Feedback on site-in-progress welcome

  brundle 19:40 01 May 07
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Hi, I'd really appreciate any comments/guidelines on a site I've been designing for a local charity; it's a pretty basic site as my HTML skills are limited and it's very much a `work in progress`, a few pages missing etc. Bear in mind it is for access by people with varying physical abilities and visual acuity - when I learn enough to enable people to change the colour scheme and font sizes for improved accessibility I will do so. I'll also be including a page or two with tips telling the viewer how to change the font size in his/her own browser.
click here. It'll be moved to a permanent domain in the very near future.
One more thing, the red border is for my own use while I fiddle with the `design`....
TIA

  djbenny 22:12 01 May 07

there are a few things, the address on the contact page isn't copy n pastable so people cant use it to find out directions (under notes) and there is a error with the menu on the avocasy page, looks good to me otherwise!

  Kate B 22:15 02 May 07

I'd reduce some of the capitalisation - only use it for names of acts - and you don't need "the place to come either capitalised or in inverted commas - but otherwise, nice and clear. A model of accessible clarity, in fact.

  brundle 00:37 04 May 07

Thanks for your input - all noted; there are some aspects I have no say in, company logos and legal blurb. The ease-of-use is my main priority.

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