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So I have a website currently under development.. let me just first say that the domain name is NOT the name of the website or going to have any relation to it..


This site is currently in its early stages of building, and what I need help with is the color..

I can't really find any color for the register box that matches the background, and I'm not sure if these are the right colors to use at all..

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imho you should use a gradient color for that stuff..:) – ArtoAle Jun 18 '11 at 15:19
I'm not sure why, but your site consistently takes a full 12 seconds to render in Safari on the iPad. – David Jun 18 '11 at 15:27

You can find great themes, search for hex colours and any of the themes that contain a certain colour on the site I have linked below - hope you find it to be of use.


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Hire a professional designer. It's their job to build great-looking designs.

Or get a free pre-built theme.

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