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    There's a lot of text in images; that's bad.

    In Opera at least, I don't get a hand pointer when I hover over the home image links. Also fails validation because of the mega-old code you're using in the HTML (left margin, etc.)
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    a bit drab...

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    The mega-old code was the only way I know works in IE6 for iFrame... yeah I know, not a great technology in the first place, but it's just for the countdown image requested by the client, as the pages are all static HTML.
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    Basically OK, just the menu could be a bit annoying for lynx users. Try converting a UL instead, so it cascades as a list in lynx and screen readers (do it in CSS). And on that note, you're CSS doesn't validate, try checking that (forgot the error). Use CSS too for the images, don't use JS. Valid HTML - good. Just try to space out your paragraphs - personally, I'd give a hefty margin-bottom for all the paragraphs and give a line-spacing of around 1.5em.
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