Paul, Your site looks decent in Netscape 6.2 on Mac. I like the colors and the liquid layout. Regarding your structure, I noticed two things that are potentially confusing: 1) I wasn't sure whether I should be browsing in the popup window or in the main site, since they both have their own hierarchical structure and navigation. My instincts were to close the popup and just surf the main, because I'm so used to popups with annoying ads that I now have a trigger-finger when it comes to them. I don't think I'm alone in that camp. 2) On your News page, the arrows were not very obvious to me for scrolling the body text. When I first saw this page, I just thought the blue area at the bottom was cutting off the text. It took me a minute to figure out I could scroll the text within the window. You could make this more obvious by moving the text box up from the blue and possibly adding a border and/or scroll bar column to the box. <TWO BITS> I agree with the others in that you should at least validate your code. It's kind of like running spell-check on documents--you don't need to, but it's always a good idea and could catch something you would otherwise miss. You don't necessarily have to design with Opera in mind, but since it's one of the most standard-compliant browsers it makes a good litmus test for checking your code. </TWO BITS> Paul Peterson > From: "Paul Backhouse" <paul.backhouse at 2cs.com> > > i would like, if anyone has got it - a test run on it with IE 4 on a pc and > NS 6 on a mac - they'er the only 2 browser i haven't got my hands on yet - > and they're the ones im interested in.