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    hey guys

    let me know what you think, the good and the bad

    thanks
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    Design is pretty good.

    Although you're missing the big red image in FF!?

    Good stuff otherwise!
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    Haha! I caught flashes of the red image in Firefox and went `hmm, that's interesting' last night. [minicode]img[/minicode] elements are block-level, so you can't just text-align them to the right. Well, except you can in IE, because IE fails life. Or at least the specification.

    Anyway, point being, your easiest way out would probably be to give the banner div a margin-left equal to the width of the background image and a margin-right of 0.

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    The Good
    I love the colors; they accentuate the natural color of the walnuts. The nav is simple and intuitive. The pictures are very sleek and I commend you on the creative use of cropping on the pics.


    The Bad
    As stated above, the red image in the banner is missing in FF. Another thing about that banner: the text is jaggy. Either smooth it out with some antialiasing or use a heavier font weight.

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    Oh, that is why I thought it looked kinda funny. I was wondering why the images just stopped. It looks better in IE with the red image.
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    thx guys

    image issue fixed
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    Just tried to view it... and it says it cant find it! Is it just me?

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    Loaded for me... I did notice a definate lag before it did load, though...

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    Really nice design. Extremely professional. Good work!
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    Yep, now that that red image is fixed, it looks great. Maybe add something in the navbar to indicate the current page?


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