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    Sorry, but can anybody help me with my design, please criticise this site, and if anyone is viewing it with IE5+ @ 800x600 please tell me why there is a orange line underneath my links

    The site is: www.geocities.com/dfws2003
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    I don't understand one thing here, why did you make all them images to build that site. you could of done it with just 2 images, 1 being the background of the skulls thing and the other being the name sence you have a drop shadow on it.. Ill look at the code to see if I can find out why there is that oragne line, I like the orange line there IMO....

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    Hey d-force,

    It's cool! Now you just need some more content.

    Have you thought of setting up a flash frame do display some of your drawings? It would be nice to get a little preview of what to expect on the homepage.

    I really liked the transparent frame, so we can see the artwork on the background. I'm a huge fan of multiple levels of transparency. If it's done correctly, it really adds a sense of depth.

    Looking forward to seeing the finished project.
    water, water everywhere so let's all have a drink
    http://www.jimmyolson.ca


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