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How's it look in the browsers? On my computer, it works well with Firefox and IE 6.0.

Any suggestions, as well? Wink

I am going to be attending The Ohio State University this fall as an incoming freshman, majoring in Computer Science and Engineering.

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Just checking...

I would suggest that you get the page to validate if your going to have the links at the bottom. I see that your still insisting on using the <?xml version> line ??? do you really feel it's better to have IE6 render in quirks mode? (as discussed in old post) still it looks ok if not a little gray Smile but there are differences between IE and FF layouts, have you tried seeing how IE renders in standards mode?

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Just checking...

Oops! Dreamweaver accidentally took out the end tags for the breaks, meta, and input tags. I'll fix that immediately.

And I'll check it out in non-quirks mode.

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Just checking...

Strangely enough, and I have no idea why this is, mind you...

When I take out the xml version thing in the top of the page, the left navigation links all functionality, and the page pretty much doesn't work at all. Any help with that one?

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Just checking...

are you going to add any colour to the site?? looks a bit dull

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Just checking...

If I remove the version line the links seem to be fine they are all still functional it's just the content area boxes that have a alignment problem in IE6 standards mode adding a bit of top margin to the #stretcher div helps there , not sure whats happening with the links though.

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