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  1. Wow. That really came out bitter-sounding.
    Also, as you might have noticed, the internet is heading more towards those lines, yes. People aren't around to be impressed by your pretty design (unless the whole point is to demonstrate a pretty design) they're there to read your content. Content happens to show up well on a light background. Also, graphics heavy both increase load times and often just don't come out that well. This is all just in my humble opinion, by the way.
  2. Sorry, but that front page navigation system-thingy just isn't very good. At all. It's the kind of thing that makes people give up on a website at first glance.
    Here's an article you might want to take a look at: [a href=\"http://www.webpagesthatsuck.com/mysterymeatnavigation.html\" target=\"_blank\"]http://www.webpagesthatsuck.com/mysterymeatnavigation.html[/a]
  3. Personally? I find your site unprofessional and similar to the style of the late 90's. It's a very graphics-heavy site, and the metallic gradients everywhere is one of my least-favorite design ideas. It isn't bad, but for a different kind of site.
  4. At the very bottom of your element that you're using to contain the result, just put in an empty <div> tag with the style property set to clear: both;. I've also got a link to an alternate way to do it:
    [a href=\"http://www.positioniseverything.net/easyclearing.html\" target=\"_blank\"]http://www.positioniseverything.net/easyclearing.html[/a]
  5. Hmm... Okay, I retract my statement then. I stand corrected. I never did think that there were that many people who used Opera though... Guess I'll have to start testing in it then.
    As for the site, I noticed something: you use image rollovers for your navbar. Isn't that something that you could do much better with CSS? And without so much messy javascript code that Dreamweaver wrote for you?
  6. Two things. One, you're using IDs instead of classes.
    Two, you need to apply a clearfix at the bottom of your block. Just add a div with clear: both; to keep it from sticking out.
  7. That's what it's supposed to do, actually. It isn't doing anything wrong; rather, you are. You need to specify that the dateblocks float to the left of your text by giving them the float: left; property.
  8. I have to say, having text jump a little over when I'm hovering isn't one of my favorite design techniques. It's a good start, but when I look at the header (a nice nature scene) and then go to a grey/black site, it feels disjointed.
  9. You've added some interesting touches to be sure. I wouldn't say that it looks a lot better, but it does look better then before. Which is odd, because I don't see too many new things.
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