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    Just wanted to run this one by everyone. Still a little cleaning of code to do, but this is the look. Any Suggestions? http://www.cjhomes.net

    The client realy likes it, but I always want to hear what other pros have to say. Thanks for ripping it apart.
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    It looks nice, but I see a few strange things. I viewed it with Firefox.
    See the "highlights" on the image
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    Thanks

    That is what I was needing to see. It is because I havent converted it to pixels. There are a lot of % in there still.

    WHO MAKES FIREFOX?
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    Seeing it more and More

    It seems like there are more and more people using it now. Do you have anything on compatibility issues with it? HTML, CSS etc.
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    Indeed not. It's the browser with less comtability issues (if any) available. The problem is that it doesn't serve you too much to make a wonderful CSS design with advanced complex selectors and properties, because still the vast (lazy) majority uses IE, that sucks at this

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    Corporate

    I do more corporate stuff anyway. I would just use it for simple charactersistics . Font, size, rollover color, etc.

    The people I deal with want a clean conservative look. You've seen my work? Right?
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    You can have clean conservative look with CSS, I was only saying that if you want to use complex selectors/properties in CSS, it won't work in IE. But the most common works in IE too.


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