So a few people were told to put together some ideas for the
main website of the small graphic/multi-media company we work with
and though this isnt WOW but its simple and uses alot of the
dark/color contrast used in its works,
The purpose of the site is to use the main page to showcase
their featured content/clients of their portfolio; my original idea
was the links on the right were going to be preloaded in one page
without going to separate pages but i wanted to get the concept
done and figure that stuff out later.
The random flickr at the top will be a mini-photography
gallery on each page showcasing various photography projects, this
one in case is a trip to Phoenix
There seems to be some issues with the MouseOver actions in
IE7 (and sort of in FireFox)...in IE the mouseover function shows
the Second image below it instead of replacing the original
and there also seems to be some PNG/transparency issues with
IE7 mainly the image top borders (with the rounded edges)
The colors dont match in IE; the very top of the image where
its rounded doesnt follow/flow with the image below it..however i
know the colors matched in Photoshop, FireFox (mac, xp) and Safari
a few of the pages arent finalized, but sort of a generalized
idea and if it works out ill definitely tweak it up abit.
basically looking for some suggestions, critiques, and maybe
any help regarding any technicalities with the website.
I hope to get some feedback and hopefully might be able to
tweak it up a bit to use on the site itself =)
> basically looking for some suggestions, critiques, and
maybe any help
>regarding any technicalities with the website.
> Thanks all!
> I hope to get some feedback and hopefully might be able
to tweak it up a bit
>to use on the site itself =)
before I did any other trouble shooting, I would attend to
validation issues - some rather important
"Line 128, Column 236: value of attribute "id" invalid: "0"
start a name.
It is possible that you violated the naming convention for
attribute. For example, id and name attributes must begin
letter, not a digit."
"Line 66, Column 22: document type does not allow element
The element named above was found in a context where it is
allowed. This could mean that you have incorrectly nested
such as a "style" element in the "body" section instead of
"head" -- or two elements that overlap (which is not