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warb 11 839
10 Aug 2004 8:50PM
apologies for yet another members website thread. but i would really love your feedback, if it wasnt for ephotozine i would never have even reached the stage of even thinking about a photo website. have a look and let me know what you think.

www.warbdrobe.co.uk

thank yooooou xxx

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answersonapostcard e2
10 12.7k 15 United Kingdom
10 Aug 2004 8:53PM
I will inspect and delve in now, may be a while though, snail dial up... I'll be back. K.
Phillbri e2
13 87 Wales
10 Aug 2004 8:58PM
Very impressive. Great photography. Great site. Well done. Is this your first attempt at a web site? What software did you use to create it?
lightweaver 12 481
10 Aug 2004 8:58PM
very nice site, well set out. Makes me want to start mine from scratch.

Colin
Mari 11 1.8k Wales
10 Aug 2004 9:00PM
Hi Danny, just browsed your site - its great and really different, easy to navigate - very effective with the small thumbnails on the left and big pic in the middle. Refreshingly different. I love it, well done.

Mari
answersonapostcard e2
10 12.7k 15 United Kingdom
10 Aug 2004 9:05PM
On the down side (get it out the way with first - sorry) I find it slow to load, I'd also prefer that when you hover over a thumbnail image the description box you have on the right changes with the thumbnail rather than having to click on it. You have a spelling mistake in the news section and I'm not sure that the bar at the bottom works for me, I find sites that make you jump from bottom to top and left to right hard work, these are purely personal points of view though. On the plus side its graphically superb, the content amazing and if there were an award for web site design you'd get it. Brilliant work Mr Warburton. K.
warb 11 839
10 Aug 2004 9:11PM
thanks everyone.

k, firstly, ur on dial up so its bound to be slow ;op all photos are less than 80k, theres nothing much else i can do :o\ and the bar at the bottom, well, thats for the menu that i dont think people will be using as much as the top, so they are down there out of the way of the good stuff up the top :o) spelling mistake? doh, i'll get onto it right away, not had a chance to have a proper look through yet, thought i would get you lot to do that :oD
Pete e2
13 18.7k 96 England
10 Aug 2004 9:12PM
In a word...stunning. In several words... I really like the style - it loads super fast on broadband. Even though I can't recall navigation like this, it was still very simple to find my way around without any doubt.
Thanks also for the mention of ePHOTOzine.
Hope it brings you lots of success. I still prefer you other site in terms of graphical treatment, especially the choice of going green or orange.
Nice one!
warb 11 839
10 Aug 2004 9:14PM
thanks pete :o)

yeh, i wanted to keep this one clean looking and all about the photos. if i ever do get any big success i wont forget ephotozine :oD
answersonapostcard e2
10 12.7k 15 United Kingdom
10 Aug 2004 9:15PM
Oh yes, forgot to mention, the forwarb and backwarb - inspired!
warb 11 839
10 Aug 2004 9:23PM
brian, i used dreamweaver and photoshop.
warb 11 839
10 Aug 2004 9:43PM
right i have my website, now what do i do?
agoreira 11 6.0k Wales
10 Aug 2004 9:49PM
The wardrobe door is locked! Tried it in Opera, nothing loaded, tried it in Mozilla Firebird, could not find any photos! Reluctantly, I tried IE (I hate it!)and there's a bar with the photo links that does not appear in Mozilla. Liked the navigation.

Frank W
warb 11 839
10 Aug 2004 9:54PM
hmmm strange, will have to look into that, thanks frank, lol at warbdrobe door is locked :o)
Pete e2
13 18.7k 96 England
10 Aug 2004 10:00PM
Frank raises an interesting point. I tried Firebird and the top navigation bar is indeed missing. Here are some stats of viewers of our site and the browsers they use.

MS Internet Explorer 86.3%
Mozilla 6.1%
Safari 2.8%
Netscape 2.6%
Opera 1%
Unknown 0.7%

So with nearly 10% using Mozilla it would be worth making it work in that too.

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