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    HelpingWithMath.com

    http://www.helpingwithmath.com
    This is my website and I've been developing it for about two years. I'd really like to hear what people think of it - good and bad!
    It's aimed mainly at parents of 3rd through 7th grade students although I know teachers and students themselves have found it useful. I've tried to make it as easy to use and navigate as possible. Simple suits me
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    Quote Originally Posted by HelpingWithMath View Post
    http://www.helpingwithmath.com
    This is my website and I've been developing it for about two years. I'd really like to hear what people think of it - good and bad!
    It's aimed mainly at parents of 3rd through 7th grade students although I know teachers and students themselves have found it useful. I've tried to make it as easy to use and navigate as possible. Simple suits me
    i looked around for a while. from what i've seen, it looks like a great site. it needs more material though. or maybe i didn't see everything
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    The default colours are wrong and I think you admit that by having a colour changer on the right. I think you need to play around with the font size/colour a bit more as well. something just doesn't seem right about it, when I look at the page I just see a mush of white a green nothing really grabs my attention.

    Bobak
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobak View Post
    The default colours are wrong and I think you admit that by having a colour changer on the right. I think you need to play around with the font size/colour a bit more as well. something just doesn't seem right about it, when I look at the page I just see a mush of white a green nothing really grabs my attention.

    Bobak
    math IS green!

    ok, i didn't know we wanted this kind of scrutiny as well. i wasn't paying attention to the colors...
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobak View Post
    The default colours are wrong and I think you admit that by having a colour changer on the right. I think you need to play around with the font size/colour a bit more as well. something just doesn't seem right about it, when I look at the page I just see a mush of white a green nothing really grabs my attention.

    Bobak
    Hi Bobak - Thanks for your input.
    I think that I do need to do more work with the background and font colour options. I had added the background changer mainly for those with dyslexia (or similar conditions), some of whom find it much easier to read text with different background colours. I do need to make it work better and I'll be looking into this some more as I do not know enough about accommodating such conditions.
    Thanks again for your feedback.
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