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New layout for my site..

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bkellner    0

I used the name reviewdom.com, but really the site is a new layout for my knigitz.com site.

Just was wondering what you thought of the layout.

http://www.knigitz.com/

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sachleen    0

looks preaty nice..

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bkellner    0

Yeah - I'm more into designing professional magazine/newspaper type layouts.. Wanted to try that with a blog slant for my personal website. I got tired of my old wordpress looking site. http://www.knigitz.com/.archived/ for my old layout if you're interested.

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extasy    0

Yeah nice colour & design consistancy.

Not sure about the second link though, whats with the jack-off material on the banner?

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bkellner    0

Lol. That was my old layout for my personal site, a bunch of wallpapers I had I cropped up and made banners for fun.

But that's my old site ;)

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steven.ts    0

I like the new one looks pretty nice :) good work.

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smctainsh    2

I like the new one. :)

One comment - the title saying ReviewDom.Com looks a little squashed.

Smctainsh

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bkellner    0

it's supposed to look a little squashed. look at magazines or newspapers - the font text is stretched taller on some of them.

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smctainsh    2

it's supposed to look a little squashed. look at magazines or newspapers - the font text is stretched taller on some of them.

Oh, ok. :)

Smctainsh

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