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    Drop down menu on site

    Hey,
    I added a drop down menu to organize all my downloads on my site:http://www.kmdmsn.tk Give me feedback on if that is a good position for my site and if not where should it go? Also i want the links in the drop down menu to open in the "iframe", but on the site where I generated this menu, it didnt have an option for opening the links in a particular new page or what, so if you could please give me the little add on to put in my code please do so. Feel free to view-source of my page and add the code in there and paste the final overall code in a reply! Thanks!!
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    It looks ok up there. I cant think of anywhere that you could put it... It was a good idea removing the two white lines you had across there originally.
    To allow the page to open in the iFrame, you have to set a traget on the form.
    <form action="thePage.html" target="your_iFrameName" method="post" name="formName">

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    Your site doesn't appear properly in Mozilla Firebird. I attached a screenshot.
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    Looks weird in my firebird too, exept different, heres my screenshot
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    Hmm, since I dont have Mozilla, I didnt know about this but it does look fine in the Internet Explorers so I dont know what to do.
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    Hey,
    I have asked on here before what everyone thought needed to be done, but since I have made updates, I would like another second opinion. Should I add more text to the main page? Should I make the BG a darker blue? What about the font style, color, and size? Just please give me some of your very best opinions on what YOU think I need to do.
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    Link???

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    That's weird. Also, in IE 6.0, the dropshadow on the top of your website is left aligned. I had a brief look at your code, and your tags are all over the place. Your <body> tag is your first tag, and you've put style sheet information outside of the <head> tag...there's two errors. You may want to brush up on your HTML. www.w3schools.com is a great resource to learn HTML (among other things). You'll find that IE is more forgiving than other browsers when it comes to leaving a tag or two out. But your HTML leaves alot out, I'm surprised IE is even rendering it properly.

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    whoops

    sorry bout that"
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    I merged your old thread with the new one, because the old one was still very much active. Please keep all requests for opinions on the same site in one thread. That way we can see how it has progressed. If you make a new post in your old thread, it will appear at the top of the list just as a new thread would.


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