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Discussion in 'Website Design Forum:' started by 13faces, Jul 24, 2010.

  1. 13faces

    13faces Member


    Seems like an age ago that I posted anything on this forumn, although I do still keep tabs.

    Anyway, for the first time I have actually made a website from scratch, but as I am not a coder wondered if anyone could help me out and take a look at it. Im sure it is an absolute mess.

    + I cant get google analytics to work ....

    Vanya Beloborodov +44 (0)7815-906-243

    Anyway, hope all is well with everyone

    Vanya xxx
  2. Magma

    Magma Member

    I'll be honest it's no masterpiece of coding, however for your sites purpose it is fine.

    If I had some suggestions it would be to:

    1) Use an attached Stylesheet (.css file) to hold your styles that way you can easily link to multiple pages, giving you much more friendly code. Using inline CSS kind of defeats the point... so get it in a stylesheet!!
    2) You could (if you wanted to improve the loading speed of your website) instead of using tables for layout, use div tags... however if you don't wish to overcomplicate things then it's fine as table's

    I'd also read up on Google Analytics because from what I remember of it, there was a 24 - 48 hour wait for your analytics to activate, but I'm not to sure.

    Hope that waffle was helpful :D
  3. Wee Jimmy

    Wee Jimmy Senior Member

  4. wac

    wac Senior Member

    lol! I thought that clock was preloader I was waiting for ages! It was ticking round and I was thinking 'damn this has got to be prety special'
  5. danieljackson12

    danieljackson12 Junior Member

    When you begin designing your HTML web pages, you may find that many HTML courses fall short when it comes to providing you with special effect HTML codes and tips.

    However, there are many special effect HTML codes that will enable you to enhance your visitors experience tremendously.

    When trying to decide what HTML codes to use within your web pages, keep in mind, if it doesn't enhance your web page, it's probably best to leave it out, as the more special effects you add to your page, the longer your page will take to load.

    In addition, prior to using any of these HTML codes and tips within your web pages, you must ensure that the effect you're trying to achieve doesn't irritate your visitors.

    For example, using HTML codes that load web pages within web pages may crash your visitors browser. In addition, using excessive pop up windows, frames and placing scrolling text within the status bar can be very irritating and cause your visitors to leave your web site and never return.

    Please ensure you select your special HTML codes very carefully and use them to your fullest advantage.


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