Ah, I had one of those moments yesterday where I visited a website and it just screamed “review me”. About 9 hours later and I finally think I’ve finished. That is, unless I decide to “have a moment” and add to it.
I won’t post the entire review in this post as that would a) defeat the purpose of having a seperate reviews page and would b) spoil it for you, but to give you an idea of what the review is like and perhaps entertain you a little, here’s a few quotes directly from it:
Upon entering the url in my address bar and hitting the handy return key, I am greeted with a lovely poo-brown colour — the kind of colour I find in my niece’s nappy after she’s been eating chocolate buttons again.
I kid you not, it’s poo-brown.
I find it amusing the your visitors get a free plug on the side and yet the people who’ve taken the time to apply to affiliate with you get tucked on a page two-links deep.
Poor affiliate people. :(
In “Background Image” you have a link to a page that will supposedly let me read up on CSS but really is just a page analysing your coloured scrollbars, pointless?
Custom Bullets, amongst your listed instructions that don’t seem to have an opening or closing list tag, gives me a “go (here)” link that’s not actually a link and teaches me how to make a class that I’d then have to apply to every single list item that I want a custom image next to.
Link Transitions — otherwise known as “more proprietary crap”. Rainbow Link Effect — again, proprietary. “Text Coding” — HTML comments in style, more ‘pt’ measurements and a pointless declaration of letter-spacing.
I’ll give you the pleasure of reading the rest of the review on the right page. I would heartily recommend grabbing yourself a cuppa and a few biscuits before settling down to read it though: it’s huge. Have fun!