Website in WYSIWYG

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Website in WYSIWYG

Post by resajj » Mon Feb 05, 2018 10:34 am

HI, build this website for my sister,
Feedbacks are welcome.

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Re: Website in WYSIWYG

Post by basstuuk » Mon Feb 05, 2018 12:38 pm

ziet er gelikt uit.
Misschien is het handig om onder aan je pagina iets te maken zodat je direct naar boven scrolt.
b.v. jQuery GoUp Extension

Groet Bas :D
Translated for the benefit of English speaking users.
Looks slick.
Maybe it's handy to create something at the bottom of your page so you can scroll up directly.
e.g. JQuery GoUp Extension

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Re: Website in WYSIWYG

Post by BaconFries » Mon Feb 05, 2018 12:40 pm

@basstuuk Please read from the forum rules thanks. As you can see although the OP posted in English and not there native language. Again thanks.
7) Do not speak/type in another lan guage than English. That way everyone can understand you.

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Re: Website in WYSIWYG

Post by triple_h » Thu Apr 12, 2018 12:46 am

Nice. Looks like some work with the layout grid. Text resizes nice and smooth. :D

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Re: Website in WYSIWYG

Post by pajadt » Thu Apr 12, 2018 7:46 pm

Nice work, but few things try to change to be better,
Contact Section
http://www.wimperextensionsbykimberly.n ... ground.png
This image is not have any reason to be here and not have somekind WOW effect, if use type clean modern design stay in that way, this image remove and add some nice color background, also speed your web it be much better,
http://www.wimperextensionsbykimberly.n ... go2014.png
find better image and give to be true size 105, because now is not proportional, when resize browser, small stuff, but better for visual look,
Go to up Image icon, color is not good and out off theme
try to with other color / example black / gray etc
other is good i liked, nice work

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