could you post a screenshot of what you see please.
just to see if it 's the same vision of mine.
yes tanks,thats what I wanted
I agree with what sappho said appart from:
I like the grey font...it isnt difficault to read, and looks less "in your face" than black
It is far to large to fit on many people's screens. Sizing the graphics down a bit would help a lot.
I like the overall look to it but agree that it must be downsized (by alot)
I think scrolling should be avoided as much as possible, especially horizontal.
Is your website anything like a blog? If you're making a blog, look at some of the other blogs out there and the premade layouts. Use odd colors like brown and blue together, blue as the text color and brown for part of the background. Try to make your graphics a little more attractive. Anti-alias them. Bring them up to date. Scrap the patterns. Find a nice background with some flare in it and merge it into the background. Try to make your website look like it has a meaning, a purpose. If you aren't very good at creating graphics, consider doing some tutorials for whatever program you're using. I don't think Adobe Photoshop runs on Linux, though, does it? I guess you're probably using the Gimp. Anyway, Clearly outline the important parts and sections of your website. Your site should be clear, sharp (as in precise), but not blurry. Blurry textboxes and images should be minimized. Avoid horizontal scrolling at all costs, because not all mice support it, and some would rather not be bothered with it. Take a thumbnail of your screenshot and link to it to have it open in a new window instead.
That's what I "thing".