will have extreme difficulty getting help here, as many posters will not help unless your code is valid: it makes life much easier for them.

xFinaLx
07-08-2011, 11:16 PM
Give me some more info before presenting me with a registration form. I don't just go around shoving my email address into any form that'll take it. Put up some type of attention getter or call to action so people know what your site is about and why they should sign up, giving you their personal information.

That's my take.

UndeadCircus
07-14-2011, 06:11 PM
I just tried visiting the URL and got a 404 on index.html. If this is a serious website, you may wanna get that fixed so that we can at least see what's going on. :)

NoeG
07-17-2011, 08:27 PM
aww man I was intrigued by this Twipzy idea but when I went to the site I got a farewell message...

CCIMilwaukee
08-27-2011, 06:45 AM
I was also very interested in checking out this site, but got an "Account Suspended" page.



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