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    http://www.innovatasites.com/

    This site is pretty new. It was up on the 26th of June. I haven't really taken the time to give it a good layout and graphics, but I'm hoping its not too bad as a plain site so far.

    I have two sites I've been working on lately where I did do some good layout. Feel free to give me some feedback on that as well.

    http://www.mshose.com/
    http://www.walkertireperformance.com/

    thanks guys! :rambo:

    Darren

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    Looks pretty good. The calendars are getting popular lately :0
    --Kevin
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    thanks. :-) The calendar on innovataSites.com is an events module drop in from DotNetNuke, so I'm able to add items in the cells of the calendar for upcoming events.

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    Some parts of the site look different in FF and IE like the left column. As for the other two sites there ok. But whats with the filter on http://www.walkertireperformance.com/?

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    I looked at them in Mozilla (aren't mozilla and FF about the same?) and I don't see much of a diffenence. I'm sure I'm missing something.

    there's a filter on walker? what page is that?

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    i don't understand the point of having collapsable boxes

    i can even collapse the content box

    what for?


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