View Full Version : http://www.nyebe.co.uk - new design
10-20-2003, 06:38 AM
Hey guys, please review my site! I've redesigned it using some PHPNuke templates to match my PHPNuke powered portal! Thanks!
10-20-2003, 08:04 AM
I like it myself. But I'm not an expert on the subject. Everything seemed easy to get to. If I were into this I would have enjoyed it more. Sorry. Just wanted to look so I could let you know what I thought.
10-20-2003, 08:33 AM
I was going to say that if you use a fixed width table you should center it. But I looked at your code and the first tag you have after the body tag is a <tr>.
Lose the amazon logo from the top as it ruins the site layout.
10-20-2003, 10:12 PM
Hey thanks for the input.. i've centered my tables and deleted the amazon logo.. Hmmm... where would i put it now? Thanks Imadunce for the compliment..
10-21-2003, 12:27 PM
Site looks good but lose the cookies and popups if you don't really need them. Otherwise, pretty good site overall.
10-21-2003, 02:22 PM
Are you having to place that banner ad on the most precious real estate of any web page (the top) because your host demands it, or are you being paid inordinately well for having to sacrifice that space.
More valuable space is wasted when you include a welcoming blurb. You insult your visitor by suggesting that they should "feel free to...," and "it's our intention to..." do something or an other. They're not stupid. They can see what it is you're all about. What is this, a personal web site? There's nothing IMO that detracts more from the legitimacy of a site that a needless greeting and intention statement.
Designing a site that is "best viewed on IE 6 1024x760," can't, under any circumstances, be a good idea. What? You're purposely making it suitable for just one segment of the web surfing Nyebe fan base? Kinda cheeky of you, isn't it. "Here, come visit my site. It's best viewed using a computer with a monitor. You others can just bugger off."
10-21-2003, 04:14 PM
I have one comment to make... when you go to one of your other pages, and click on the Home link, rather than taking a visitor "back" it opens the home page in a new browser.. rather unnecessary, I would think.. now the visitor has multiple browsers to close... is there a specific reason you did it this way?
10-21-2003, 10:03 PM
Hey thanks for the input guys! You know, I'm having the hardest time distinguishing this site from a personal one to a commercial. But since I've started this one, it has became my passion! I know many of you share this one. As for the ads and stuff, I've removed the banner but I want to promote my site, so the trafficzap popup, against better judgement, will have to stay.. I'm not a professional webdesigner, but I'm willing to learn from the masters of the game.