I might go without the border. Also, links open in a new window but you then have a link that leads that new window back home again, that's confusing. Either put a link that closes the window, or dont open each link in a new window. My 2 cents.
Okay I took off the border...have to figure how to work it so it doesnt open in a new window...brain not clear yet...Balou I changed the blobs in the back to a lighter color, dont want to quite loose them yet, I am hoping this color will make the images stand out more as opposed to taking away.....or do you think it is still too much?
Hmm, now they're not opening in a new window. perhaps I dragged the mouse slightly when clicking before, that'll open in a new tab in my browser. Anyway it's MUCH better without the border. Far more striking! I like it!
that is why you had me so confused...So it wasnt a brain lasp...I kept saying what new window!!! ha ha ha....now the darn pic is so big and every time I try to resize it Pixel Demons are emerging...glad it looks better must get it smaller....
hey senjula, it's looking nice! The only suggestion I have for you is that the font you've chosen for your title may not be available on many machines. A quick peek at your source and this for example:
These fonts fall outside what we call "web-safe fonts" -- the user MUST have them installed on their machines to interpret them correctly. You would be better off creating a graphic. If the user doesn't have any of those fonts, it will show the default which is most likely Times New Roman.
Last edited by EC; 05-29-2006, 04:57 PM.
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