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Hi I have nearly finished coding the home page and i have a certain stitch effects as a div class that spreads 100% but the way i have set it up im unsure about would just appreciate somebody to run there eyes over it and see what they think and if anything would be better off to let me know. Would appreciate it.

Also any criticism on my coding would be appreciated. Thanks

http://www.alpha360.co.uk/posh

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An IE check would also be

An IE check would also be appreciated as I'm on mac. Thanks guys

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Looks ok in IE9, seems to

Looks ok in IE9, seems to display the same as Firefox 8.0a1. No idea about current versions of Fx Tongue

I know the club logo is black and yellow but I'm not sure about the bright yellow text and black background - it hurts my eyes to look at. That might just be old codgers like me, who I'm guessing aren't your target audience!

Stitching works, however the bg-image moves when you resize the window, not sure if this was the effect you were going for?

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