I am have some validation problems with the css, otherwise it works how I wan't it. In FF the Wallpapers have a mouse over effect, in IE they don't, and that is the only difference between the two I think you will see.
Think about usability - when a user enters your site, where do they look? How long are they going to take to get to what they want to on the site?
I'm quite tired at the mo, and when I looked at the index page, I couldn't really be bothered to read the blurb at the top, nor your message on this thread (nothing against you! just tired!), and so when I got on to your site, I hadn't really got a clue what it was for. My focus then went to the navbar at the top, and sure, it quickly made me realise that this site was for wallpaper.
I know it sounds silly, but how about making the site exude wallpaper from the home page onwards. Give some wallpaper images on this page - tempt people to click through to more. Also, make the blurb on the home page more 'bitesize' - either reduce the width; make it look more interesting; or get rid of it altogether - is it really necessary?
Anyway, site does look nice, I'm just being overly critical for this review!
Yeah, it's getting there.
Even w/ my preferred screen resolution, you have more room to play with.
The 3 header links you might want to try inline instead of block, so they'll
take up less room & merge better w/ the header.
The header blue could be repeated somewhere - maybe your intro. text?
[Or have an actual h# there somewhere w/ your 'main line' before the text...]
Whoa - the content is a little risque for 7:54 am... although I'm sure it'll appeal to many.
Looks good. I like the banner.
One thing I don't like is the Nav hover effect (to all caps.). There is not enough contrast between the background and text to make this an effective change. Could the text color change to maybe the blue color, so the effect is obvious?
* My screen resolution is set at 1680x1050
* I'm accessing your site through a T1 line
* I'm probably viewing it using Firefox (unless browser is specified)