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Jeffery
On your "Services page" the images for "Bathrooms" is smaller than the other two images in that row, sort of throws the balance out

The image for "Storefronts" is larger than the other two images on that row ( or the other two are smaller:D ) same thing

The titles for all images need adjusting at smaller screens (all browsers) they start to overlap each other (once again only a bit before you make everything go full width)


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Thank you Wayanjaya for taking the time to give me some feedback. I will definitely correct the issues that you mentioned. Best regards.
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Hello again Jeffery
This is just a personal preference of mine but I know I am not alone with this.......
In my opinion (and many of my graphic designer mates) images look more refined and better (especially on a white or light background with a very small border (1 px) and a drop shadow, it makes them stand out on the page.

Anyway just a small thought,


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Nice Site, Jeffrey. But my personal preference is not to have any sound automatically start upon visiting the site. If you do, please provide a way to turn it off. Just my opinion, but it blew me away when I went to the site. Otherwise great job!!!

MJ
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Thanks Mark. I did discuss the autoplay with the owner and suggested exactly what you are saying. I should revisit that.
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Many of the tabbed browsers these days are including the ability to turn sound off on a website. Check on the tab of your browser and see if there's a little sound icon. If so just click it and it turns it off. I've seen this in Firefox which is my main browser as well as Safari and Google Chrome allows you to right click on the tab to choose to mute the tab. Best thing they could have added to the browsers ever! haha.

This may actually help us web designers by giving us some room to work on other things if we don't have to worry about turning off sound in the sites. I'll still add the ability in the sites, but at least we know that eventually people will be more aware of that and save us the trouble. :)
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Here is my first site designed with RSD. I have also used WFB (Web Form Builder) & RCS (Responsive Content Slider)

http://artography.co.za/

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Chris Fourie wrote:
Here is my first site designed with RSD. I have also used WFB (Web Form Builder) & RCS (Responsive Content Slider)

http://artography.co.za/



Well done Chris!
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That is a beautiful site! You have used the CC tools well.
Ha en riktig god dag!
Inger, Norway
This site was made before we were able to create components through the app:
Component sharing for RFF, RBB, RSD and SD: https://eikweb.com/sharing/
My work in progress right now:
Components for the same as above + HTML Editor: https://mock-up.coffeecup.com


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http://artography.co.za/ is not only a beautifully well crafted web site, using all the CC tools tastefully and expertly, but also shows the absolute value of perfect photos on a web site. With the proper background SEO telling the story, no words are needed when EVERY photo is a "Signature Photo'' -- Thank you for a glimpse into South Africa... Just wonderful! And the web site you accomplished is definitely a ''favorite'' on my list!
Isabel Smith
Isabel Smith Art and Design
Web and Graphic Design, Illustration and Calligraphy, Pet Paintings too!
www.isabelsmith.com

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