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    Website I'm working on
    I just wanted some opinions, the person I'm making it for wanted something simple and not too flashy. He really likes what I have but I thought I'd just ask for some other opinions. All fonts on the website are per my clients request, but if you have any font suggestions they would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!

    http://hitecconsulting.com
    (made in photoshop and smultron text editor)



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    It looked fine to me. The text was had good contrast and wasn't too small. The layout is basic and not confusing.

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    yeah, that's nice. a good tech site. the mouse over on the buttons is clear, it's well ordered and legible.
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    thanks guys

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    good site overal. font fine. colours fine.

    good

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    i like it the only thing that may be better is, well you can't tell now, but you are using iFrames. For a bussiness site i would try and make that site expandable to it will just get longer with more info, i think once there is more info there it will look better expanded then with scrolling, and with that layout it should be easy to expand it...

    that is just my thought. other then that it looks really nice.


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    I think it looks good. Not too busy and has a nice visual style. For the menu services, I would add some kind of picture, or visual design, so it's not so dry and just the text. Other than that I think it's great.

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    Just to be a nitpick, you should have a doctype declaration in your html
    Other than that, your site meets W3C validation
    The site looks good, clean, and simple. Nice rollover buttons, and loads quickly.
    You might want to do a contact form rather than leaving a direct email address to prevent spam, or you could use a javascript like I use (have done the changes for your hitecconsulting site:

    Code:
    <script language='JavaScript' type='text/javascript'>
    <!--
    var prefix = 'ma' + 'il' + 'to';
    var path = 'hr' + 'ef' + '=';
    var addy = 'Info' + '@' + 'hitecconsulting.com';
    document.write( '<a ' + path + '\'' + prefix + ':' + addy + '\'>' + addy + '</a>' );
    //-->
    </script>
    Simply put this script where your current email address link is and you should protect them from a bit more spam

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    Thanks guys! But yeah I fixed the doctype a few days ago but just haven't uploaded it yet and as for the email script that is an excellent idea to prevent spam thank you. About making it expandable, as of now he doesn't have much info to even fill the pages I have now so thats why I stuck with the smaller layout so it would take less text to fill it. And I like iframes because you don't have to reload the entire page everytime you click a link

    Also I was thinking of putting a graphic in the service tab, but I couldn't think of what. Any suggestions would be awesome. Thanks again guys :headphone

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