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Working on a redesign eliminating tables and replacing with CSS. Would like comments on the
design/layout
color scheme (bear in mind that the school colors are purple & teal)
likes/dislikes
browsers/resolution
Anything else you can think of...
Redesign: http://www.tcsnd.org/fred/tcs/default1.asp
Current design: http://www.tcsnd.org

thanks in advance for your thoughts,comments,suggestions

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Hi

But NOT the content or ethos eh?

Anyway, it LOOKS OK.

Trevor

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ClevaTreva;
Certainly you can comment on the contents or ethos Smile

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Looking clean and tidy.

Just a little problem with the Javascript menu in Firefox
If you scan the mouse through a menu item (top to bottom) the submenu will stay open. It is possible to have all the submenus open at once.

It's not what you do it's the way that you do it.
So do it with STYLE
http://www.s7u.co.uk

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Stu;

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Just a little problem with the Javascript menu in Firefox
If you scan the mouse through a menu item (top to bottom) the submenu will stay open. It is possible to have all the submenus open at once.

Yes, I've noticed that in Firefox... it is not a javascript menu per se but a css one... I've tried getting this little problem resolved but to no avail Sad
Might just have to live with it...

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it is not a javascript menu per se but a css one

It may use css for it's style but it uses Javascript to display that style. Without Javascript enabled it wont work.
I have Opera set up without Javascript just for testing and the menu doesn't work. Wink

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So do it with STYLE
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You're correct... my bad... it does use onmouseout and onmouseover