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krusty
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Although this design is far from complete and was originally intended to try a tableless design i'd like your comments on itscoding. The links are dead, there's dummy text and I think it's all a bit cramped but my main concern is regards the div positioning and formatting. Rip it to pieces and shame me if ya like but i'd still appreciate your comments!

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Happy New Year from a newbie btw!

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What's everyone got against

What's everyone got against tabs? :?

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Remove the XML prolog, then

Remove the XML prolog, then we'll comment Laughing out loud

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OK, done that! I've had a

OK, done that! I've had a look at the site on IE5 at work and the sidebar is pushed below the main div. Is this a padding/margin issue? This is far from a finished layout, just me getting my head round CSS (or not??!!)

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Ditch the centered text, it

Ditch the centered text, it doesn't work on the web. Swap it for left-aligned or fully justified.

Page resizes quite well, always a good sign Laughing out loud

You have quite a superfluos amount of divs in there, see if you can cut that down.

Your sidebar on the right may be better marked up as a list? or definition list?

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