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    Tim Brumitt Photography

    This is a website i am creating for a photographer. He wanted nothing more than a spot for a gallery, his resume, and contact information.

    I was wondering if i could get some feedback.

    Also, how much should something like this cost? a general idea....?

  • #2
    Looks like a template with his logo placed on it.. and you dont have any images on there, so how can you ask for feedback. If you want a nice and easy way to display images, you should use cssplay. That website is full of great snippets of code - especially all CSS web galleries. Personally, i wouldn't charge for that website. Not as it is now. Who knows, maybe you can pull something great out of it.. but as it is now.. no go. something you can continue to work on to add to your portfolio if you want.. in my opinion.


    • #3
      too many scroll bars for my liking - Izzardbrand is right - it looks very template like


      • #4
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        • #5
          Well, i dont have any images up because he has yet to give me images to place into his gallery.
          It could be considered a template, but i've made it from bottom up, except for the java.

          Jam: What resolution are you viewing this at? I have no scroll bars, and have tried to set it up for 1024x760.


          • #6
            1024 x 760 sounds an odd size - my resolution is set at 1600 x 1200 but even at full screen it still has scrolls bars on the gallery and the gallery page. Are you using frames?
            By the way this is an work computer currently running IE6






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