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    SitePoint Enthusiast sadhu's Avatar
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    Please review the following website I built for a client. Content, graphics, programming, design all by me.

    http://www.supremetravelonline.com

    Try and make me cry
    Rustam Punja, WebMaster/Content Developer
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    The Hiding One lynlimz's Avatar
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    Hi sadhu =)

    Okay...Under the greeting...Monday, February 05, 2001 Good Evening!

    The good evening doesn't look consistent with the Monday, feb...etc.

    [edited]

    Oh yes, sorry, my review was half-completed.

    I feel that there are too much information on one page.

    what you could do is add some spacing between the edges of all the tables. that way, it'll give some room and reduce the clutterness.

    In my opinion, I would rmeove the background highlight from the links, but leave the hover effect alone.

    On the whole, this design is very practical. Its also easy to navigate.

    From first glance, I know what this site is about, and what it does etc. This is crucial to any company website and I must say you have done a good job on it. =)

    All the best for your website sadhu!

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    Last edited by lynlimz; Feb 6, 2001 at 11:58.
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    /*
    Mozilla 0.7; 1280x960x32; cable-internet;
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    No obvious errors.

    > I would seriously consider replacing the 3D buttons on the right side. They just don't look right.

    > The 'Contact Us' text on the bar on the lower right side doesn't look right. Try making it 'full' letters, instead of only the outer side of the letters, something like the 'Travel Tools' bar thus. However,

    > I would let the 'Travel Tools' bar 'fade' too, like the 'Contact Us' bar.

    > Maybe some more pictures on the front page to make things look a bit more cheerful.

    > Some extra colors (bright colors) wouldn't hurt either.
    www.nyanko.ws - My web-, software- and game development company.
    www.mayaposch.com - My personal site and blog.

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    Hi

    Beautiful page.

    I get an alarm on the following indicating that ') is not an attribute of the A tag. Might be my setup, might be yours.

    document.write('<A HREF="javascript:window.external.AddFavorite(url,who);" ');
    document.write('onMouseOver=" window.status=');
    document.write("txt; return true ");
    document.write('"onMouseOut=" window.status=');
    document.write("' '; return true ");
    document.write('">'+ txt + '</a>');

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    May be a problem with the nested table depth.

    Colors and readability are fine. (really good)

    Navigation great

    I like the site map.

    Did you include a "refer this site to a friend"?

    Thank you

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    SitePoint Enthusiast sadhu's Avatar
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    To: lynlimz

    Is that it?

    did you like the site?
    What did you not like?

    How was the general feel of it.
    Navigation, colours, design, anything usefull

    Edited: Also, thanx to edshuck I will include a refer to friend link!

    Peace
    Last edited by sadhu; Feb 6, 2001 at 15:05.
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    The Hiding One lynlimz's Avatar
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    Oh yes, sorry, my review was half-completed.I feel that there are too much information on one page.what you could do is add some spacing between the edges of all the tables. that way, it'll give some room and reduce the clutterness.In my opinion, I would rmeove the background highlight from the links, but leave the hover effect alone.On the whole, this design is very practical. Its also easy to navigate.From first glance, I know what this site is about, and what it does etc. This is crucial to any company website and I must say you have done a good job on it. =)All the best for your website sadhu!

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    * For starters, I'm not sure I like the looks of the links having that lavendarish background. It certainly makes the links stand out, but it's just not hittin' me the right way.
    * I would put the time sensitive greeting somewhere that it's more likely to be read. I might not have even noticed it if it hadn't been for someone mentioning it in a review before mine. I'm not sure where it would be more likely to be read but not clash with the other content. Maybe it should just go bye-bye.
    * I don't think that grayish area under three-fifths of the navigation buttons looks right. It sort-a clashes. Now if it where set up so it looks like the buttons are hung on that background, or growing out of it, or part of it, somehow, it might look better. As is it seems like a pointless and contradictory addition.
    * I notice that when you hover over the nav buttons you get some extra information below them, excpet on the main page. There seems to be space for it, but it doesn't happen. It works fine on all the other pages I visited.
    * Not sure of the blends for the picture that sits to the right of the company's logo. Some pictures are sitting on top of one another, while others come to an abrupt edge and go the the next picture. And what's with the zebra butts below the lady? I'm guessing it's actually a couch she's sitting on, and it has a zebra stripe pattern, but on first glance... My suggestion for the pic is to place each picture in it's own place and have a border of, say 10 pixels, that blends with the picture(s) next to it.

    Sorry to sound so critical, but you wanted my opinion so you could make it better. The layout is fine, I'll say that for something positive.

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    Sorry for the multiple posts of the same thing. I got an error that I thought meant my post hadn't made it through, so I tried again. I've seen a few other multiple submissions, too. A bug in the new version of vBulletin?
    Ed Rands

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    PercipientThank you for your critical and thorough review.That is just how I like it.You pointed out a couple of errors that need fixing as well as providing insightfull opinion on other facts.You managed to make me cry.I would like to thank everyone else who has reviewed my site.Any more reviews would also be greatly appreciated.
    Rustam Punja, WebMaster/Content Developer
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