Cyb3r GOD

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how does my site look!!! i think im doing a pretty gud job don't u think!!
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Cyb3r GOD

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  • happy about it!!

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Marije, Official Rep

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You may want to post the URL of your site so that people can take a look!
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Guido Graphics

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Took a look at your site... you're doing a great job on it. Site looks real good from a design standpoint. Good use of color, visually pleasing main page layouts. Cool graphics. Interesting topics.

On the sub pages...

I did have trouble figuring out how to access the "36 graphics and design books" Not being real computer savvy, I had no idea what to do, nor the time and patience to try to figure it out. I copied the whole line and pasted it in a new window, but nothing came up. Could you make the different listings into links? or give directions of how and where to get the downloads?

Another thought is the length of the text lines, like in "reasons for crashes" I had to scroll over for each line, (and some were very, very long) and that makes for a difficult read. Also if you make each sub heading bold, or at least the number and the first 3 or 4 words, (designers call it a "bold lead in") it will make it easier for someone to scan the page for what they want... breaks it up a little.

After scrolling all the way over, it's hard to scroll back and find the next line to what you were reading. It's best if the text lines fit a standard monitor so one doesn't have to scroll across, just up and down after finishing an entire paragraph or section. (I have a 19" monitor and still had to scroll way over)

A blank space between each item on the list will make the page less "visually challenging"... that's the number one reason someone will not read, or stop reading something.

I plan to go back when I have time and read some more of the articles... you have lots of useful info and I'm sure I can learn something from it.
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Guido Graphics

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On a technical point... can you tell me why my browser some times takes for ever to load a page? If i click a link, or open a second tab and try to open something in it, it will load and load and load for a long time. If I cancel it and re-clik it will then go right to it and open in the proper amount of time. I'm using firefox, and have 576 mb physical memory. often I have photoshop running on my second monitor or minimized in the bottom bar, or a second browser page opened on the second monitor. Is that the problem? I didn't notice this problem until after I started using "eraser" could be a coincidence, or could eraser be causing this? Any thoughts?
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You would have to look at all the possible reasons why a browser would run slowly and look for the one that applies to you. Alternatively if you suspect you know what the culprit is, google it and see if you can find a reference on forums to that particular plugin or application causing browsers to run slowly. It involves a bit of detective work, but it is worth investing the time in trying to find out. If you are anything like me, pages loading slowly is a great source of irritation. Is this the program you are referring to, that you think could be the problem?: http://www.download32.com/eraser-i237...
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Guido Graphics

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Ciao, Monique! The one I have is at http://www.heidi.ie/node/6 and yes the slow load is torturing me. I'll see what I can find, but if you have any input I'd be thankful.
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i think you should put your two websites in your profile.....check how mustafa did it..............that is his pic just so that you dont get confused.