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#21 Matthew.


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Posted 20 July 2006 - 04:13 PM

lol Myoto, its just been answeared by me and Aussiestinger at the same time :D

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Posted 20 July 2006 - 04:34 PM

lol Myoto, its just been answeared by me and Aussiestinger at the same time :D

now I see

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Posted 21 July 2006 - 12:29 AM

I love the navigation! Its simple, but I think its not that effecttive at being simple. I would like to see you change the colour of the content section on the welcome page from grey to a brighter colour. But without making it look like an eye sore ^_^

I will definately experiment with different colors. I was thinking the same thing. It was originally a sky blue, but that didn't pan out..

Thank you for the wonderful comments.

I love everything..CSS and design are both spectacular. The colors are excellent, and the overall layout is unmatched.

I love it, don't change a thing!

Unmatched...wow, I havn't heard that one before. Well, thank you. I'm quite flattered. :o

hobb, someone is asking a question about the way you display your pictures at your portfolio

I'am curious too heheh

I decided to take the cheap Jscript way out and use LiteBox. It's a "low calorie" version of LightBox. Smaller file sizes and quicker load times. You gotta admit it looks pretty snazzy though...

I've been busy working and in my spare time writing a few articles. I'll try to get those up ASAP; however, they all pertain to yearbook publishing and will probably only interest my staff. I've decided to primarily use this site as a learning aid for my 2006 yearbook staff and post articles for their education.

*changed around the article and bio CSS*

Edited by hobbkins, 22 July 2006 - 01:53 AM.

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