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hi, please review the new version of www.01site.net content management.

the layout of the site and the content management application has been totally redesigned and a new version of both is being beta tested.

Please also create an account and test the content management application itself, a hosted online cms solution for creating blogs and any other type of website.

please signal any layout/functional anomality you may detect.

Thanks!

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01site.net CSS-based content management

Here's a Safari screenshot... (degraded jpg image quality for filesize upload purposes of course Wink )

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Hi and thank you for the screenshot, I wonder why it looks different from ie (the flash movies in the iframe are too low and adding some space on top).

I tried to fix that w/ hspace="0" vspace="0" but can't see if it works, since the pc I use only has ie installed.

If you could re-check it would be fine ty Wink

Adam

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01site.net CSS-based content management

I'll try to put this gently, but when you are offering tools for developing websites your own site should be an exemplar of robust, compliant coding practices. The list of no-nos here include:
Frames
Ancient (html 3.2) or missing doctype declarations
Putting flexible content into a rigid design so that text resizing flows out of containers
Design breaks in various browsers

On the other hand - I do like the graphics and general visual design - you have a good eye - but the coding isn't keeping up. Consider a makover to a standards compliant non-frame-based XHTML 1.0 strict doctype that accomodates liquid content.

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01site.net CSS-based content management

yes you are right ty, actually it is not a frameset, but a scrolling layer.

of course there are some issues related to validating, but it will soon be fixed.

perhaps I should take another template (more scalable one).