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  • READ THIS BEFORE YOU ASK FOR A REVIEW OR POST A REVIEW

    Have you taken the time to review another member's site? While it is not mandatory to review the site of another member before you post your own, it is good etiquette to do so. You might also find that both the staff and other forum members may be more eager to help you out if you have been helpful to others yourself.

    Even if you feel that your own talents are limited in web design, most web surfers have seen enough websites to know what they like. You may rate a site based on content, design, cross browser compatibility, load time, neatness, creativeness, usefulness, or by any other criteria that you see fit.

    Don't get personal when reviewing a website... you may find you do not like a website at all or parts of a website, and you can say that, but stick to the facts about why you do not like it and try and suggest ways to improve it.

    If your website recieves a critical review... try and be objective about the comments and not take them personaly. It's the website that is being reviewed, not the person or persons that made the site.

    If you're a beginner... it might help to state that when asking for a review.

    Thanks for taking the time to help your fellow member.

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    There might be people lurking the review forum that will contact you about making you a website or offering you their services. Please report them to any of the forum moderators. Include their member name if they are a member or an email address and the PM or email you recieved if possible. They will be warned or banned from the forum if necessary.
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