Site relative to excavator repair

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uffex
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Site relative to excavator repair

Post by uffex » Mon Jul 13, 2015 2:49 pm

Welcome comments, used the Q&E software for this site [url][URL www.excatech.esy.es

mexman
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Re: Site relative to excavator repair

Post by mexman » Wed Jul 15, 2015 11:18 am

Very nice.

Two comments:
1
I dont like the dark background in the "Library" form.
Better use white background like in the other forms.

2
The main letter font is quite small, considering 100% browser zoom.

Regards
Michael

uffex
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Re: Site relative to excavator repair

Post by uffex » Fri Jul 17, 2015 8:43 am

Thanks Michael
taking your constructive comments on board.
Kind regards
Uffex

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capell
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Re: Site relative to excavator repair

Post by capell » Tue Aug 18, 2015 3:45 pm

Some of the images are not "round". That is, the h and w proportions have not been preserved. Could I suggest processing the raw images with an image program (like GIMP because it is free): first crop the images using the same h:w proportions as your target displayed images, and then scaling the image, and finally saving the image no a new area so you don't destroy the original.

John

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Re: Site relative to excavator repair

Post by mexman » Wed Aug 19, 2015 2:08 am

Image size

Hi Uffex,

the load time of your page is unacceptably long.
-> Your main page has a header image header_esy.jpg with > 1MB file size.
And it is almost 2000 px wide.
Is is shown much smaller, so you could reduce the size easily to 50kB for loading speed!


regards
Michael

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