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  • Kerry1978
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Hi Everyone,

I am somewhat new to this, but am hoping for some feedback on my first attempt at a website...

I started in late February and this is what of got to date: http://www.quotesinsight.com

Please note that I started with no css and have slowly been updating pages, therefore you may come across some of the older ones.

Let me know what you think, any tips and tricks would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks in advance,
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  • ernest1a
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I like your site. It has clear message and very focused. I am kind of "fan" of viral marketing :) so I would advice you one thing:
Put near every quote and into index site a message:
Don't know which quote to choose? Invite friends and they will help you.
Message to your friends (Write what kind of quotes do you need):

E-mails
Send

Just simple as that, it can make some viral effect.
  • Bogey
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Post 3+ Months Ago

You started this in February? When did you learn HTML? I should say, its good for the first website. I like it.

The problem is that if you go to http://validator.w3.org and type in your site there, you will see a lot of validation errors (Around 125). I suggest you fix them.

There are a few pages that are not centered like the main page is. You would want to fix that as well.

The menu hovers are a little hard to read although I'm sure that doesn't matter as the user reads before the user hovers and clicks.

Good luck with your site :)
  • zaiah
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Hi. Not a bad job. But have you looked at this on Firefox? There are some breaks in the design and the page looks "uneven". I would suggest fixing some of the errors. I'm showing 270. Also this could be done easily with CSS. And I would also tone down the rollover.
  • Kerry1978
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Thanks for the feedback to date guys-much appreciated.

I will definitely look into your suggestions :)

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