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Discussion in 'Website Design and Coding' started by JL Beowolf, Aug 20, 2007.

  1. JL Beowolf

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    anyone?
     
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    I think it's a really cool concept myself although I think it would be so cool if you added a frost touch the outline of the tables
     
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    ya, that would look cool, thx for the idea, i really mean it.
     
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    That's an awesome template man! :D Well done. :)

    But the Snow Palace logo seems a little weird. idk.
     
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    it look really nice but i think more brightly on the content come better =)
     
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    hawt :) only the menu on the left side could use some work imo
     
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    The banners great but from there it starts to look pretty rushed.

    Just work on the content area and tighten things up, at the moment all the elements look like they're floating.
     

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