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Discussion in 'Website Design Critique:' 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 ....
    but the dead link is ment to be.

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

    Anyway, hope all is well with everyone
    any feedback welcome

    Vanya xxx
  2. Wee Jimmy

    Wee Jimmy Senior Member

    Visually it's very nice aside from the links at the bottom being sliced in half on my resolution (1366x768). You might want to either bring them above "the page fold" or put them below

    As far as the code is concerned

    you have a paragraph on line 88 that never closes

    <p><strong>VANYA <br>           BELOBORODOV</strong><br> 
    there's no </p> anywhere until the next <p>, might want to sort that :)

    you have a redundant <div align="center"> on line 127. Simply change
    #apDiv1 {	width:800px;	height:auto;	margin-left: 10px;	margin-right: 10px;	margin-top: 58px;	margin-bottom: 80px;}

    #apDiv1 {	width:800px;	height:auto;	margin-left: 10px;	margin-right: 10px;	margin-top: 58px;	margin-bottom: 80px;        text-align: center;}
    Also you can set two selectors at the same time in css if they have the same properties, instead of using

    a:active {	text-decoration: none;	color: #333;} a:visited {	text-decoration: none;	color: #333;}
    you can cut it down to

    a:active, a:visited {	text-decoration: none;	color: #333;} 
    and you need to set a doctype before your <html> tag

    <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN"	"">
    and a character set somewhere between <head> and </head>

    <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" />
    From a search engine point of view, you might want to include some search phrases into your keywords. So aswell as hackney, have something like hackney art director, hackney print designer. you get the idea

    Analytics may not work because you have not set the doctype and have /> in your meta

    <meta name="google-site-verification" content="vhzeGwHHS185j9o39LV_8L4fUX4v41G2IrN4djTJSlw" /> 
    I'd remove it even with the doctype personally, it's redundant with meta tags.

    <body marginwidth="0" marginheight="0" topmargin="0" leftmargin="0"> 
    with just
    and add

    margin: 0px;
    into your body selector in your CSS



    That's all i could spot
  3. Magma

    Magma Member

    Well, Jim, you pointed out far more errors than I did, but I wasnt going to search all the code for all of them haha

    As I said in the Coding version of this thread, you should keep your css in a stylesheet and get rid of the tables!

    Tables are the demons of the development world :(
  4. Wee Jimmy

    Wee Jimmy Senior Member

    The devil is in the details ;)

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