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    Design Comments?


    I currently run a Championship Manager website and I am looking to change the design or atleast improve current, at present the design is: http://cmaction.com

    the next design I have made is at http://cmaction.com/design/index.html

    and lastly there is http://cmaction.com/design2/index.html

    Can you please state the one you recommend i should use and comment on improvements for any of them, anything i could add change or delete, i need this input, cheers
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    The first design was the best, IMHO.
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    either the first or the third...

    with the first I'd suggest making the big right image a background image with no-repeat, that would make the rounded corners images less visible and look a lot more professional, imo.
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    it is a bg with no repeat, it is a big picture, maybe your browser dont read the bgproperties tag, dpends, what browser you using?
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    I use firebird, I see your body tag:

    PHP Code:
    <body background="/new/images/bg.jpg" bgproperties="fixed" text="#FFFFFF"
    it doesn't say no-repeat, just fixed.. IE is wrong, in this case, I'd think.

    In firebird it just scrolls, in Opera it repeats but is fixed. All in all its not very cross-browser friendly, but should be easily fixed by using CSS, inline or externally.
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    First one, and I agree that you should fix the picture of Figo Perhaps it should be Zidane instead

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