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Use tables only for displaying tabular data which is what they are for.
Use <div></div> to manage the structure of your page.
I can see 3 (4?) different fonts being used in this layout. Maybe reducing their number would make things look more consistent.
Whenever this discussion comes up, i always point people to the famous (or rather infamous) quark logo controversy: :)
you need to adjust this bit on line 27 (in bold below) as it is causing everything to shift towards right.
What Centauri says. CSS-based drop-downs like Suckerfish are the way to go.
And they're not difficult at all once you learn a bit about html unordered lists and CSS.
SVG file imports are definitely supported by GIMP, however to export files as SVG from GIMP you'll need to install this plugin:
I just googled "coffee cup free clip art" and came up with results which contained some good ones which were also free to use.
If you use a Dreamweaver, it also provides a browser compatibility tool which allows you to test your webpages and reports on any potential issues. Though not perfect in any way, it does a reasonable...
If you're using jquery on your site, then you can use jScollPane to create cross-browser compatible scrollbars.
Your page has got plenty of MS-office specific tags, which conflict with web standards and seriously need to be removed if it has any chance of rendering consistently in all browsers.
Will second what the above poster has said about using XHTML 1.0 Transitional.
W3C's validator is the defacto industry-standard tester of web code and its best to stick with it instead of relying...
You can easily do it using CSS.
Sitepoint features an excellent tutorial on how to create fancy form fields.
although there are plenty of tutorials for spotlight available on the web, however this one is my personal favorite (disclaimer: No, it isn't my site. :) )
Before i comment on the web design, i would like point out that the logo looks alarmingly similar to that of feedburner. Google which owns feedburner these days, won't be too happy to see that.
960 grid system is quickly becoming the defacto standard for modern web design. Visit the following link to learn more about it and to download templates which would assist you in developing web...
You can find some plotting and charting software on the link below, however i am not sure which one is the right one for you.
You can plenty of gorgeous looking jquery-based slideshow scripts on the link below:
If i am not mistaken, you will have to use HTML DIR attribute to set the direction of the text from left-to-right to right-to-left. Read the following for further info and examples of this attribute....
Try Aviary, an amazing online vector and image toolset.
Here's a step-by-step tutorial on how to create rounded corners of images.
Also features a video tutorial:
There are several ways to go about it:
b) if the images aren't photos, then you can stick all of them in an animated...
I believe Irfanview is what you are looking for:
Basically what you're describing is what a membership site does.
You can create one by yourself if you know a programming language llike PHP or ASP.net, or you can buy a stable, feature-packed...