SITE REVIEW: How To Make A Website

  • kaoskorruption
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Hey nice site, newbies will sure find it helpful.

2 suggestions:

1. Add some pictures (in addition to the screenshots) to make it more interesting.

2. Make it look slightly more professional, such as by not having the index be a tutorial, but rather an index, and you could also format the wording to look more "paragraph style."

But those are just two very minor details. It's great!
  • lajocar
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Post 3+ Months Ago

kaoskorruption wrote:
Hey nice site, newbies will sure find it helpful.

2 suggestions:

1. Add some pictures (in addition to the screenshots) to make it more interesting.

2. Make it look slightly more professional, such as by not having the index be a tutorial, but rather an index, and you could also format the wording to look more "paragraph style."

But those are just two very minor details. It's great!


Thanks for the tips kaoskorruption,

This is a work in progress. I will improve.

:)
  • cancerhelps
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Wow, good idea. This website helps me so much to improve my site :)
  • lajocar
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Post 3+ Months Ago

cancerhelps wrote:
Wow, good idea. This website helps me so much to improve my site :)


I'm glad that you like it.

I'm now busy adding video tutorials of how to make a website.

:)
  • netcash
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Post 3+ Months Ago

lajocar wrote:
Hi there,

I have recently created the following website:
http://www.how-2-make-a-website.com

I would apreciate any positive or negative comments to help improve the site.

Thanks
Lawrence


This website have really been of great help me .keep it up
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Post 3+ Months Ago

netcash wrote:
lajocar wrote:
Hi there,

I have recently created the following website:
http://www.how-2-make-a-website.com

I would apreciate any positive or negative comments to help improve the site.

Thanks
Lawrence


This website have really been of great help me .keep it up


Thanks netcash,

I will keep on improving it by adding more tutorials and videos
  • lajocar
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Just updated my website.

Any feedback will be appreciated
  • zaiah
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I feel like a bad guy saying this, but I don't like it. It's an excellent idea, but the site is very dated. And it looks very dated. And you used tables. I think this would be a better idea of if you were using some modern technology for the code, navigation and so forth. And the template you used looks like one of the ones that comes with Dreamweaver 8. Not trying to offend you. But I keep seeing sites similar to this and I have to ask myself how much are you really helping people if the sites they are building are going to be behind the times? The entire site is a little too busy for me. Someone said that it was too Web 2.0ish. Which I think was totally off base. The site really doesn't capture any of the Web 2.0 characteristics. I think anyone new to web design and code should check these out:
http://www.sitepoint.com/article/html-c ... ners-guide
http://www.htmldog.com/guides/cssbeginner/
http://www.davesite.com/webstation/css/
http://www.subcide.com/tutorials/csslayout/
http://webdesignfromscratch.com/
http://alistapart.com/
http://cssglobe.com/

These are just a few very useful sites that address design style, code and offer some new cutting edge techniques that the masters are using. But broken down into plain English. And if you look at the sites, they are clean and well organized. I think your site could use some work and more planning. And I think it also could use something to set it apart from all the other sites similar to it. Good luck.
  • lajocar
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Thanks zaiah for your opinion. I appreciate it.

:)
  • michaelt
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I like the overall Design. I myself am new at web design and have very little training. I find a lot of your tips and tutorials useful. The only thing is I like many people would visit your site more if it had more free stuff I think you should also look into adding free flash content and animation programs.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

michaelt wrote:
I like the overall Design. I myself am new at web design and have very little training. I find a lot of your tips and tutorials useful. The only thing is I like many people would visit your site more if it had more free stuff I think you should also look into adding free flash content and animation programs.


Thanx michael,

That's a good idea your quote "if it had more free stuff I think you should also look into adding free flash content and animation programs"
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I like it, first impresson was nice, I want to continie work with....
  • kaduna
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Nice clean site. try and fill out the space on the right so that you can have a complete look to the site.
  • lajocar
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Thanks for the feedback guys.

I have improved the site :)

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