10-13-2005, 03:47 AM
I am tweaking permanently my web site http://www.webnauts.net for its markup, accessibility, seo and usability.
Here I would appreciate if you would have a look, and tell me honestly what you think about it, and if something to your opinion is not well done, please be so kind and drop me a line. You may invite me too to review your site if you wish.
Thanks in advance for your kind support. :)
10-13-2005, 10:59 AM
Also your access keys are hard to find and are very limited (only 6 in the whole site according to your access keys page) Also I shouldnt have to hunt to find them.
The colours are harsh togther (bright orange and purple)
In your source code the content should be at the top for various reasons.
Your nav should stand out from your content more. I dont like the 'highlight' effect on your hovers either, they're a little sloppy when links go onto multiple lines.
The background on your headers is too low contrast with the rest of the page.
The page content is too wide (accessibility concern, particularly for dyslexics)
Overall the look is very flat, the 'design' does nothing to lead my eye to anything in particular or any heirarchical structure.
The extremely long IDs are just unnecessary.
While you might think this is a little harsh and who the hell am I, my site isnt perfect either...etc Well my site isnt offering SOE, accessibility and usability training. With site content as yours is, you should expect harsh criticism where flaws are found.
10-13-2005, 09:22 PM
hmmm looks ok...nothing specials to be honest you see alot of sites like that but what is different is those little bars in the content area dont like them
its good code one error well done :thumbsup:
10-13-2005, 10:19 PM
NancyJ and Crake thanks for you kind review, and especially for pointing out that error. It happen yesterday when I added the link to "Wordtracker".
Pages XHTML validate again. http://www.htmlhelp.com/cgi-bin/validate.cgi?url=http://www.webnauts.net&warnings=yes&spider=yes
About the CSS issues we are working on them.