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I wouldn't pay for any site since I make my own, so I can't honestly answer your question, but the design is good. Visually it's not bad. I have a problem with the loading time of the images. You should shrink them down in an image editor since you're not displaying them at full size anyways. If people want to see the full image you can link to it from the smaller version. As for coding, I'd suggest removing some of the <img> elements used for layout in favor of CSS background images. The only good place to use an <img> element if if you actually want to show an image to the user and not just make the page look pretty.

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you can remove the border around the image links, by adding a border="0" on the img tag, and no i would not pay for it, its nice but its not my style, also your buttons are broken for the facebook and so on, what you can do is link it manually, like say on your host you have the image file in another folder then you do src="theotherfolder/images/facebook.png/w.e it is" alt="" border="0" /> but its a nice simple site

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I'm always asking myself "What do they want me to do?" and "What am I going to get in return?". How does your site answer those questions?

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I'm always asking myself "What do they want me to do?" and "What am I going to get in return?". How does your site answer those questions?
:glare: he wants to know if you would pay for it, why you always going away from the topic?
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If you where a buisness looking to invest in a new simple website for just a few houndred pounds. Would the design that I have linked be money well spent - whether you like it or not, do you think it looks professional and a typical website you would expect somebody to have paid for? Also thanks DDs1 and ingolme for the tips - I'm always looking to expand my knowledge. The website is a content management system, the IMG tags are used in posts that are updated via the back end system.

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oh thats sup, so you have your own cms or your just doing it manually by php? and i get my ideas of how to go about making professional websites from cssfreetemplates, thats where i was able to learn how to make better websites and a lot of errors and toturials lol

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Are you through with this site? If yes, i would not pay for it, as it is, because i make sites too (just like ingolme said), but also note that so may people will pay as it is, because they dont know how to make one.

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Are you through with this site? If yes, i would not pay for it, as it is, because i make sites too (just like ingolme said), but also note that so may people will pay as it is, because they dont know how to make one.
Thanks for the response, I guess what I meant to say was if you didn't make website, would you pay for it?
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:glare: he wants to know if you would pay for it, why you always going away from the topic?
Value is never off topic. User value is the difference between price and user benefit (if any). Company value is the difference between cost and price. Price is simply some point between cost and user benefit. All talk about price will [ultimately] be misleading without establishing cost and benefit limits and where price falls between those limits in specific situations. EDIT: If you don't mind project work, then simply charge what the market will bear. Edited by niche
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Value is never off topic. User value is the difference between price and user benefit (if any). Company value is the difference between cost and price. Price is simply some point between cost and user benefit. All talk about price will [ultimately] be misleading without establishing cost and benefit limits and where price falls between those limits in specific situations. EDIT: If you don't mind project work, then simply charge what the market will bear.
i understand value is never off topic, but sometimes its better to answer the question first then add the value and i wouldnt pay for the site, even if i didnt know how to make one, i would more look for something catchy
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And sometimes not. It's always best to let people down easy unless their house is on fire. It's like Jimmy Stewart said in the movie Harvey:

Years ago my mother used to say to me, she'd say, "In this world, Elwood, you must be" – she always called me Elwood – "In this world, Elwood, you must be oh so smart or oh so pleasant." Well, for years I was smart. I recommend pleasant. You may quote me.—Jimmy Stewart as Elwood P. Dowd
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