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Author: dsemmler Big gold star, 5000 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 16453  
Subject: Re: Site design change Date: 3/23/2003 9:37 PM
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The first thing I noticed is that the images along the left arc move slightly when I mouseover. I am not sure if that was intended or not.

"If you need lots of images, no problem."

This statment doesn't come across as very professional in my opinion. I think something along the lines of "If you need a lot of images, no problem." would fit a little better.

Ok, I am not sure if this is something on your site or maybe something going on with my machine (however I only see it on your website). When I move my mouse around on the screen, a small toolbar appears in the text with icons for Save, Print, Email and a Folder. Very bizarre and I cannot click on them because they disappear.

Other than that, my only comment at this time is I am not personally crazy about the blueish color but that is personal preference.


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