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    My First Website Design!

    So here's my first website design. It took me about an hour total (worked on and off...Wimbledon was on, so I got distracted).

    http://h1.ripway.com/OptiTech/


    There's the link.

    Its a pretty simple design, but let me know what you think. All feedback is welcome. Feel free to rate it or anything.

    All the information is fake. I made it all up.
    None of the navigation bar or side bar links work, because I'm just working on the design at the moment.

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    Simple is good.

    If that's your first design, I'm impressed. It looks very good and light. If I had to add something, I'd mark up those borders just a bit - perhaps with the color #ddd or #ccc (I can see they're #eee).
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    I'm impressed,

    Simple yet very effective and easy to find the content and links.

    I knew the arty part of my brain was even smaller than the rest of it but, with that effort, you have shown me that it doesn't actually exist. lol

    I think your borders are fine because (i think ), that were they any heavier they could make the page look blocky.
    Just noticed, you need to validate the code. you have two <html> tags and the doctype isn't on the first line of the page. You might also like to consider putting your css in an external file. makes it easier to admin your site when it gets a bit bigger.
    bazz
    Last edited by bazz; 07-06-2007 at 08:47 PM.


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