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Making my site look more professional?


crashb648

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Hey! I've been hard on the design of my wesite over this year, and I am just wondering if there is anyway I can make the site look more professional. Any help would be great.

http://www.thetributepages.info/ http://www.thetributepages.info/vgsly1.php http://www.thetributepages.info/mavengers.php http://www.thetributepages.info/tvclonewars.php

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crashb648

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Thanks for the help. :)

I'm working towards being a professional web designer, and so this is my first proper full website, so that's why i asked about the feeling of the site being more professional.

It reads like your talking to a few friends. Emm... So would you suggest that I change the layout so I state what exactly has been changed, rather than writing about what has been changed? Would that be better do you think?

The different background on every page destroys any site cohesion. The banner at the top is not enough to maintain identity. The reason I did it like that, is to give each video game / movie / tribute a unique feel. Any suggestions on how the pages can keep their unique feel, yet solve the problem?

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