New Website for the Diocese

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New Website for the Diocese

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Hi Wbers
Compliment of the season!

Just lanuched the website i designed for the Catholic Diocese of Minna - Nigeria. I will appreciate your thoughts and feedback, the website is live @ https://minnadiocese.org/index.html

I am still giving a Finishing touch to some of the pages

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It looks nice, but there's a "Learn More" button in the middle of the top picture that doesn't seem to do anything. At least, I think it's a button.

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It looks nice, but there's a "Learn More" button in the middle of the top picture that doesn't seem to do anything. At least, I think it's a button.
Works for me...onclick it takes me to "Our History and Facts"
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On my.mobile the learn more button does not work either.
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alan_sh wrote: Sat Feb 10, 2024 8:17 pm It looks nice, but there's a "Learn More" button in the middle of the top picture that doesn't seem to do anything. At least, I think it's a button.

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Yea I noticed it now. It only works on the first carousel image. Thanks for the thumbs up I will fix that tomorrow
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Good Website. The flaws of the designs were that the font you had chosen which is 'Barlow Condensed' I think in some places is too small compare to the other texts. Along with that the font seems to be too thin and has less letter spacing which may cause problem with people with eye problems so always refrain from using thin fonts try to use sans-sheriff or roboto or something more visual. And your background and foreground color #F5F5F5 failed on the color contrast test the font color is #FFD700 which needs more contrast to pass accessibility test along with button sizing. That is According to Google lighthouse report.

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wwonderfull wrote: Mon Feb 12, 2024 8:58 am Good Website. The flaws of the designs were that the font you had chosen which is 'Barlow Condensed' I think in some places is too small compare to the other texts. Along with that the font seems to be too thin and has less letter spacing which may cause problem with people with eye problems so always refrain from using thin fonts try to use sans-sheriff or roboto or something more visual. And your background and foreground color #F5F5F5 failed on the color contrast test the font color is #FFD700 which needs more contrast to pass accessibility test along with button sizing. That is According to Google lighthouse report.

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Thes are valid points that you have raised here. I shall always bear them in mind. I will be updating the site later this week
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