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    Cnc my website please

    ..so designed this, cnc please.
    im a beginner btw.

    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/...020/index.html

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    I'd stick to fixed width websites.

    The sub menu text isn't aligned central.

    The font isn't very pleasing on the eye, have a look for a standardized font rather than script.

    On the more details link add a little border-radius.

    Try to design for a minimum browser size of 1024px, at 1024px the text goes below the laptop, this is why you need to keep a fixed width. The site doesn't warrant a widescreen display.

    Also, think about why you are using clear div's, as some are not needed in the mark-up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CHEWX View Post
    I'd stick to fixed width websites.

    The sub menu text isn't aligned central.

    The font isn't very pleasing on the eye, have a look for a standardized font rather than script.

    On the more details link add a little border-radius.

    Try to design for a minimum browser size of 1024px, at 1024px the text goes below the laptop, this is why you need to keep a fixed width. The site doesn't warrant a widescreen display.

    Also, think about why you are using clear div's, as some are not needed in the mark-up.
    thanks mate, really appreciate.

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    You forgot to specify a page background color. And why is the top navigation unreadable?

    Quote Originally Posted by CHEWX View Post
    Try to design for a minimum browser size of 1024px, at 1024px the text goes below the laptop, this is why you need to keep a fixed width. The site doesn't warrant a widescreen display.
    How do you know that my device has a minimum screen resolution of 1024px? And how do you know at what size I have my browser window?
    And how do you know that nothing else (like toolbars/sidebars) fill my browser window narrowing the viewport?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VIPStephan View Post
    How do you know that my device has a minimum screen resolution of 1024px? And how do you know at what size I have my browser window?
    And how do you know that nothing else (like toolbars/sidebars) fill my browser window narrowing the viewport?
    I don't but not every design needs to be a responsive design. Hence my advice being create a fixed width website using 960px which specially targets 1024px resolution and above.

    If your trying to ridicule the 960px width then try elsewhere as it's used world-wide. There's not point teaching the OP responsive web design or targeting anything lower than desktop if the desktop design solution isn't mastered.

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    I’m not ridiculing a 960px width but I’m trying to falsify your argument(s). I never mentioned 960px but you’re obviously thinking of the well known grid system; and to falsify your statement that it is specifically targeting 1024px resolutions and above: the 960px grid system hasn’t been designed to target a specific screen resolution, it’s only a neat side effect. It has primarily been designed because 960px is easily dividable into 12 or 16 columns (and their subdivisions).

    Likewise, your statement that 960px is used world-wide is basically saying nothing. Any width is used world-wide. That there is a grid system that has a certain dispersion doesn’t mean it’s the ultimate standard.

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    Your trying to make a argument about websites widths out of nothing. I'm giving the OP sound advice, design for resolutions of 1024px and above and start to use a width of 960px regardless of what the 960px derived from. Maybe VIPStephan should take this advice too, because http://vipstephan.de on a 27" Mac is well....lost.


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