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Site Name: Kcmartz's SiteSite Description: A Site I built in my spare time and a little bit during school. It is only about 3/4 a month old.Site Owner/Developer: kcmartz (the name my dad gave me) [pos

Site Name: Location FinderSite Description: a geolocation page for mobile devicesSite Owner/Developer: meSite Address: http://www.stlnetwork.net/geomap/park.htmlExtra Comments: When the page is loaded

dont you feel good when your website passes through the validator and the next page loads with a big green banner saying This page is valid

Now that you mention it, yeah :) The css validator took a bit of getting used to, it was a pain in the backside to start of with. :)
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Site Name: Deep CodingSite Description: portfolioSite Owner/Developer: MeSite Address: none yetExtra Comments: will include a gallery of all the sites I've done and tutorials on php, css, html, asp, cf, mysql....What do you guys think of this design? I personaly love spacy sites!Deep Coding

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Name: Saxophone homeOwner: meDeveloper: mepurpose: Learn to make sites and learn about the sax and share that knowledge with people. I love playing a sax.Where I'm going with this: I'll add some new pages. Somwthing about the bands I play in. Mybe even a sax blog. Extra comments: I'll accept any comments. I know the images are a bit much. I think I will fill the space with somthing else.

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Name: Saxophone HomeOwner: meDeveloper: mepurpose: Learn to make sites and learn about the sax and share that knowledge with people. I love playing a sax.Where I'm going with this: I'll add some new pages. Somwthing about the bands I play in. Mybe even a sax blog. Extra comments: I'll accept any comments. I know the images are a bit much. I think I will fill the space with somthing else.

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One suggestion, dont use yellow in excess, its a bright colour and should be used in moderation to accent certain areas. The use of it as a background for content will drive your visitors away
Site Name: Bhura TeaSite Description: Online ShopSite Owner-Developer/Designer: Oscommerce/MeSite Address: bhuratea.comExtra Comments: I am waiting to hear from you.
I realy like the layout and the general look of the site, it appears to be a very pro-level job. You should note that your flash animation overlaps your navigation drop downs.
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You should note that your flash animation overlaps your navigation drop downs.

well, but it should not do that now, i had the flash movie a little more up than it's now, but when i say my menu being overlapped by the animation, i decided to push the movie down, now it appears to be alright in IE, i dont see the animation to overlap the drop downs. whch one's your browser?
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Site Name: DeepCodingSite Description: PortfolioSite Owner/Developer: meSite Address: none yetExtra Comments: Will be my personal portfolio and should be online as soon as done with content.What you think?

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have you got it live yet?

This is a different site than the codingtuts one. This one will be my portfolio but sexier and better coded.Should be only once content done... within a month I would say. Planning to use a bit of php for comments and stuff.
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This is a different site than the codingtuts one. This one will be my portfolio but sexier and better coded.

I have yet to see a sexy website... :)
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i use paint for all my image editting needs, resizing, editing and everything , so you will see all my images to be a bit scratchy.

Why not use Photoshop, Fireworks or something more advanced than paint?
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You could try Microsoft .Net Framework 2.0combined withPaint.netAlltogether it should be 53Mb's or something, and it's a quite useful program, with options to make transparent images, semi-transparent png's etc. :)

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ok, i am downloading gimp now. in the mean time, does someone here have photoshop, as i said earlier i have the file but not the software, i will be very glad if someone could help me, all you need to do is open the file edit the text and export. thanks for any help you(anyone) can offer

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