Website Critique Request

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Could some of you provide an honest critique of the website I
developed below. Thanks.

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Also I forgot to ask if any of you could also see if the site
appearance is normal via mobile phones. Thanks again.

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Doesn't validate. I really don't understand why people pick a coding
they don't understand (XHTML).

Your XHTML sucks big time. Learn HTML 4.01 strict and CSS (or better,
don't bother, see my final advice). Your XHTML looks like it was written
in the previous century:

<td bgcolor="#FF8040" colspan="2"><font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica,
sans-serif"><b><font face="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif"

and the design of your site reflects this.

If you want to make money with this site the best advice anyone can give
you is to invest money and hire a webdesigner.

John Bokma                                                               j3b

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I won't comment on the underlying code since that's already been

The concept seems promising. The design and layout of the main page is
decent, but the deeper one travels into menus and submenus the pages are
just plain text. In a word -- boring. Every discipline one chooses
results in the same menu options, with no supporting text or graphics.

I don't think you have enough there to inspire anyone to spend money.
But it's a start.

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Quite a few 404s, perhaps because it's still under development  - this
is just one of them:

Strange and possibly erroneous URL (note the escaped backslash):

Menus are dark blue text on a black background, difficult to read.
Also this page has white text on a light pink background  - impossible
to read.

I don't concur with the comments about plain text being of itself
boring, but what is tiresome and boring is having to negotiate
numerous pages where each is just a few lines comprising a submenu,
without even a description or other further information about each
item.  If you want a menu, then why not try and have it all branch off
the top banner, and then take the user straight to the end choice?

On Fri, 4 Feb 2011 13:50:52 -0800 (PST), mj168

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