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I have recoded my mortgage refinance site with valid xhtml and css. Designing with-out tables can be a challenge but the design is much more accessible and easier to update.

By controlling typography and presentation with CSS, I was able to cut the site bloat by 50%. The site was 4 megs (about 200 pages) and is now right at 2 megs.

Any feedback or optimization tips would be greatly welcomed.

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Take a Look a my first CSS and valid XHTML site redesign

An optimisation tip - don't give folders and pages stupidly long names.

Verschwindende wrote:
  • CSS doesn't make pies

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Take a Look a my first CSS and valid XHTML site redesign

thepineapplehead,

Thanks for the feedback. We know better now but the those pages were created way back.

We provide the best mortgage refinance information and we allow you to ask questions in the mortgage advice forum.