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Tuesday, February 06, 2007



parabéns! ´ta muito fixe. i like many things, also the bilingual-in-same-page; otherwise i would have checked and compared anyway.

Andy Roberts

Hi Bev,
I like the overall style and simplicity. There is a problem with the implementation using framess. If the site is viewed in less than quite a large browser window, then the nice photo and contact details obscure part of the right hand section of the main content. The whole thing needs to be fixed width or else allow the main content to wrap around as the window

Less importantly, the navigation buttons look as if they are meant to change colour as rollovers but don't. There's nothing wrong with using text links though.

I'm a bit short sighted and find the grey text on white a little too light.

Putting the english first makes a statement about priority. Is this intended? If not maybe try side by side columns for the two languages.

Hope this helps, good luck.

Nancy White

I echo Andy's comment on the gray font. It was difficult for my eyes as well.My other sense was I was hungering for a warm color. Grey and green are both cool!

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Nice and such a interesting post you share with us.. Keep going on..I like to share this post with my friends as well.

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