SITE REVIEW: SA Opera

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A site i did a few months ago, just keen to get some feedback on how it could have been more css efficient and search engine/accessibility friendly? i dont manage anymore so there may be a few content inconsistencies ;-) opps - I also had a junior put together the flash.

http://www.saopera.sa.gov.au/

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Despite being mostly graphics, it loaded quickly and it's very nice to look at, informative and simple.

I see nothing wrong with it. The CSS validates and it's well-done. I like how there are no style tags in the body; that everything relies on the outside CSS file.
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thanx, it is the first site that i have tried to do most of the styling in the css, im sure it could be done alot better though.
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DR01D wrote:
thanx, it is the first site that i have tried to do most of the styling in the css, im sure it could be done alot better though.

That's always the case when it comes to website optimization. :lol: Make it fast, wait a while, and then make it faster! Good luck. It's excellent that you're relying on css to get the job done.
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yeah getting there ;-) i have a friend that builds his sites virtually all through the css - menus, layouts everything. but as with all things, practice makes perfect ;)
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DR01D wrote:
I also had a junior put together the flash.


Just out of interest - how much did u pay the junior?

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very basic flash so an inhouse junior did it.
i could have done it, but you gotta give the newbies a go ;-)

however, we had contractors available that would charge around $50AUD per hour

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