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  1. #81
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    Thanks for the input.
    the transparent face is already done (Now that i know how to make it transparent).
    as for consistency im not sure what you mean DocRee
    if you mean the 2 pages that aren't done thien yes
    Im working on it.

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    I noticed that on the toons/gallery pages, there were no back buttons to return home. Other than that, it is a nice concept.
    Any programming language is at its best before it is implemented and used.

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    Hey all,
    AS you can see im brand new here, could you have alook at my site,

    www.wellingonline.co.uk

    I would love for some pointers and any designs defects of my site at the momment. And recommendations for what i can do to it would be great thanks

    James

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    Hi JamesU2. Nice easy to read page. The only thing i'd suggest is to edit the HTML file and change all width references to 100% instead of 1024px,, that way the page will scale to any screen resolution, most people are on 1024 but a lot of people still use 800X600, especially people with sight problems and it really is a pain to have to scroll sideways. The only other comment is to change the spelling of "Bare" to "Bear" in "bear with me,, "bare with me" sounds like an invite to a streakers club lol. Cheers
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    I could find nothing wrong and I assume the buttons do not work yet. But since we are on the bare thing, You could have a link to some bare women. (just kidding).
    Any programming language is at its best before it is implemented and used.

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    James,

    Was that table made on a bad copy machine? The text color is bleeding all around the text; gives your site a sloppy look. Consider redoing the table directly in your HTML doc, or do it in another program and cut-and-paste.

    techuser

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    I updated my KM site.
    It's very basic. Just let me know what you think of it.
    www.geboortegrond.nl/km

    Wilbert

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    Originally posted by w.brants
    I updated my KM site.
    It's very basic. Just let me know what you think of it.
    www.geboortegrond.nl/km

    Wilbert
    Looks great Mr. Brants! The "contact me" kinda throughs it off though, since the rest of your site looks so clean. I like the idea though, maybe if the writing looked a little cleaner I think it would go great.

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    Loaded real fast and the images were crisp. I have enjoyed your tuts in the past.
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    Kool Moves site check(s)

    I have a few sites that I used Kool Moves to make. They are being updated as you read this and should be completed by the end of the month.


    http://www.southerncustomspaint.com

    and

    http://www.choppster.com

    I also used Kool Moves on my family home page

    http://www.odaniell.com

    the welcome/splash page is Kool Moves, and if you enter site 1, I used it on the menu with the floating bubbles. If you enter site 2 and surf around, I used it in the music room on the second floor, and several other places.

    If you do go to site 1, a pop-up window will appear after you've viewed the site with a bunch of heads on it that you can make sing.

    I got all of the files to do those things off the kool moves support and freebie sites, and would like to thank those people who created the originals.

    My biggest problem is getting small enough music files to stream instead of using .wav files on the page loads. There isn't enough Kool Moves info to help teach me this stuff. These are the first sites that I've ever built and I am using Front Page.

    I am open to all help and suggestions.


    Thanks

    RickyO

    http://www.southerncustomspaint.com
    http://www.choppster.com
    http://www.odaniell.com
    Last edited by rickyo; 07-30-2004 at 06:56 AM.

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    Soccer site intro

    Have posted this on the main menu but didn't see this Site Check thread. Anyway, first try with basic free version:

    http://www.san.steve.btinternet.co.uk/home.html

    Koolitman

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    Re: Kool Moves site check(s)

    Originally posted by rickyo




    My biggest problem is getting small enough music files to stream instead of using .wav files on the page loads.

    RickyO
    try http://www.cdex.n3.net/


    figure out the software yourself because I am sick right now from surgery. I can take songs and make them sream like online radio stations. I even have examples.
    Any programming language is at its best before it is implemented and used.

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    Re: Kool Moves site check(s)

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    Originally posted by rickyo




    My biggest problem is getting small enough music files to stream instead of using .wav files on the page loads.

    RickyO
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    try http://www.cdex.n3.net/


    figure out the software yourself because I am sick right now from surgery. I can take songs and make them sream like online radio stations. I even have examples.


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    1024*768 res 2.53Ghz mHZ 56K


    Thanks tmoore for the link. I'll give it a try....

    RickyO

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    p.s.

    Hope you feel better and have a quick recovery.

    RickyO

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    Originally posted by rickyo
    p.s.

    Hope you feel better and have a quick recovery.

    RickyO
    Thank you, it was actually no big deal at all. (But I did like all the nurses fussing over me and...)
    Any programming language is at its best before it is implemented and used.

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    dxh-studios v3 is now up, fully designed with km 4.4.4, check it out!

    www.dxh-studios.com
    drew-\\dxh-studios.com\\

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    About your site....

    Hey Drew - looks good and loads well over cable. Just curious? Hows it loading over 56K? I don't have dial up so I can never test these things.

    I'll look forward to when it's done (portfolio) and will keep checking it.

    Rick

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    Originally posted by drew_hytt
    dxh-studios v3 is now up, fully designed with km 4.4.4, check it out!

    www.dxh-studios.com
    Looks great, nice job!

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    Originally posted by rickyo
    Hey Drew - looks good and loads well over cable. Just curious? Hows it loading over 56K? I don't have dial up so I can never test these things.

    I'll look forward to when it's done (portfolio) and will keep checking it.

    Rick

    oh well thx, I’ve tried it on many computers with many connections, like 56k, Dsl, Cable t1 and t3, and for a 56ker load times can be up to about 2 minutes, lol. Not a site for those 56kers out there. But thank you for having interest in the new dxh v3 interface.
    Last edited by drew_hytt; 08-14-2004 at 08:05 PM.
    drew-\\dxh-studios.com\\

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    Originally posted by FLASHPULSE
    Looks great, nice job!

    Thanks,
    drew-\\dxh-studios.com\\

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