On Fri, 28 Dec 2001, Daniel J. Cody wrote: > any ideas???? > > some examples and screenshot > > http://www.geosolutions.com/about/headers.htm We-ell, my vote is for the second header displayed, with the following changes: 1. Put a heavy outline around the part of the upper-left ellipse that's inside the notional canvas, suggestive of a drop shadow without actually being one. 2. Saturate the rest of the greens. 3. Enlarge the nav type slightly, and reset it in mixed case. 4. Change the color of the tab holding those links from burgundy to a terracotta (read: suggestive of colors one might see on a topo map), perhaps with embellishment (faux contours?) in the same vein. Preserve the existing contrast. Whee - too many times I watched GIS specialists scratch their heads about how to get their data on the Web, back when it was too primitive for anything to be genuinely affordable. Good luck, -- Ben Henick Web Author At-Large Managing Editor http://www.io.com/persist1/ http://www.digital-web.com/ persist1 at io.com bmh at digital-web.com -- "Are you pondering what I'm pondering, Pinky?" "I think so, Brain, but... (snort) no, no, it's too stupid." "We will disguise ourselves as a cow." "Oh!" (giggles) "That was it exactly!"