Taking a look at your code you have a way to go in terms of semantics and 'proper' coding, so although you did not ask I'll give you a few tips anyways
Firstly, remove the comments before the doctype. This will cause IE to render in 'quirks mode' giving you all sorts of problems when you try to build a cross-browser compatible site. You're using HTML 4.01 Strict, which is good, but that also means you do not need /> to close those meta tags in your head section.
Next up... your navigation. Because you are listing
the links to the other pages of your site, you should really be using a list
(i.e. <ul> with <li>'s for all of the links). This is what we consider 'semantic' code, or a paragraph should be in a <p> tag, a list in a <ul>, a heading using the <h#> tags etc. etc. I can also see that you have 4 classes, as well as an id for this list... and for some reason you have put the whole thing in a, <h3> tag even though it is not a heading, and then put each link in it's own <p> even though they are not paragraphs! You could simply this to ONE <ul> with an id, and a bunch of <li>'s for your links with a class to style them.
If you validate your page you'll see some errors that need correct, which I have actually sorted above. But also, I can't see a closing </html>, which doesn't seem to affect the page, but I'd put it in if I were you.