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    Hey All-

    Can I get some comments on a "redesign" I'm working on for a client? The beta is up at http://216.53.143.145/beta.asp and the original is at http://www.searchgreatskin.com/

    As you'll see, design-wise it's pretty much exactly the same. If you look at the source however you'll see that I've tried to clean up some of the nested tables and other non-essential markup in the original and this is my first official foray into an XHTML/CSS style design for a client. So comments or suggestions are encouraged.

    Also, in IE for Mac, the width and placement of the pink footer containing the copyright stuff isn't being restricted by its container div. Although I'm slowly but surely winning him over to Firefox, my boss uses IE/Mac a lot so I'd like to polish that up if possible. Any ideas?

    Thanks in advance,
    Mike
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    Not bad...

    Might want to change the <meta contents=""> to <meta content=""> so it's actually read, and also seems like you have two id="wishlist" on that page.

    As for the IE5/Mac issue, look into something called the "band pass filter" You can more or less specify a separate stylesheet for IE5/Mac using the backslash hack. IE5/Mac is a pain, but if your boss uses it, perhaps you should convince him to switch. Show him that msn.com misrenders, and tell him that browser is over 5 years old - ancient history in browser years Until then, you can fix it with that hack.
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    Kyle-
    Good eyes. I fixed the duplicate wishlist IDs and the invalid meta tag. Thanks, I never would have noticed those. I still haven't be able to get the footer area perfect on IE/Mac but right now it's close enough. Thanks again.
    -Mike
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