A Persian translator's website created by WWB

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A Persian translator's website created by WWB

Post by Rass » Wed Mar 22, 2017 8:56 am

I am an authorized translator in Spain. Thanks to Pablo’s marvellous WWB software I have created and launched my first website in Internet, by myself and it works without any problem. I know it’s shabby, due to lack of my experience; but I’ll appreciate any comment to improve it. Many thanks beforehand.
http://www.rpedram.com

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Re: A Persian translator's website created by WWB

Post by Rebel Studio » Wed Mar 22, 2017 4:33 pm

I'm glad you say so yourself :mrgreen: but hey, all gets better with practice right, look at the more modern websites for reference.

Color schemes don't go well together and few transitions not really from this time, menu looks better if centered in this case.

If i click a link I don't see a menu or a up button, I have to roll back to the top to get to the menu, make a floating menu if you use this kind of layout or a button to go up or both :D

Your social media bar, why is the background white? it now looks like it got pasted on there.

The layout is a bit confusing when I check all links in the menu.

I see it is responsive though so good job on that, did you use breakpoints or the layout grid?

All with all I think for your first time you did your best but it's also a very big project to do the first time, keep practicing. :)

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Re: A Persian translator's website created by WWB

Post by Rass » Wed Mar 22, 2017 6:05 pm

Dear Rebel, many thanks for your kind and appreciable advice. Thank you as well for your patience for going through all neglected details. I'll do all my best to change the design and structure of my site, as soon as the new version of the software is ready. Best regards

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Re: A Persian translator's website created by WWB

Post by Joseph1982 » Wed Mar 22, 2017 7:41 pm

it is not fully responsive in mobile screen size. i checked in 360x640 pixels smartphone.
but that is great work for the first experience. keep going Rass.
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Re: A Persian translator's website created by WWB

Post by Rass » Wed Mar 22, 2017 7:51 pm

Dear Joseph, thank you for your kind notice. It is fully responsive, the vertical width for smartphones has been set at 320. Next time when I modify the breakpoints, with pleasure, I'll take into account your appreciable remarks. Regards

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Re: A Persian translator's website created by WWB

Post by Rass » Sun Apr 16, 2017 1:19 pm

Thanks to Pablo, the Great Maestro's guidelines y taking into account the remarks received from other members in the Forum, such as Rebel Studio and Joseph1982, I managed to rebuild my website using WWB12.0.2. As I have mentioned before I am totally newbie and a beginner in this arena.
There are three breakpoints 320, 768 and 800. It's fully responsive without any problem. Once again I'll appreciate any comment or remark from you to improve my website. It isn't an artistic masterpiece, but a new experience in my educational life. Many Thanks in advance.

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