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06-23-2006, 07:59 AM
I rewrote my website this spring to have the kind of extensibility that I've felt I needed for a long time. The functionality is there, although I think my HTML could use some smartening up. The problem is that it's OK. It's not great, not "all that", and I don't know how to get it there. If you do then please drop me a line, show me some sites that you have done and tell me how much it would cost. I think it's a nudging kind of thing, maybe some graphic widgets and a bit of HTML savvy, and not an overhaul. The site is www.RustyAxe.com
06-24-2006, 02:31 AM
hey lennard, I gotta say, your site does look pretty cool, that's impressive if you did it all yourself.
If you're just looking for neat ideas, try these links:
this site is pretty neat, it lets you type in html/css junk and it'll show you what it looks like:
but fair warning, I don't think a lot of the really cool effects work in IE, and they might all break with IE7 even if they do work :(
well, hope that stuff helps, otherwise, good luck on your search for a web dev.
06-27-2006, 07:41 PM
Thanks, it's useable anyhow. I think I found my contractor tonight, I'll be sending notes to everyone who responded offline as soon as I'm sure.
06-29-2006, 05:01 PM
I think the different elements on the pages lack a link between them. For example, the images on the right side seem to 'float' over the background. I would add a frame or some element that links the images to the central body. And the title box smaller than the box below makes me think in a tombstone.
You might start trying to group with another frame the central and right columns, using a different background, and see the effect. I think that way the assymetry of left column, shorter than the other two, would be nice.
Also, I think the news should be on a subsection and not on the main page. Put some graphics of your games there. That's the first thing most visitors would see.
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