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  • # May 9, 2008 at 11:05 am

    Hey there,

    This forum is growing at a mental rate its brilliant

    saying that here is my issue:

    This is my recent site that i have built for a friend http://www.anthony-rockminster.com

    Under the workshops section i have two images that i have applied the javascript FancyZoom.js and there seems to be an issue with going infront of the flash video i have on the page, also the background image that acts as a shadow isn’t placed properly.

    Can anyone help me with this?

    I did try using the thickbox jquery script but it doesn’t seem to work inside another javascript

    Any help would be amazing,

    O and what you think of the site?

    Benn

    # May 12, 2008 at 7:43 am

    First of all it’s nice that you’ve tried to make it work smooth (as in not slow nor ticky). I can not help you with that JavaScript-problem, but I do have some issues with the design:

    Besides from that, have you tried using your website without JavaScript? Screen readers and text browsers will have a lot of trouble with that page. Even though people with text browsers and screen readers might not be the targeted audience, would it hurt to cut it up into different pages?

    Also, I’ve some trouble reading the text which is closest to the top, due to the dark background colour and black text. It would’ve been easier if you’d visually box in the text, meaning you’d use a 1-pixel sized half-transparent bkg to create better contrasts.

    What’s the thing about the footer?

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