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    New to site design. anyybody help me

    I am already new to web design(both design and coding). I managed somewhat to write a normal , sometimes good templates based on css ,html and some javascript. When I started using drupal, I am afraid to edit anything in the code. Everything I did in admin cms mode(with redymade templates). Then I thought to edit template to create my own sub theme. Then I heard about zen, which is the starting point for all theme developers. I have edited somewhat using images made in gimp. But I couldn't go further. My design looks so weird without any buttons(I tried to add some chrome buttons. But The whole menu line becomes like a tube after adding it). I don't want my first sub theme to stuck down like this. here is the link: http://gangsters.cobra.exofire.net/.
    Now am leaving the sitet in test mode
    Please give me some suggestions to improve the theme(Atleast not looking weird) .Thanks in advance.

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    That link's dead...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SB65 View Post
    That link's dead...
    Remove the ' . ' at the end of the URL.

    To make some more space between your links, try this.
    Edit the backgroundimageURL.jpg path to reflect your background-image for each menu item.

    Code:
    #primary ul li {
    margin-left:5px;
    margin-right:5px;
    background-image:url(backgroundimageURL.jpg); 
    background-repeat:repeat-x;
    }

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