SITE REVIEW: Anime and Gaming

  • Netmaster
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Post 3+ Months Ago

hey everyone, Ive made an anime and gaming site with a few of my buddies and I wanted to know what everyone thinks. heres the link:

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  • rainman
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Uhhh....
Look how it looks in Firebird (Mozilla) browser (Win): http://80.55.47.130/ozzu/anime.jpg.

Nice design, but it isnt lucid.
  • Inito
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Post 3+ Months Ago

what about giving the links another color than white, its not readable quite well at first look.

Also, i would advice a 1px black border around every news message post, keeps it a bit clean.

furthermore, i like the graphics design
  • Netmaster
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I dont know about Mozilla. the site was designed for IE 5+. I will see what I can do about that though. and the black line around the news posts and text color chance is a good idea. I just might do that. later
  • _Leo_
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Post 3+ Months Ago

What I think about interbrowser compatibility is:

1. It's too difficult to build a site that looks good in any browser.
2. A user coming to your site won't mind about the browser thing, he just won't like the site.

Too bad. May be the best thing to do is finding a balance point. Try making the site work in the most popular browsers. I have found CSS (Style Sheets) the best tool for that. Usually, things designed using classes work better in most browsers. In example, don't use the FONT tag, use a SPAN whit style or class attribute.

I found this missing image: http://vxt.55-host.com/vxtbutton2.jpg

I like the design anyway.
  • jesselong
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I must disagree with the first point there. Inter-browser compatability is the essence of the web. Free, unhindered data transfer without limitations and all. Personally, I dont find it too hard to write websites (like mine) that work in all browsers. Just use standards as far as you can, and (in my case) if the defacto standard includes it (defacto being 80%+ browsers) then use it, and the other browsers can do without that feature. My site was designed for any browser, with advanced features for browsers that can handle them.[/url]
  • rDolay
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Will you think to take the second page to the main page?
I think the first page is needles and the menus are too small according its layouts. Others are ok.
  • mmelen
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Post 3+ Months Ago

In my opinion the site looks good but a little crowded whats you go into some sub catagories. It also doesn't look to good on higher resolutions.
  • TheNotoriousMogg
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I like it but the graphics you have are a little ruff on the eyes, also your forum links did not work.
  • ssw0420
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Hello, a beautiful site if seen well from a right browser.

firstly, yes, the first page is really unneccesary.
secondly, too ruff on the eyes in the first time surfers view
thirdly, a bit crowded with menus and I think you should
put associates' tiny banners on the bottom or put em as
just simple text links (people are more likely to click on
tiny text links with little description..:)*marketing*)

Also, fonts are TOOO tiny, it hurts my eyes even when I
had lasik surgery!

Bottom line, your site is beautifully designed.. however,
if you are thinking of capturing traffics.. you should develop
into a simpler design that won't hurt surfers' eyes and let
em find informations easily.

I would've just left after I go "mm, nice site, too complicate
for me...!"

Also I see a pop up add after 30-40 seconds of loading time.
is it from yours? just wondering.

Anyway GOOD luck friend:)
  • Purple Haze
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Ok only a short review here, because i think pretty much most has been discussed.
The entry page does need to be ditched, i wasn't quite sure what i was supposed to press to be honest.
The potential for this is big, just needs a tune up i think.

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