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    Need site check please

    I would appreciate a check of my web site, particularly on Windows browsers (I have a Mac).

    I realize it may not render too well in older browsers (IE 5.5 - and NN 4.x -) but will be addressing that soon.

    http://www.aero-dynamic-web.com/testpage/index.shtml

    TIA.

    Ted

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    Looks good in both Mozilla Firefox 0.8 and MS Internet Explorer 6, plus it's valid XHTML - what else could you want?

    Nice one.

    Adam

    Edit: oops, minor point: you have used an & instead of an & which the XHTML validator only comments on but the CSS validator refuses to accept. It's a minor point, but you might want to sort it out.
    "If youíre not using valid HTML, then you havenít created a Web page. You may have created something else, but it isnít a Web page." - Joe Clark

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    Hi Adam,

    Thanks for the response and the kind words.

    Funny, I'm not seeing an & other than the one in the byline on top, and I have that coded as & amp; (no space). Could you please let me know where you're seeing it?

    Also, I validated each page in W3C and got no warnings.

    Thanks.

    Ted

    Never mind, I found it. It was on my home page.
    Thanks for the sharp eyes!

    Ted
    Last edited by aero; 04-14-2004 at 01:39 PM.

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    everything works, i found though that using MS-IE 5.0, that your bottons on the left moved more towards the right of the page, and untill i moved my mouse on each of the buttons they where out of place.
    fabioDRN.com

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