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I have revamped my site to CSS (and about time too I hear you say!)
Can you have a look and let me know what you think?

http://www.tscweb.co.uk

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Just re-coded to XHTML and CSS - what do you think?

The top banner doesn't display very well in Opera, probably due to a combination of absolute and relative sizing.
On another note, your contact button reads "Contact me" whereas throughout the website the links read "Contact us".

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Just re-coded to XHTML and CSS - what do you think?

Well spotted!! Laughing out loud

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Just re-coded to XHTML and CSS - what do you think?

The picture on the right would be better if it was mirrored, and the screen was facing inwards.

The text-only part, although I'm well aware it's not meant for me, is very gaudy.

I like the buttons, however I feel that the mouseover effect is too similar to the standard state. You could make it a little lighter?

Also, I'm not sure why you have a link to the same website in the top bar.

I'm not sure if the xhtml, css and hosted images are supposed to be in the nav bar (red bit) but they're not.

And if I'm completely honest, remove the dotted borders.

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