SITE REVIEW: ALL WHEELS INC

  • Nova00
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Post 3+ Months Ago

hi guys and dolls
please feel free to review my scooter site up here in canada
while i know there are still some minor mistakes the layout and design are done.

http://www.allwheels.ca

thankx
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  • Johan007
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Its very messy but it fits the content ok :shock:
I would change fonts to some thing nice like Ariel, Verdana, Tahoma
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I'm not sure what Johan007 meant by "messy" but perhaps if I described it as looking more like a newspaper advertisement insert than a web site perhaps that might give you a feel for how it is viewed.

I also have to agree with the fonts. It appears that you created this with Dreamweaver, and although your style sheet specifies a lot of font attributes, nowhere is a font-family specified. As a result the font defaults to the browsers font which in my case is Times New Roman. I've never been a huge fan of Times New Roman on a web site.

I don't know - It's very easy to navigate and follow, but it just doesn't spark that interest that a website should. I can clearly see it's your intent to advertise the products, but that's exactly what it looks like is one big ad. Perhaps that's your intent. If so, you accomplished it.
  • cardesign
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Post 3+ Months Ago

It takes rather a long time to load and the text, colours and layout let it down really.
  • torbjorn
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Post 3+ Months Ago

The top picture links to the same page on the "specials" page, would be nice if each pic linked to its coresponding item below, using anchor tags.
Otherwise looks good. Go Leafs!
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Apart of the font thing, I would also want to resize the product images in your graphics package instead of in your HTML for two important reasons:

- Quality: an image resized in HTML always looks a bit distorted
- Bandwidth: the images are a waste of bandwidth (more expensive) and make the page load a lot slower!

one of the images I'm talking about is http://www.allwheels.ca/escooters.jpg

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