View Full Version : got a site review :: want yours too

11-28-2007, 04:46 AM
Hows that for a catchy title... anyway

Recently I got my website http://adamsworld.name reviewed by Jennifer Kyrnin and her review was... mildly positive?
Can you tell if she is being positive? I know there are positive things she said but its a bit confusing. Also I would like your opinion about my sites template. The pages(content) are still sort of being written, but the template is done.

In addition to the main template, I have written a "wide" template file to go on pages in addition to the main stylesheet. I would like to know how the wide template looks as well. I am still proofreading this page so there are not links to it from the main website yet.

Final thought, The logo image at the top is sort of a placeholder. I don't really have a name for myself(except my real name) and Ive been experimenting with different logos and as you can see the logo she saw is different.

Thanks for dropping by,

11-28-2007, 04:51 AM
When I first came to the page, I seriously thought that Adam was dyslexic

HAHA, Sorry Ill give you a better review later, Just though that was funny.

11-28-2007, 04:56 AM
ha ya I did too... Don't worry I can cpell well...


11-28-2007, 05:14 AM
Hey Adam,

on your wider layout, it breaks when you scale it down.

and off topic, this is the second thread about a site being reviewed by her. How did she come to view it if I may ask?

11-28-2007, 05:30 AM
Earlier I got a rss update of a new post and I recognized the name and then remembered that I had also had my site reviewed by her... So I posted too.

A month( or more) ago I submitted my site to be reviewed.

What do you mean by Breaks? Browser?
You may be talking about the really long line to configure openssh? I didn't want to wrap it because people may think its more then two lines. Maybe I should wrap it?


11-28-2007, 05:46 AM
ah i see.

and yeah i noticed the second time that is your <code> line. breaking it would be bad if it needs to be one line. perhaps a set width for code with an overflow scroll or auto would do the trick.

11-28-2007, 06:10 AM
converted them all from divs to textboxes... they scroll now.

11-30-2007, 03:55 PM
How long did it take her to review your site? I just submitted one of my sites