The code that site generates seems pretty awkward...<br><br>Where exactly would I insert that if I had a link I wanted to pop open a window with the dimensions I specified?<br><br>[color:red]Hold on, it's time for a </font color=red> <br>
Lose the mouse-trails and tone down the SFX a bit. I think the sliding text rate is good, but the intro is a bit too "energetic". Maybe slow it down a skosh. My biggest complaint would be all that white type and black background. Just feels cold ana bit harsh on these old peeper.<br><br>Having said that, I know it's a work-in-progress, and I think you're going in a good direction. <br><br>
I might not be sure what your asking. But the java-script goes in the head section, and the link goes on the actual page. The comment tags in the code it gives should tell you where to put the html.<br><br>Ryan
Loc: Beautiful Southern California
Overall looks clean, nice discreet design work, everything opened up just fine for me. The pop-up window opened up on the upper left hand side, the intro was kinda fast, but you've already read about that. Personal preference, I'm not too thrilled about black backgrounds, but it still works. I'm at work running IE 5.1 under OS 9.2.<br><br>
Love It MacG!<br>Cool design, love the colors.<br>You are the epitomy of the American Idol!<br>over to you Paula<br>(I had to work late last night so I missed American Idol..... so I had to throw the last part in...) My wife loves that show! I like that british Simon guy...<br>ps I really do like your site!<br>g<br><br><br>
Rather than a glowing "click to enter" after the flash intro, I think it would be more elegant to pause and then bring you home without the click.<br><br>One other observation with fresh eyes : the j/d logo in the "circle with slash" icon doesn't always lend itself to a positive image. <br><br><br><br><br>
Works for me, using Safari with a dial up. I found the mouse trails a bit frivolous and I'm not a fan of white type on color but, overall, it's a pretty clean job. <br><br>drjohn <br><br>[i]My photographs[i]
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Not too shabby for a first time try! I agree with what others have said about the mouse trails. Fun for a little bit, then not so much fun (although I like the effect when you go over a button and the trail fills the button with color). I find white text on dark background harder on the eyes, but like Steve, these are pretty old peepers that I've got. On the whole, impressive.<br><br>I'm using Safari v. 60, by the way.<br><br><br><br>Great wits are sure to madness near allied.--John Dryden, "Absalom and Achitophel"
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