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My first proper website

  • # October 31, 2008 at 7:55 pm

    I have recently been learning HTML in my college course and have coded my first website.

    I coded it all from scratch with the help of a few little snippets that I’ve found on here (how to get curved edges on my div)

    I was wondering whether you would be willing to have a look at it and give me some feedback on the design, aesthetics, ease of use etc.

    http://www.macbook4u.co.uk

    Thanks

    Constructive criticism is welcomed.

    # October 31, 2008 at 10:20 pm

    1) the rounded corner images are all the wrong colour, and do not match the background colour.

    2) i would say the font is too big on paragraph elements. you can get far more information into a smaller area, and make it more readable it it were smaller. Keep big text for headers or important information.

    3) your code shows tags such as <p1> <p2> and <p3>. these are not valid html tags. if you want to differentiate <p> elements, give each one an id or class. i.e

    Code:

    etc…

    # November 11, 2008 at 7:24 pm

    I’m back and I have cleaned up my site and the coding.

    I realise that the corners are still not perfect but it’s as good as I can get due to the gradient background and the height adjusting automatically to fit the content.

    I’ve also added a new site banner which I feel makes the site look a little more professional.

    I’d like some more opinions from people if possible please?

    Thanks

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