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Does it look "professional?"

Discussion in 'Web Design & Development' started by Ciller, Nov 3, 2011.

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  1. Ciller

    Ciller Thread Starter

    Nov 3, 2011
    Hey everybody, first post! I've seen a few of these threads asking if their website is good, but they all seem to be closed now, so I thought I'd just make one more for my greedy self:). So please, take a look, and tell me if I'm just insecure. The information on the website is kind of private, so I just put some lorem ipsum in there and took a picture of the top. There isn't really much your missing, the bottom is just more lorem ipsum paragraphs. It is a website for a boy scout troop, so it doesn't have to be perfect and absolutely beautiful, but I'd love to learn anyway I could improve it, even if you ask me to do something extremely minor. What do I mean by extremely minor? If I showed you the code and missed a place where I should put a space type of minor. So, Let me know what you think!


    P.S. Don't obsess over what the missing tab was, it was just Gmail... What did you think it was?:D
    P.S.S. Not sure if the attachment adding thing worked, so I'll put a link here
  2. 1002richards

    1002richards Retired Trusted Advisor

    Jan 29, 2006
    It's a bit difficult to tell just from a screenshot.
    However, does the Scouts Association offer any templates or support? I'm thinking particularly in relation to data protection and website security.

    Just a thought.

  3. dukevyner


    Nov 4, 2011
    as far as looks.. i'd try to learn a little css and maybe change the colors of links with a:link and a:hover and what not or even use images for your navigation cause.... well it looks a little 1995... but i have to also agree with richards ^ i'd look into some templates from the scouts and if the data is "kind of private" data protection and security is kinda important...
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