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Old 02-18-2001, 12:32 AM
Shawn (GEcom) Shawn (GEcom) is offline
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Hello,
The current design of my site can be seen at http://www.wrestlecar.com and I am aware that is is looking "old" from newer sites. I have recently completed a few other designs that we will hopefully be switching to in the next few weeks.

Design #1) http://www.wrestlecar.com/temp/newlayout.shtml
Something seems to be missing here, I do not know what. The blue bar at the top seems a little plain, and it does not seem to "flow". I dunno, it just kinda seems weird lol. This design uses Cascading Style Sheets, Layers, and is designed for Microsoft Internet Explorer 5x bur runs fine with a little colour mixup on Netcape 4x.

Design #2) http://www.wrestlecar.com/temp/newlayout2.shtml
I have not added the links to the top yet as seen in the first design, but they will be added eventually. This design I feel looks a little better, and the advertisement is a little better placed, stands out more, and flows more with the design. I do not know how good this looks through others minds though . This page, like the first, uses both Layers, Cascading Style Sheets, and is designed for IE 5x, but will worh with a little colour distortion in Netscape 4x.


Overall, which design looks best to the eye, as well as most appealing. I want the ads to stand out, and hopefully do a favor to our advertisers, but I also want it to flow with the page.

Any replies are greatly appreciated

Kind Regards,
Shawn Snider
Wrestlecar.com
http://www.wrestlecar.com



[Edited by Shawn (Wrestlecar.com) on 02-18-2001 at 02:48 AM]

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Old 02-18-2001, 06:43 AM
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newlayout2 is muccccch better than original/currebt design

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Old 02-18-2001, 07:12 PM
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Option 2 looks better.

If you put the header and side menu in a frame you can add a slight bevel and maybe a pinstripe or photo background in the blue area. This will jazz them up without having to reload them with each click.

All in all a nice clean layout.

-Bubba

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