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Be as cruel as you like


geoff47

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I need to have my click here given the PC Advisor once over.
Be as cruel as you like......but remember, its my baby.

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Forum Editor

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the text is easier to read, but there are still some spelling and punctuation errors.

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geoff47

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I have taken on board all the advice.
Hopefully I shall start to get some returns for my efforts.

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geoff47

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I meant what I said, that is why I asked for criticism.
I have the same problem with the tiles in IE, but it is OK in FF and Safari.
What can possibly cause that ?
And yes the thumbnail is appalling, don't know how that happened, but that's why I am here asking.

Thanks for knocking my baby, that's what I asked for

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geoff47

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I use FireFox generally but when previewing this site I have been using IE and Safari too.
The preview in IE fails to load the dirty tile image locally, but I am almost sure it was working before.

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IClaudio

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The colour swatches on the 'Colours' Page need to be carefully sized so that they all match.

Agree with the comments about white space, I like white space, but this is a little TOO much!

I'm happy with the text font and size, but on the Gallery page, the 'Splashbacks are not confined to the kitchen.' paragraph is a different size... and you need a space between that sentence and the next.

On the front page: what does 'We “supply only”' mean?

Agree with FE that the Advice page is clear and informative without being overwhelming.

I think you need to get more of a cohesive look to the site. I'm a NetObjects user, version 10 for some of my sites, but lately I've gone to Serif's WebPlus click here for a free version (or version 10 for only £10) - I find it a lot more stable, intuitive and downright useable than Fusion. You can create MUCH better-looking sites with it, the Forum is crammed with very helpful experts and I urge you to look at it...

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geoff47

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The colour swatches were my own device and I was well pleased with the idea, but after taking another look, a couple are poorly sized, thanks for that.
The Gallery font sizes were supposed to be different, all the others being captions to the images, but I get what you are saying.
We "Supply only", I thought was self explanatory in that we only supply, not fit or measure etc, I can clarify that so there is no confusion though.
I am downloading Serif's WebPlus as I write and will take a look at it.
Many thanks for taking a look and your input, all constructive, thanks again.
This site has been invaluable to me over the years I recommend it to others regularly, never had a problem that somebody here couldn't fix, and all very friendly.

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IClaudio

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Yes, I can figure out what the words 'supply only' mean, just wasn't sure why you put the phrase in quotes.

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geoff47

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I thought it would add emphasis, make it clear.

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geoff47

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I have taken the plunge and gone for Serif's Webplus 10 and found it much easier to use than NoF
and here is the revised version of theclick here

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Forum Editor

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but you may want to spend some time reading through the text - there are quite a few punctuation errors, and some inaccuracies. You can't have tiles with a glazed glass surface, for instance - they're either glazed or they have a glass surface, but not both.

I know I'm nitpicking, but that's what you asked for in the title of your thread - your site will benefit from a final tweaking session.

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