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Draft of first css design - all validated as xhtml strict except one page with tabular data in table that needs some work - only horizontal links at top of page currently working. Checked only in Firefox and IE6, so any other browser checks would be quite helpful. All comments and suggestions welcome.

http://www.airfxsails.com

Thanks in advance,
Mike

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browser check needed

The navigation bar isn't really my thing I would have made the whole square blue instead just the background color of the text (if you know what I mean).

Attached you will find what Konqueror makes of it. It indeed looks fine in firefox.

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browser check needed

May I suggest something like the attached for the center column?

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The wierdest thing in IE on WinXP. The text doesn't scale but the bullet points do Shock .

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Keep those comments coming

Thanks for all the help folks. I'll be making some of these changes. I'll look at the text sizing issue and in using a percentage instead of pixels. I agree also on the top menu bar, it could use a little work. I tried to do this layout without any hacks, but it appears that won't be possible.

A few things I haven't been able to figure out. The layout is breaking in IE5 and my first inclination was to believe that it was a box model issue. however, none of the divs associated with the page include a border or padding. I'm also perplexed by the first line indent that appears in IE - only on the first paragraph.

Anyone have the ability to check it out in Safari?

Ideas would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks, Mike

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Did you have a look at my pics? Safari's there. You need to click something to go to the second page to see it.

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Don't know how I missed it.

Yes, BonRouge, I did look at the images - can't believe I didn't see the Safari ones. They were very helpul, thanks.