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    Here's my website... rip it to shreds :D

    So after literally a few months of pondering, coding, cursing, coding, forum surfing for HTML snippets and more coding, I'm pretty sure I've reached a decent and affective website design. There isn't a whole lot of art, but I'm working on that For now, it's hosted on my school's server, but I've bought a domain name that points to it...

    http://www.tacoart.com

    I'm looking more for comments focusing more on functionality than aesthetics, but I'll take what I can get.


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    Well, I know you'll hate to hear this, but it works great in Firefox but NOT in IE, and 80% of your clientele will be using IE. Not all people searching for artists are willing to download a new browser, so functionality in the top used one is key.

    But besides that, I really like the design. It's simple and grey and easy to navigate. Your art stands out and that's what matters. Nice work on that.

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    Wow, a table based website that specifically doesn't work in IE....
    You sir, have some serious talent.

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It worked nice in both Mozialla FireFox and with Internet Explorer
+ Opera , however, set the border to zero on your thumbnails and it will work
great!!!

Nice website , good design, easy to use, art on first page!
Awsome!

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    Well, I know you'll hate to hear this, but it works great in Firefox but NOT in IE, and 80% of your clientele will be using IE.
    What problems are you specifically experiencing in IE? I had some problems in IE earlier and I thought I had fixed them (works fine on my comp), but maybe I'm wrong... I changed some JavaScript around, so please check again and let me know if the results are different.

    Dile- I set the image borders to zero. Figured it wasn't totally necessary to have them after all. Thanks for the input!

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    Perfect, taco. Looks like you fixed the problem. Works fine in IE now.

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