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    Senior Member sdjl's Avatar
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    Default My new website

    So i've spent the best part of four months putting together my new dynamic website. (http://www.sdjl.co.uk)

    The design is all CSS based. I've stuck with a simplistic design to start with. The plan is to skin the site with more complex designs as time progresses. That's the beauty of CSS. Once the HTML is done, you can skin it to any style you want just by changing the CSS file

    The new site also introduces blogs for all users who signup, which seem to be going well. Each user has a unique URL, like mine: http://david.sdjl.co.uk
    From there you can see current posts, click to get archived posts as well as a profile and RSS 2.0 feed.

    It's all custom coded and uses a nice caching system which i developed as well as a templating system which i also created.

    Any feedback about styling, features and general use would be nice

    David
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    Wow very nice, no complaints here

    One thing I did notice is, viewing the site in opera the "rss 2.0 Feed" overlaps the "Login" button in the menu. Other than that all appears to work great. Very nice site.
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    On the nav, I went to Main -> Archives -> Clicked a random name
    on the list (Showed profile) -> Clicked email user.

    Same for the two I tested (Jennifer and David) ~ no form, though
    says
    Use the form below to send jennifer an email.
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    Klaassh: The joys of cross browser CSS coding. I shall see what i can do about that

    Jonathan: Oops, that would be the bit i failed to complete :-D Thanks for pointing that out. I better finish it up!

    David
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    For all who are working with CSS, you really should see this site: http://www.csszengarden.com/

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