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  1. All right. I'll download Opera (something long overdue, probably) and take a look at it then.
    Also, just a word of advice: don't put exclamation marks at the end of every word in your footer.
    EDIT: I've looked at it in Opera, and I can see the problem that you're talking about. I've no idea as to why it looks like that though. Although one suggestion for how you can create that style of categories would be to make an unordered list containing all of those categories in list items. By making all the list items float to the left, it'll make a grid-based layout. And by setting the <ul> parent to have a specific width, you can have a limited number of squares per row. (IE the number of squares you want multiplied by the width of the quares as the width)
  2. I've gotta say that I really just am not seeing the issues. I look at it in Firefox and IE, and there doesn't seem to be any issues to it, as far as I can see. Can you be any more specific about these issues, and explain what they are?
  3. [a href=\"http://www.interaktonline.com/\" target=\"_blank\"]http://www.interaktonline.com/[/a]
    I know, I know, I've extolled them quite a bit, but their extensions are simply of the highest quality I've found for app development. It costs a bit of money, though it probably is worth it in the end. Judging from your post, it seems that you want to use a MySQL join, and this lets you do it fairly easily.
  4. I'm not seeing that issue. It may be that on the front page you don't have a scrollbar, and on the subsections you do.
    Now, visually, it looks like a fairly clean, simple news site. My only issue with it is the fact that it uses tables for a very simple design.
    As for that special report-type section, make it a different colour as the menu, maybe giving it a caption of Special Report: The World Cup.
  5. Also, as to making your content private: it's really just not a very good idea. People will visit your site and join if they feel that it's interesting; forcing them to sign up for a few pages of content just isn't something that people enjoy.
  6. I won't even comment on the "real browser" thing.
    Now, no matter how the site looks, I've got to say, it probably won't work out. No one would want to trust all their passwords to a computer on the internet run by someone they don't know. Common sense. I really just don't see this as something that could work.
  7. Well, I'd comment on it, but (and this is no offence to you or your skills), I doubt that you could really change it. You're using a pre-made theme there, and while it isn't an ugly one, it is terrible against your header graphic. I'd go into more detail, but there is really nothing to be said here. Just a site with a pre-made portal and a pre-made theme.
  8. Either that or you can make a div that surrounds everything else in the page code, which you then assign the width of the background image, and then give margin: auto; within it's style declaration.
  9. Next time you want us to review a site, it would help if you would include a link in your post.
    Well, ignoring the tables, the invalid and illegible HTML and CSS code, the pointless ASCII art at the top, the fact that in Firefox 1.5 it stretches wider then the screen, and the Vincent Flander rule about not judging personal sites, it isn't that bad.
  10. At the start of all my CSS code, I tend to use this:
    [code]* { margin: 0px; padding: 0px; } [/code]
    This way, I'm the only one who specifies padding and borders.
    Is the background image shorter then the <div> itself? If it is, try making it smaller.
    If that doesn't work, try giving either element either a negative top or a negative bottom margin.
  11. NO! Don't do that! What clear: both; does is it forces the element to stack below the previous element. When you use a method like [a href=\"http://bluerobot.com/web/layouts/layout1.html\" target=\"_blank\"]this[/a] one, the clear: both; will push it down below all the floats.
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