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    I know the url is quite long. I just did a redesign of their site and wanted some feedback on the site. Thank you for your compliments as well as criticisms.

    http://www.propertyinvestorsoftomorrow.com

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    Sorry, added the url for easier viewing.

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    hey triton
    I think your colors are well chosen and the graphical basis is nice. the serif font makes it a bit heavy...
    i had some technical problems with your site
    in firefox the content sticks to the upper border, i don't know if there is a part hidden and unreacheble or if you meant it like that to be. i'd leave a white space to keep it a bit airy.
    in page membership: bgimage is broken by white lines. as it is made of so many little pieces of images the background is charging like a puzzle, one piece after the other. couldn't you find a lighter way?
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    Quote Originally Posted by joz
    the serif font makes it a bit heavy...
    i had some technical problems with your site
    in firefox the content sticks to the upper border, i don't know if there is a part hidden and unreacheble or if you meant it like that to be. i'd leave a white space to keep it a bit airy.
    in page membership: bgimage is broken by white lines. as it is made of so many little pieces of images the background is charging like a puzzle, one piece after the other. couldn't you find a lighter way?
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    joz, thanks for the reply, which font would you suggest??

    I have the topmargin on zero and will experiment with other values to give it some air and see how it looks.

    I don't quite understand what you mean by a lighter way though?? Could you please explain. I'm not very fond of the images coming up that way, but it's how photoshop broke up the images. Does anyone know of a way I can have the images come up all at once?? Thanks for the reply.

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    most common fonts: Verdana, Tahoma, Trebuchet MS, Arial, sans-serif;
    for the background it might be a sollution if you put the beige striped image as bgimage in your first (spanning the whole content) table.
    it can be a small stripe wich repeats itself (if the colors are regular you can't see the repetition).
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