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Discussion in 'Website Design and Coding' started by Broken, Nov 17, 2008.

  1. WWIII

    WWIII Well-Known Member

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    Nice work, I am highly impressed by your skills there. Keep it up and show us development as it comes along. Looks very ----- even in its grungy/fire sort of design.
     
  2. Aiden

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    The buttons are too uniform. I think if you changed up the brushing on each one, it would look alot better. And I'm really looking forward to seeing the finished product..
    (I actually bookmarked this page so I don't forget :))


    O god I bumped this from November :(
     
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    Nope, only from December, man.

    I still like this, although I didn't comment the first time I saw it.

    I definately agree with the buttons comment. For something this ... "flashy"? (I guess?), they should be varied.
     
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    Wow, good work! Where did you get or how did you make the background? Were you going to change the hover effect of the navigation buttons? If you were, it would be interesting to see.
     
  5. Broken

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    Ahhh forgot about this. Not sure if I even have the finished one with me anymore, I'll check college on Monday and if the final home-page is on there I'll post it up.

    Also animating the splash so the background fades in, the text fades in and then the fire sort of, burns...in.

    Eh we'll see.
    On a different project now anyway.
     

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