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Feb 03, 2010 07:12 |  #1

over http://www.jameshedley​.com/ (external link)

I've redone my website yet again taking into account all the advice that was offered after its last incarnation.
Hopefully, it is still clean and simple, but this time a little easier to navigate.

Thanks for looking, and all comments/advice welcomed.


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Feb 03, 2010 10:33 |  #2

I'm currently on a pc with only 800 px in width the page is too wide which wouldn't be more than a minor annoyance except that there is no horizontal scrollbar so I cant scroll to see what is on the right side of the page.

I don't like the way the gallows work when I click on a thumbnail I expect the thumbnailto replace the large image on the left not go to another page that I can't navigate back from.


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Feb 03, 2010 10:37 |  #3

Most of the images look out of focus, probably because of the re-sizing.


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Feb 03, 2010 13:18 |  #4

cdwise wrote in post #9532375 (external link)
I'm currently on a pc with only 800 px in width the page is too wide which wouldn't be more than a minor annoyance except that there is no horizontal scrollbar so I cant scroll to see what is on the right side of the page.

I took the gamble after seeing that only 1% of browsers (http://www.w3schools.c​om/browsers/browsers_d​isplay.asp (external link) are now using that resolution so I think that's just unfortunate.

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I don't like the way the gallows work when I click on a thumbnail I expect the thumbnailto replace the large image on the left not go to another page that I can't navigate back from.

There might be a UX/Accessibility issue there so I'll have to look into that - thanks for your input.


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Feb 03, 2010 13:19 |  #5

GenuineRolla wrote in post #9532397 (external link)
Most of the images look out of focus, probably because of the re-sizing.

Can you be more specific? I can't see where you mean. It might be my eyes/monitor/photograp​hy that is to blame...


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Feb 03, 2010 14:52 |  #6

I'm not suggesting that you change resolution, that's a decision for the site owner but am suggestion that there needs to be a horizontal scrollbar when the visitor has lower resolution.

Remember that browser stats give you the total monitor resolution not the size of the browser. Right now I'm in my docking station so I have a 23" monitor with 1980px but I've got 3 windows open and visible scattered across my screen.


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Feb 04, 2010 13:53 |  #7

I think that the site layout looks very good and clean.

Like someone else said, some images looks out of focus.

You can take a look at my new site too and tell me your comments in this post: My new digital photo gallery


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