Netscape 7 on NT4 works (stuck at work - no Macs )<br><br>Design tip: When you get the content done for "Shop Online", have an icon and description for each category (garden shed, flowers, etc.) come up in the content area. You probably were planning that anyway, but with no content, I didn't see the difference between Shop Online and just clicking one of the categories.<br><br>Nice site though! I like that the rollovers get bigger - you are catering to the colour-blind crowd too. :)<br><br>
I think the way it's going to work is there should be some sort of header right under the logo & address that indicates which section one is in...<br><br>But you're right, the 'shop online' section really doesn't distinguish itself in any strong manner- but that's what the client wants!<br><br><br>[color:red]Remember- there's no 'i' in 'team', but there IS an 'm' and an 'e'...</font color=red>
Ok, you're going to have to explain the significance of the link you included in your post....Nowhere in ANY of my posts on this thread do I mention mullets or hairstyles- and believe me, I looked!<br><br><br>[color:red]Remember- there's no 'i' in 'team', but there IS an 'm' and an 'e'...</font color=red>
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