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    Layout Reviews

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    Ok people this is my very first site, still in a very beta stage as well . Please be honest with your reviews; from head to tail.
    http://nolvorite.xoomwebs.com/index.html

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    erm.... generally it seems to be ok...

    1. get rid of the horizontal scroll bar... it doesn't need to be there

    that's it really.
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    you mean overflow-x or -y? oh man I always find a bug at those stuff...but i'll try
    Edit: tried overflow-y and did something better!
    Last edited by nolvorite; 07-09-2007 at 03:05 PM.

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    I dont like the way the entire navigation bar flickers when you scroll over the links.

    add a top margin to give some air around the site.

    I would also lose the scrolling and add overflow: auto to your style in your main content - it will remove the greyed out scroll bars and add them when needed.

    Now lets see some content and imagery!
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    I surf with Firefox and have the NoScript plug-in. I have to allow JavaScripts. That said, the first thing I saw when I went in without JavaScript turned on was a box with text, a scroll bar, and a logo. My thought was “what is this?” because there were no links or anything. Then I remembered to allow JavaScript.

    I actually like the JavaScript effect you have there -- it's not too flashy but adds a nice touch to the menu. But you might want to consider adding something to your site to detect if a browser has JavaScript turned off, and if so, either prompt the user to turn it on, or offer an alternative menu that does not use JavaScript.
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    An update: All of your suggestions are now there! And I added a background on the whole page . . .


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