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Mar 23, 2007 16:37 |  #1

http://www.freewebs.co​m/markshavendigital/ (external link)
this was done for class, way to spend a spring break. Let me know what you guys think


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Mar 25, 2007 00:23 |  #2

I like the basic look/concept, nice job, but I'd like it even better if it was centered, since I use 1280 or 1600 monitor settings and all that empty space to the right is discordant. Some of the pictures you use for information would be quite sluggish for dial-up users, if you care about such things.

The big white arrow next to the "next" link is a pleasant informal touch, imo.


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Mar 31, 2007 07:00 |  #3

lol - who cares about dial-up users? I think anyone with dialup these days would find it hard to navigate the bulk of the internet...


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Mar 31, 2007 07:03 |  #4

Interesting site - different, but a bit refreshing. Would probably function better with a centre alignment, but it is okay without for me.


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Mar 31, 2007 07:24 |  #5

Really great site. I like it.


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Apr 02, 2007 00:55 |  #6

POD77 wrote in post #2959959 (external link)
Interesting site - different, but a bit refreshing. Would probably function better with a centre alignment, but it is okay without for me.

yeah i'm still learning the coding for such a feat, thanks for the good words.


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Apr 02, 2007 00:56 |  #7

bmwbikerider wrote in post #2960019 (external link)
Really great site. I like it.

thank you very much.


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Apr 04, 2007 00:26 as a reply to  @ marksonthestreet's post |  #8

I like your design, I think you put together a solid, consistent look.

The pages loaded a little slow for me, but that could be the host, I didn't really look at the image sizes at all.

Good job on your site!


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