[WSG] Browser / OS Test on website.

2009-01-13 Thread Danny Croft
Hi All,

I was wondering if any of you get a spare minute, could you cast your
professional eyes over a site I just put online. Its only a small online
resume type site. But I'd be interested to see if anyone could find any
issues with it or had any suggestions for items that I may have missed. I
have done some testing and it passed the online W3C Validation Service for
both the markup and CSS. Also if anyone is running an OS other than OSX (v
10.5.6) then I'd be interested in your results on any of the current
browers.

Like I said, only if you get a minute.

Link: http://dannythewebdev.com   (almost forgot to add the link)

Cheers,

Danny


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Re: [WSG] Re: Browser / OS Test on website.

2009-01-14 Thread Danny Croft
Thank you for your suggestions and pointers everyone! I promise you it is
really appreciated. I think i will make some changes soon and maybe email
you all again just to see what you think.

Once again thank you!

Danny

- Original Email -

Danny Croft wrote:

 Hi All,

 I was wondering if any of you get a spare minute, could you cast your
 professional eyes over a site I just put online. Its only a small online
 resume type site. But I'd be interested to see if anyone could find any
 issues with it or had any suggestions for items that I may have missed. I
 have done some testing and it passed the online W3C Validation Service for
 both the markup and CSS. Also if anyone is running an OS other than OSX (v
 10.5.6) then I'd be interested in your results on any of the current
 browers.

 Like I said, only if you get a minute.

 Link: http://dannythewebdev.com   (almost forgot to add the link)

 Cheers,

 Danny

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Re: [WSG] new site review

2009-09-29 Thread Danny Croft
Hi Raul,
On the contact page is it supposed to say ...and bring your project to
live or  ...and bring your project to life ?

Just an observation.

Danny

On Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 9:05 PM, Rick Faircloth r...@whitestonemedia.comwrote:

 Looks good, Raul!

 I'm able to read the text without problem, on both analog and digital
 monitors.

 Don't make the text contrast any less, however, especially in the menu, as
 those
 with lesser quality monitors and poorer eyesight might have difficulty
 reading it.

 Would recommend a Home menu item, just because it's so common.  I knew to
 click
 on the logo, but others may not think of that so readily.

 I like the contrasting blue...nice menu rollover image...readily available
 contact info...
 call to action...good...informative overview of your process...attractive
 graphics...
 good consistent layout...like the quotes and photos under the header on
 each
 page...

 Good job!  I can tell you put a lot of thought into the styling of your
 site
 and
 it has paid off!

 Rick



 -Original Message-
 From: li...@webstandardsgroup.org [mailto:li...@webstandardsgroup.org] On
 Behalf Of Raul Ferrer
 Sent: Tuesday, September 29, 2009 2:07 PM
 To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org
 Subject: [WSG] new site review


 Hi guys!

 It's been quite a long time since I last contributed to this list but I've
 been busy making my own website.
 It's built on Expression Engine (my first one with this CMS) and I'd really
 would like to know what you guys think.

 http://www.raulferrer.com

 Things to keep in mind: the portfolio and services are there but they're
 not
 completely finished, 'cause I want to develop each service and each client
 more deeply.

 Other than that is more or less done. I'm working on the multiple languages
 (it's going to be in 5 languages), so it's still needs some work to do.

 Thanks in advance!

 Cheers

 Raul


 PD: I've tested it with FF2  FF3, IE6, 7  8, Opera 9, Safari 4 and Chrome
 3.




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