I'm trying to figure out what it is I'm even looking at... there's like an incomplete/half loaded image that took a minute plus to time-out... some incomprehensibly tiny text and lines that show up on hovers for Christmas only knows what... Oh, is this a SPLASH PAGE? Here's a tip, LOSE THAT! Splash pages went the way of the dodo a decade ago for a reason; you want people landing on the site to land on CONTENT -- you don't have that.
There seems to be something horribly wrong with this site -- it's like all the images only half-load. I'm drilling through page after page and not finding anything resembling content...
What browser DOES this work in? No go in FF, Real Opera or Chrome here. Images not loading, some weird hover animations that make text flicker and impossible to read in the millisecond it's visible... Do I dare peek under the hood?
Well, I see we need a stick to scrape the bootcrap off. Do yourself a huge favor, and axe that buggy broken bloated inaccessible nonsense. You need a 100k framework to make a page's CSS, you shouldn't be styling a website.
Nonsensical heading orders, endless DIV for nothing, run-on inline-level that should have semantic block-level's around them...
Very much what I expect when I see a HTML 5 doctype, and no that's not a good thing.
Since it doesn't even work here, I'd toss it and start over. There's nothing worth even trying to save from that.