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  1. exchange links with my website design site?    Forum: Link Exchange
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    Pleae look at my site design

    Can anyone command it please? Thank you

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    forgot to post my link

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    That's right. Besides, it's done in Frontpage. Why use an editor (especially like Frontpage) for such a simple layout? The page is full of empty TD tags and spacer gifs.
    LOOKS ok, I guess, but you should learn some HTML and unbloat the code. Also, on 800X600 SIGN IN and REGISTER look like they're clickable buttons. It wasn't until I scrolled down that I found the boxes to enter info. A front page to a site should [i]not[/i]be like that. It's like putting the lock to the front door around the corner, rather than right under the doorknob. Know what I mean?

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    i give u a 2 i like the layout of the first page looks really nice but i not gonna registar and take up time i am not ever gonna go to that site again so why i need to registar i give u a 2 because i only saw you first page and it was good all except for the registar thing

    Advice:
    make guest able to view your page not just registars

    make ur main page ur index page and get rid of the whole registar thing all together

    *sorry i can't spell*

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    Didn't bother going to the site after reading about the [b]registration[/b] requirement - don't do dat no more.

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    I did not even mention, an "email company" without a privacy policy?
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    My bit: As its purely an email portal, I would expect the login form to be fully visible on page load, 'above the fold' as it were. On my 800*600 res it is not.

    Doh. Androids already covered that
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