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    Senior Member Tech0rz's Avatar
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    The design has no tables, 100% Divs. I'd like opinions on design mainly, but also i'd like to know of any browser compaibility issues or any other issues that you encounter. Because i've only viewed it in the latest versions of IE (6) mozilla and opera (7).

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    I like it but for the gradient of the main body part. I think it looks tacky. But nice work on that layout so far. Can't wait to see what it'll look like with navigation and all.

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    I like the typography in the header, but I'm a little wary of the content area. It would be difficult to render any text on it. In general though, it's very attractive, and good job with the divs.
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    Yea i know what you mean about the gradient. I'm gonna change that now. I think it looks good at the bottom but what DCScene said about rendering text onto it was right so i'll keep a gradient just a more reasonable one with fewer colour changes.

    I've also been told that if its viewed in bigger than 1024 the background doesn't touch the bottom, just white gaps, i'll be seeing to that too.

    Appreciate the opinions.

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    There is a gap between the middle and the right border. See attachment..
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    Senior Member Tech0rz's Avatar
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    Can you have another look please megablaz0r? ive updated since that screenshot was taken.

    If its not fixed, what resolution and what browser are you using?

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    same thing.

    background needs to be larger in height for huge resolutions - i'm using firefox in 1280x1024. page looks fine in 1024x768, but the border spacing is still there.

    anything above 1024x768 screws with the background.


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