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    COWBOY UP EllisStudios's Avatar
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    Is it nicer?

    http://www.crinkler.com/MANCO1/713E.htm My version, http://www.mancoprod.com/Products/fu...nsion/713e.htm Current version

    Whos is better? Its a small client just need some feedback before I wrap it up.
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    The header looks terrible as it does not have a fixed size ( see attached file ). Im on Mac IE 5.0 Flash Player 7 .

    I think you would improve the page by just having the html content change and not the entire site when clicking the buttons.

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    Originally posted by pellepiano
    The header looks terrible as it does not have a fixed size ( see attached file ). Im on Mac IE 5.0 Flash Player 7 .

    I think you would improve the page by just having the html content change and not the entire site when clicking the buttons.
    i think the one you are critiquing is the OLD one.. his is the first link...


    as for the site, change mouse over/click state in the flash nav... it's not natural and feels awkward, when the main nav doesnt do anything when mouseover-ed and the sub menu only appears when clicked... for example, when i put mouse pointer over the product button, i expect to see cart/atv/scooter below it, and be able to click one of them to be taken to product/detail page, OR
    click the product button to go to products overview page (or skip product overview page if it's extra work without more $$ going your way)

    people have come to associate buttons (in the browsers) to be hyperlinked and expect them to take the users to corresponding file when clicked... dont re-invent the wheel, it just confuses the hell out of the them, there's no way they are going to change their browsing habit just for one site, anyway.

    that is all.

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    Senior Member pellepiano's Avatar
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    Sorry I commented the wrong one.

    I agree with MAC01 and I think the html part is a lot clearer on the old one ( more space between the lines ).

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    thanks for the feedback, yeah have to finish the menu today. Trying to stay under 10kb on it it. Currently all the links arent up and the forms done have a nice style sheet yet. Also will be flashing the site up such as the header.

    The site is under $4k so it isnt going to be anything insane. Have 5 figure projectst that are coming first so if any thing isnt exactly wow factor ignore it please. Judge only on if its cleaner or not.

    Alright heres the feedback I got so far (correct me if I am wrong)

    Make sure people know the menu is a menu, add rollovers.
    Correct spacing not so close together.
    Last edited by EllisStudios; 06-20-2004 at 10:00 AM.
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    Oh God yes that's a definate improvement. The old version hurt my eyes!

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