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I have now made this site live, it has been Validated and tested in Safari 2/3, FireFox, Opera & IE 7.

Seems to work fine in all of them but I maybe missing something, also I took Chris's suggestion about the next font size up and the site now handles 1 size up anything more and you lose a bit of text.

Site: www.singleframe.co.uk

Please Note: The only page which is not currently live is "help & support", this is still being written.

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Just the Web Design section

Just the Web Design section : I'm guessing the diagonal jaggered effect isn't something that can be smoothed out? Also, is that a different Portfolio section in the bottom right hand corner (viewable only in passing when going from e-commerce to portfolio)?

FWIW, aside from that IE7 and I like the site and give our :thumbsup:. Good work!

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LOVE IT!!! The site is

LOVE IT!!! Laughing out loud The site is beautiful and the functionality is incredible. It's interesting that you chose a different color for the web design page. But it works. I've seen the position changing before on the backgrounds, but normally it's left to right, and not diagonal. I'm not sure if I like being able to see the other content pages, but I think it's such a refreshing effect, that it probably works anyway. The ONLY comment I might have is that the top nav leaves a bit to be desired, when you have such an incredible design otherwise. I'd have to say the same about the contact page. Perhaps a few more iconic type images?

On the home page, the border is both dashed and underlined. Was this intentional?

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Was just about to post a

Was just about to post a note pointing out the overlapping footer. Made a screenshot and everything, but alas, it has been fixed in the last 2 minutes. I guess your fixing it up at the mo?

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You can reach the second

You can reach the second part of the portfolio by clicking the link at the bottom of the first page. I could not decide where to place the continue link.

Also I think the "Jaggered" effect you mentioned is restricted to IE 7 all other browsers handle the effect just fine.

Thank you all for your comments.

Could you please let me know which browsers you are viewing the site in.

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I was checking it in

I was checking it in Firefox. Checked in IE6, and everything seems to be okay in the web design section, except for the images in Overview and Design that have transparency are not transparent.

On the home page in IE6, the introduction content disappears. And the bottom footer on the wedding page is smaller than it should be. Same for the contact page.

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Thanks Amanda, once I have

Thanks Amanda, once I have the Support page out of my head I'll see what I can do with IE 6.

As regards to your comments about the top nav and contact page: I feel Contact pages should be kept simple as this is how the end-user is able to get in touch, also my site will be used by the general public as well as company bods, so I have to cater for everyone.

The top nav has had many different looks throughout the building of the site and I just felt keeping it simple worked much better than having any graphical elements involved.

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except for the images in Overview and Design that have transparency are not transparent

Not quite sure what you mean here, all the images have a reflection with 45% opacity.

Again thanks for you help and time.

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Thanks Amanda, once I have

Thanks Amanda, once I have the Support page out of my head I'll see what I can do with IE 6.

As regards to your comments about the top nav and contact page: I feel Contact pages should be kept simple as this is how the end-user is able to get in touch, also my site will be used by the general public as well as company bods, so I have to cater for everyone.

The top nav has had many different looks throughout the building of the site and I just felt keeping it simple worked much better than having any graphical elements involved.

Also:-

except for the images in Overview and Design that have transparency are not transparent

Not quite sure what you mean here, all the images have a reflection with 45% opacity.

Again thanks for your help and time.