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bebop1065
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This is my first post. Check my site please. I've checked it successfully with: Safari, IE6(NT4), NS7(NT4), Mozilla 1.3.1(Mac) although the center column is low.

http://soulphoto.net

I'd also like some links to a location to enter browser specific tags, if possible.

Anybody got any suggestions?

Thanks,
SPN

Tony
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Check my site please

Hi bebop1065,
Nice clean looking site.
You should look at adding a little margin-left to #lh-col just a couple of pixels.
And some padding to the left and right of the c-col or c-block again just a couple of pixels.

It's better if you can build the site without browser specific tags if you can.

Hope that helps

bebop1065
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Thanks Tony,

I will nudge the columns over some. Thanks for the feedback. I considered some browser specific tags because a buddy of mine mentioned that the site was missing the column on the right.

There are actually three columns.

Now, let me figure out how to implememnt your suggestions!

SPN

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Hi bebop1065,
Try adding margin-left:3px; to #lh-col that should move the left column in a little.
Then add padding-left:3px; to #c-col.

Hope that helps.