10-24-2002, 01:34 PM
Can you check out this site and let me know if there are any problems. I know NN4.7 and lower have issues, I'm designing a txt only site for them. I wondering about macs.
10-24-2002, 03:44 PM
I don't have a mac, but it looks good to me!
WinME & IE 5.5
10-24-2002, 05:13 PM
i say, have the table cells in the navigation be clickable instead of just the link, seeing as that the entire <td> gets highlighted.
looks good in IE6 i will look in opera6 when i get home, unless someone else does.
10-24-2002, 09:14 PM
Originally posted by cg9com
i will look in opera6 when i get home, unless someone else does.
:p looks fine to me in opera6.05
10-25-2002, 09:39 AM
Looks fine in win NT / IE 5.0. Good layout, good, strong logo, nice navigation. In really small windows things get a little quirky, but hey, it fits perfectly in a 800*600 full window, so what the fudge.
I to a look at the links in the "PF website" section, and i think it's a pity those pages use an outdated frames layout with buttons and all. If you feel like it, i strongly suggest working them over into a similar layout as the anniversary site.
10-25-2002, 12:33 PM
Hey, thanks everyone for the look over. I really appreciate it.
Still working on the css and a few other little things to help in low res sites, but seeing as how such a small percentage of users have anything under 8 x 6, it wasn't a top design priority. Also, what ronald66 mentioned was exactly my plan. I posted a while ago with the template. Someone noted that the design change to a mid-volume site might be a little harsh on visitors if it was too sudden, so I'm "easing" into an entire site redesign by using this template for the 20th Anniversary, then in a few months (coincedently target date of the 20th Anniversary) launch the new site with the new design. Kind of a "Look at us, we're reborn" thingy.
If anyone can check this on a mac, I'd really like to hear if this renders well on that platform (although I can see why it would be a problem, but you never know.)
Thanks again all.