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    Request to Review Jewelry site


    Please review my website.


    It is not in English, but that's OK. I prefer to know what I am missing in the format, etcetera.

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    Looks good on a first glimpse, although I find the animation in the hero a little too much; it distracts from the actual content of the home page.
    And you should work on the small viewport styles. The headings are way too large and the logo in the header is barely visible.

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    Painfully slow to watch load, background videos range from distracting to outright annoying, and seem to exist to cover up for a lack of actual content. The inconsistent use of font is a bit of a wonk, with the sections of serif fonts possibly hampering accessibility.

    I usually rail against webfonts on "flow text", but that "noto sans" is quite nice. I'll have to remember that one. The "Montserrat" on the other hand... not so much.

    The excessive use of images and whitespace makes it feel overall though like the layout is trying to cover up for lack of content of value. Being it's in another language I can't speak to that, but given there's only 3.11k of plaintext, 3 content images, and two media elements, the use of 44k of markup is an indicator of bad site-building techniques. That said markup is minified and still easily four to five times what's needed to do the job? Yeah, not good.

    Hence the endless pointless LINK no UA's care about, static scripting in the markup, scripting doing HTML/CSS' job, you'd almost think it was build with turdpress... oh...

    Given the relative simplicity of the page, that it's loading 34 separate files to do around 8 files job? Yeah, it's got problems under the hood -- though again, nothing unexpected when wordpress is involved. For people who know nothing about websites, BY people who know nothing about websites is never a great plan.
    “There are two ways of constructing a software design: One way is to make it so simple that there are obviously no deficiencies and the other way is to make it so complicated that there are no obvious deficiencies.” – C.A.R. Hoare, The 1980 ACM Turing Award Lecture


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