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    http://www.freethinkersmovement.com/ballistico/

    I just created a website for an art collective I'm involved with in Chicago. I'm actually pretty proud of it. I think it's one of my best designs, structurally as well as aesthetically.

    It's a table/css hybrid. All of the content are in div containers formatted with CSS, and the header/menu at the top is contained in a table. It is a little larger than I would have liked, but Café Ballistico liked it, so that's fine. The only reason i didn't do that in CSS is because of how the menu links are off set, I just didn't want to take the time to create a ton of divs when making it in a table format is simpler. It's static anyway, so I didn't think too much of it.

    It's Valid XHTML Transitional and Valid CSS, so I'm pretty proud of that as well.

    Let me know what you guys think!

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    Well, it's nice. Good web site. Can't find anything to complain about nor can I find anything really awesome..


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