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    Smile Please have a look

    I have just finished putting one of my (Illustrator) designs into HTML+CSS.
    This project is fresh from the oven (template prototype really with empty or semi-functional placeholders)
    Still best viewed in Firefox, I'm aware of the IE png transparency bug, I'll fix it after my client gives me a sign-off and some live the content, then I'll finalise graphics.
    At this stage i'd like to clean up/streamline the HTML and CSS.

    I'm comfortable with design, my worry is about CODE (third website). Please advise where did I go wrong.
    HTML is www.scroogedunnit.co.uk/corrado/index.html
    CSS is www.scroogedunnit.co.uk/corrado/css/oval.css

    ThankYou for any/all constructive comments
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    Site and design looks very nice. The only thing I can notice is the email and contact details which are coming on the top of the page. Can you put it somewhere on the page where it can get more visibility. Since the spacing between all are not good.

    Thanks.

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    Hi Scrooge

    I use IE and this is what problems I have experienced:

    1. The menu link does not appear to be evenly aligned. You services button is uneven.

    2. The yellow is not very clear on the link menu.

    Else the site look good.

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    Code related:

    You don't need to re-write "impact, sans serif" on every element. Just place it in the body, then adjust the size per element. If all your paragraphs are using the same font, then simply do p {font-family:whatever;}

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    XLent remark XLCowBoy - Thanks



    I'll do that - anthing else?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scrooge View Post
    XLent remark XLCowBoy - Thanks



    I'll do that - anthing else?
    Well, if you ask me, the middle area where the gradient flows from dark to light blue sort of screws up your white and yellow fonts. Maybe you should adjust it so that the dark blue extends a bit further, so that your font colors aren't washed out.

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    u need yellow text on hover image, not blue...

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    Nice site so far, but I agree with the above - I'd make the dark blue extend down about even with the "registered user login" box.

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    I think the weakest point in the layout is the top portion of the header with that unformatted line of information (telephone / address / hours). I'd format it better, and remove the big margin between that info and the navigation beneath it.
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    Wink the top portion of the header

    Yes, I know about the top part -
    - it's supposed to be a secondary response device present on every page because some users come to the site just to get this information;
    - for now, it's just a mock-up for the client, the primary response device will be under the sub-menu [FIND US];
    - it will change to <a>skip to content and the opening hours will be simplified;
    Thanx for this tip
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