var sidebar_align = 'right';
var content_container_margin = parseInt('350px');
var sidebar_width = parseInt('330px');
Looking for some constructive comments
OK, today i used photoshop for the first time to actually make something, normally i just use it to resize images.
I decided to have a little go at a template
I know its not very good at all, but so far ive been told not to give up my day job and that its crap, which doesnt reallymake me want to try harder to improve it. Everyone has to start somewhere
I think you need to spice it up a bit... In my opinion the font did not look too good. And its spacious.... I think it needs some more content.... or pictures or something.... Maybe a nice logo would do the trick...
Otherwise you are off too a great start
well you gotta start somewhere.....and it is a good start........
forget what other people say.....just keep trying and the designs will only get better.......
For this being your first attempt, it's quite good.
One thing I'll suggest is that you make the text antialias.
Getting there. I think the mistake a lot of newer designers make is being too heavy handed with their content.
That blue text on the page in bold, try breaking that ip a bit more, put some headings (some subtle images) in there and don't use bold for the text.
Looks better than the first effort.
The text looks a little un-anti-aliased. Oh yeah, and you should hold on to those templates. I bet a starting reseller would pay $10 for one of those designs.
Hi Guys, Thanks for your comments,
I have anti aliased the text and changed the fonts, can you tell me if it looks any better
I like the first template better. It gives the user an immediate choice to engage with the three hosting plans.
Tone down the bevel and emboss. Try using a 1 or 2 size rather than the 5 you are using.
Remove the bold face from your font. It's hard to tell what you are trying to emphasize.
ive changed the banner at the top now, i was playing with antri alias, the text isnt bold its on strong anyialias
ok the bevel has been toned down on the first have a look at