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    site design

    Hi everyone What do you all think of my new site design?

    www.xylohosting.co.uk

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    Not bad...
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    Looks awesome
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    Overall it's very nice and clean. I like it, but I think there is too much blank white area smack dab in the middle of the page. The center of the page is the most valuable and it's being wasted there. I would have either used two tables to organize announcements/news/specials/etc or narrowed that whole area down so it doesn't look quite so empty there...

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    Thanks every one for there input!
    Watcher: that sounds like a good idea! iwill try and do that.

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    I like it...very nice...good colors, theme, etc. Well done.


    Brian R. Matthews
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    i like it - nice flash effect in the header - it is just enough to enhance the design.
    well done
    Scott

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    Nice site - you've got some errant code on the shared hosting page, though. The table has some padding at the top on some browsers that shouldnt' be there - check the code to see where the error is.

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    Thanks slapshot will sort that out later.

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    There are ways and means of replacing those javascript rollovers with CSS-based ones should you desire. Much more compact and easy to implement.

    Have a read of this article:

    http://www.pixy.cz/blogg/clanky/cssnopreloadrollovers/

    Explains the concept, and see it in action at my own site by rolling over the packages on the right. (Apologies for self-linkage, but necessary to see what I mean.
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    Another great resource for spiffy menu links using CSS:
    http://css.maxdesign.com.au/listamatic/ - no grapics needed!
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    Site looks awesome!
    But one thing.. pretty funny too..
    If you press "support" you get a 404..

    But design... is Awesome!!!

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    Yea the 404 is because perldesk died on me and we are currently sorting it out.

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    i wish i could make website as great as this one,BUT
    1.You have wide middle area with no text so i had to scroll down to see the pricing.And your prices are not something you want to hide,because they are very good.
    2.use larger text,because your present one hard to read and for many people it may be uncomfortable factor in general

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