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    Former Staff Member silver trophy Adam P.'s Avatar
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    I changed the index page like you said, petesmc

    Hope you like the new one.

    I spent some more time on it. I also changed the space btwn. the text and bottom image.
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    Looking Good!

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    Former Staff Member silver trophy Adam P.'s Avatar
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    just typin' somethin' so my thread moves back up the chart :-)

    Please review, i'm in need!
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    You should consider some rollover effects, but graphicly it looks great. I have a question about personal sites - Adam, dont take this the wrong way (it goes for all personal sites) why would you want to know all about other people, I hate to say it but publishing your life on the net and expecing people to care, is a long shot.

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    Former Staff Member silver trophy Adam P.'s Avatar
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    It's not so much doing for people to see. My friends check it out and think it's cool. It's more just practice of making web sites for me. Just experimenting with stuff. I'm not trying to have strangers visit, it's more just trying to get some experience.
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    swimm5001

    Your website looks good(especially for your age ;-)....the logos u've designed...well...friend...i guess u better go for a top level domain name....the URL you have now is pretty long, and does no good... The main page is too jazzy(i don't know how u'll take it)...I liked the other site more...The alyse's page one)

    Drawback : It won't get repeat hits....


    http://www.seeknext.com

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    Hi Adam

    Have to say your site is excellent. For somebody of your age this is an excellent achievement. The graphics are creative and very colourful. As far as advice goes, I would tend to suggest not getting to bogged down on major techy concerns for the moment and keep experimenting with design and the packages you are using. You can always get into the scripting (CSS, JavaScipt etc.) later on.

    Keep up the good work.

    Michael

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    It looks like you are advancing well, and using some great techniques of web design. You used exciting colors without getting too flashy. It looks like you have the "retro" effect of web design down.

    There are just a few picky things that you might to consider.
    .:1:. Make a page with pictures, because your friends and people interested in you want to see you.
    .:2:. Your JavaScript image rollovers are very long, and as a plug for my website, I would suggest you use the Image Rollover Wizard at J-scripts.com to make them less complex and load quicker.
    .:3:. Finally, the bottom bar seems kind of useless to me. I would use that image to put some sort of copyright information, last-updated information, or links.

    It looks like you are definately on the right track. When I was your age two years ago, I was making very ugly sites. I'm not even going to give you an example, because I am so ashamed. But hey, I was only 14.

    Good luck!
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    pretty darn decent site for a 14 year old....not to say that kids can't do good work..in fact more and more are doing so, but I think the layout is very well done. PErsonally, I love the graphic, but I think you should put something other than "Adam's Page" all over your site. Put something descriptive of your site. Use adjectives. Paint a mental picture with words of what you WANT people to see in your site. I think Rollover's would be a good idea. Something to make the site dynamic. I don't know too much about alot of animation like you were thinking but some dynamic changes would be nice. I do like the font you haave used to create your menu items. Seems to fit the general feel. Way to build for a smaller viewing size. I gie you 4 kudos out of 5.

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    Former Staff Member silver trophy Adam P.'s Avatar
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    Thanks for all the reviews!

    It really gives me a lot more confidence with my web designing.
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    I like the use of orange and green. Your friends page is cool, givin some props to everyone is a nice touch. The use of various font sizes is definately a plus, I've always liked that effect.

    It was a little confusing when first getting to the site on the Enter page. You had my friends there but the whole images was linked to the about me page. Also, the bottom of each page has an image that resembles a nav bar but is not.

    Keep up the good work!
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    Former Staff Member silver trophy Adam P.'s Avatar
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    Originally posted by maadmac
    It was a little confusing when first getting to the site on the Enter page. You had my friends there but the whole images was linked to the about me page.
    On the enter page it has the b/g with all of the "adam's page"s but there's also 1 each of "my friends", "fav links", "email me", and "about me".

    It's like the topics of "adam's page"

    I was being creative!
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