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    This is one of the designs I've been toying around with for our site, but not sure if it will actually get used, but wanted everybody's feedback on it.

    One thing I have noticed is a break in one of the bottom horizontal bars on IE6, which I can't figure out why - it also happens on IE5, I believe, but not on Firefox.

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    It's good. Better than the one in your sig. But try and break up some of that text with pictures, it all seems to be one big block currently which doesn't look good. The navigation have no problem with, perhaps a few more links might be better. Everything else seems fine, 2/5 as it is.

    Oh, and give it a title, I'm sick of seeing "Untitled Document" as the title for web sites!! Such a little thing but some people always forget to do it! :dead:
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    One thing I have noticed is a break in one of the bottom horizontal bars on IE6, which I can't figure out why - it also happens on IE5, I believe, but not on Firefox.
    That could be down to the way that IE alone increases or decreses the size of fonts... View > Text size or Ctrl+Mouse scroll and it will break up the layout.

    I'm not totaly keen on the dull greyish blue background. Maybe experiment with colours a abit more. A darker and higher saturated blue might work, or even a dark shade of red or medium violet.

    On larger resolutions your forced to read entire paragraphs on no more than 1 or 2 lines becasue the text doesn't automatically wrap.

    The top right yellow border is drawing the viewers eyes off the page; it would help to keep it flowing in the same direction around the layout.

    Add the Alt attribtue to images; even if there's no useful information to put just add it but leave the value blank. <img src="pic.gif" ...alt="">

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    You may also be running into a problem with the WIDTH="100%" attribute on your pics. My own counter to that is to do a combination of putting <TD BACKGROUND="(image)" class="whatever"> and defining a background image in the CSS file for it. It's a little cumbersome nad the former is deprecated, but if it works...

    (Note: for every cell you do that with, you do have to put something in there for an image. So put a transparent 1x1 pixel gif in the table cell and you'll be fine.)
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    Wouldn't a [& n b s p ;] work in place of spacer .gif ?

    ps. Game... that has to be the most irritating signature I've ever seen.


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