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#1 Fulgencio Martinez

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Posted 23 April 2007 - 06:17 AM

Hi,
I have my first website.
I made it myself without any previous knowledge about html or anything.
Please tell me your thoughts
Thanks
Fulgen


www.fulgenciomartinez.com
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#2 Dan Goldberg

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Posted 23 April 2007 - 11:34 AM

I like it. I like the simplicity, the easy browsing. Very nice, stylish.

I am not sure about the text or the look of the links. With your stylish, sleek look, a think a more sleek font should be used. Just my opinion though.

Great job!

Dan Goldberg..
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#3 Fulgencio Martinez

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Posted 25 April 2007 - 06:41 PM

thank you Dan
Anyone else?
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#4 Josh Brokenbourgh

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Posted 04 May 2007 - 12:56 PM

You should pop the links out of the image just a little bit. Since every step of the site is an image map it loads like it's an image (from top to bottom), which can lead the user to believe that's all it is.

Also try making the image resize to accommodate to the users setup (screen resolution, browser, etc):

http://www.siteexper.../ts21/page1.asp

One more note. The way it's designed, it may also be mistaken for a flash site. You may consider designing it in flash, which has many different navigation options with quick loading, dynamic resizing per browser/screen. It also allows for embedding movies on top with controls.

Flash can get heady and time consuming to learn, but once you have it down it opens your web page up quite a bit. It's not worth it if it's easy right? :)

Lemme know how things work out.
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