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Please review my design for a self cert mortgage company

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Hey everyone, I just recently finished a new design for the company am working with, i am still learning webdesign and I would love to get some feedback from fellow web designers
the website is : http://www.self-cert-mortgage-centre.co.uk (self cert mortgage company)


thanks a lot
Nov 18 '08 #1
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clain
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good...!!! you can just just see to the corner images.... it looks uneven.. it looks professional ...!!!
Dec 1 '08 #2

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