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Thread: Arrange Graphics--- better way?
Jul 25, 2008, 13:18 #1
Arrange Graphics--- better way?
Check out how I arranged my example images for my CAD consulting firm.. This is VERY crude and there must be a better way!
Here's the page
Last edited by r937; Jul 27, 2008 at 02:11.
Jul 25, 2008, 13:58 #2
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Do you need so many on the page (page totals 27 image requests)? Maybe you could break the page up into subcategory pages, or only keep a few representative sample images. Do they need to be full-size/weight (total image weight 1.02MB)? Maybe thumbnails linking to the full images (with or without a "gallery" script) would be OK.10 Rules for Driving Traffic Using Forums | Ultimate SEO Checklist
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Jul 25, 2008, 13:58 #3
yeah its a really heavy page thats some of the reason I want to change it.... I like the category idea! thank you!
Jul 26, 2008, 11:11 #4
i'm not a fan of the animation that follows the cursor. i would highly recommend using thumbnails if you're only going to have images so you have less scrolling. i also like "lightbox" which is a java script that pops up instead of taking you to another page. a better way would be to describe each image with text and then putting a thumbnail right beside it. also it's heavy on advertisements which seems a bit unprofessional especially with the adsense that follows you down as you scroll down the page.
Jul 27, 2008, 19:51 #5
I think thumbs would work out as well. Check out these for the facebox
Also not a big fan about the stuff following the mouser. Also maybe consider moving your ads beside your images so you can shrink the page height? Just my 2 cents.