Posted On:7/09/2003 2:57pm
Style: Tai Chi & TKD
It's still a work in progress, but there's quite a bit to see already. <p>Click here</p>
Posted On:7/09/2003 3:07pm
Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.
Posted On:7/09/2003 3:11pm
Style: BJJ, MT, Yoga
1-color scheme...blue and peach?
3-picture on first page does not work
4-MA page layout sucks...didn't even bother to read it
It is not a dog eat dog world...it is much worse. It is like 'a dog does not return another dog's call' word.
Guns....the fifth range
Edited by - cyrijl on July 09 2003 15:13:01
There is no cheating, there is only jiu-jitsu.
Posted On:7/09/2003 3:12pm
Dan, i would assume you want the truth, right? and i have no problem with you, you seem like a nice guy.
but your web site SUCKS
"When attacked insult, and insult to kill"
Posted On:7/09/2003 3:22pm
Style: 10th Planet JJ
Sorry to say, but I have to go with the rest of the guys.
I would suggest rethinking the layout and the color scheme to be less abrasive, possibly simpler, and more easy to follow. I would also suggest staying the hell away from angelfire, because their banners and popups are really annoying.
Probably, the best place to start is to look at a bunch of other personal websites, and see what you like and don't like about the way they're set up.
I remain, Hapko3
You say what about my rice?
Posted On:7/09/2003 3:23pm
Style: mixed +
No matter what anyone else says, you had the balls to put you website for public display and constructive comments. Who actually cares what you did in 1986 and what you came in 2nd place in. Try to put something which is interesting to everyone.
OFFICIAL Mayor of Cwcville
Posted On:7/09/2003 3:24pm
Style: Electricity, Speed
Aesthetically, your site looks okay, though it reeks of "template". 'Welcome to Dan Davis' Homepage' sounds very generic; don't know whether or not that will bother you. The MA page should be better organized; try using the H1, H2, H3, etc. tags to divy things up better. Fix the broken images. Place a short description next to each one of your links. The color scheme is acceptable, but you should follow your design through with every page. For example, don't have one page blue and yellow while another page is black and white. It looks very choppy.
Most importantly, though, why are you doing this? Is it just a little personal page you threw together in five minutes, or do you want it to be something bigger?
"I do injoy using words like **** **** bitch ho etc."
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Posted On:7/10/2003 1:31pm
Like I said, it's a work in progress. My HTML knowledge is pretty limited. My employer offers a free HTML online course that I intend to take on Wednesday in hopes of picking up on any "new tricks." They offer other computer courses that should also help out. I hope to add photos to most of the pages. I'd also like to add video to the martial arts and bodybuilding pages. I may also embed music. These are things I need to learn how to do first. Second, I'll need access to the equipment necessary for doing these things.
Posted On:7/10/2003 1:52pm
stay away from embedding music, it is really annoying.
Posted On:7/10/2003 2:01pm
I second that. There's little I have more on the interne than embedded music.
I used to make money on the side as a web designer, and here's my piece of advice. Concentrate on a simple, slear, and aestheticly pleasing layout and color scheme, and stay the hell away from anything that's fany, flashing, moving, or making sounds.
I remain, Hapko3
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