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Brendan
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I finally made the leap into doing css-based design, rather than the icky table soup I was doing.

Redid my business site using css, to play around with it, and see how writing a good, clean, semantic xhtml doc would make styling it easier. Boy did it!

I have a PC, so while I've gotten it working well on IE5/5.5/6 Win, Opera 7, Firebird .7, I have no idea what horrid problems it probably has in Mac browsers.

I'm interested in any c&c on the site, and particularly bugs that crop up.

Thanks!

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Site Check (Particularly on Macs)

if you don't get a response soon, you can also try www.browsercam.com and sign up for an 8 hour trial account through which you can verify your pages.

BTW you need to provide a link to the site if you need a feedback Tongue

http//melbourne.ug.php.net

Brendan
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Site Check (Particularly on Macs)

:oops: Wow, major oopsie!

Yeah, I've been looking at BrowserCam considering getting a membership. Do people here find it useful? It seems to me it might be a bit slow to actually use for debugging sites. Ultimately I'm going to have to get an iMac or some such in the next month or so just to be able to test my sites.

The url is http://www.kalisti.com/

Thanks!