WEB Feedback needed on page design and CSS structure

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  1. M3Driver

    M3Driver New Member

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    I just started on it and I haven't gone too deep into CSS before so I want to make sure its all good.

    Over the upcoming months this page will be the base layout for about 30 total.

    Excuse the lack of content, this is it for the testing phase.
     
  2. nice that it's liquid. not too big of a fan of the design though. coding in both the html and css are nicely structured.
     
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    Right on - I should add that as far as design goes, it is a corporate site and not meant to be flashy - I wanted an elegant and clean look.
     
  4. it's not that the design is bad. it just looks a bit outdated to me. i guess i've been looking at too many web 2.0 gallery sites lately :o
     
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    Did you click through to the corporate page and our current design? I think the last update was 1998 (seriously)
     
  6. definitely a step up from the old one
     
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    Yea the guy that did the old site has all sorts of PERL and other BS hardcoded to the servers, and with a ridiculous amount of independent pages that have to be updated individually, it is a nightmare.
     
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    What CMS are you planning on running the site on?
     
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    your CSS and XHTML don't validate, they also break on Firefox and Safari on OSX :run:
     
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    CMS?

    Forgive me, but beyond the basics I am pretty much a noob
     
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    Yea I am trying to figure that out - its all in the table I threw in the footer right?
     
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