Originally Posted by AlexanderHanff
First off it is just a layout mockup, there are no alt tags or title tags on any elements, there will be on the final version though.
There is no username or password input boxes yet, I was just laying up where they will go.
Also, what abomination of a browser are you using? What ever it is it is no-where near standards compliant. The site renders fine in Firefox2, Firefox 3, Opera, Safari, Epiphany and as far as I know IE7 (although I don't have IE to test it on). Are you using IE 6 or something?
I can't develop for IE because I don't own a single windows computers and therefore I don't have IE, but I do code to the w3c international standards so I would recommend you choose a browser which supports those standards.
I have to code to the standards because I have no way of checking in IE to add extra code to deal with IE quirks.
I am not trying to be flippant and I appreciate the feedback but I can only code to browsers I can physically use and the standards as set out by w3c.
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Just had another look and judging by the fact that you don't have support for transparency in png files, I am presuming you are in IE 6? You really should upgrade to the latest version of IE to avoid security issues or better yet switch to Firefox or Opera which both comply to the relevant standards.
Yes I use Internet Explorer v6 & no I will not move to Internet Explorer v7 it stinks, and I don't like Firefox or Opera neither one of them.
Your site is not w3c compliant go to Cynthia Says
and run a test on your site, and you will see that your site Faileds
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Good look sorting it out, and good look with the new job.