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#1 Dorito_125  Icon User is offline

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Website Revamp: Arulace.com

Posted 27 August 2011 - 07:59 PM

Okay I posted here a couple months ago with this same site and I have been busy since. New focus and intention.

http://www.arulace.com

Be harsh! Design attributes. Spell Checking. It's still WIP but I'm getting there. I need to finalize prices and features and blah blah.
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Re: Website Revamp: Arulace.com

Posted 27 August 2011 - 08:25 PM

It says the site's not found.
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Re: Website Revamp: Arulace.com

Posted 28 August 2011 - 08:39 AM

One of the better designs I have seen on here! My biggest niggle is the darkness of the logo!
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Re: Website Revamp: Arulace.com

Posted 28 August 2011 - 08:42 AM

Only a small annoyance, when you move your mouse over an image it displays the alt as "image1" or "image2". Consider changing or removing it. Other than that it is a nice site.
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Re: Website Revamp: Arulace.com

Posted 30 August 2011 - 12:01 PM

The logo is dark, I have to agree with that point.

Really a lot of the top half is far too dark and near unreadable, which is doing some serious harm to those elements.

To be honest a majority of your problem is in the code. You're using multiple css classes for things that could easily be referred to by different selectors such as child, nth-child, and other such things.

You have a bad case of 'classits' and 'divits' where you overuse classes and divs. This creates a large amount of unnecessary code and cumbers your sites performance. You need to keep your amount of tags way down.

Semantics is another issue. Your classnames make no real sense in the scheme of things, you're using images inside of article tags and other tags that have no business housing images, and you have unnecessary spans everywhere.

The real issue: your code needs a serious diet.
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