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    Senior Member ChowChi-Ching's Avatar
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    Updated site.....How'd I do?

    Not sure if this is the right place to post this....

    I am not a webmaster by any means, I don't really care for flash, and I wanted a basic simple site that was easy to use, somewhat classy, and very functional. After being told that my site was outdated and pretty much sucked by members on another site, I decided to try and make it better....

    What do you think of my site?

    www.katzphotography.net
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    Learning more with every "click" mjs1973's Avatar
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    Re: Updated site.....How'd I do?

    I think it looks pretty good. It reminds me that I need to redo my site in a bad way.

    A few things I notices. At the bottom of your home page, all I see is the Copyright symbol. When I click and drag across the bottom of the page, I see there is also text there. It looks like it is black text on a black background so it's not visible.

    When I go to your Links page, I loose the links on the left side. They links are still there, but they appear to be black text on a black background again.

    I also find the white text to be a bit small.

    I'm viewing your site on a Mac using Safari if that makes a difference.
    Last edited by mjs1973; 08-05-2008 at 05:57 AM.
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