[thelist] how does this page look in IE6? - REPLY

Sharon F. Malone sfmalo at 24caratdesign.com
Fri Jul 4 00:09:59 CDT 2003

Thanks Rudy, Gary and Pat. Appreciated the time you took to make a .jpg for me to view, Pat ... and I'll be happy to review your site in IE 5.5. Will keep eyes peeled!

I did some other class changes in my CSS just for this Home page. Was waiting to get feedback before changing the other pages. Before all this came about, the bottom nav looked fine, so I'll doublecheck it for any anomalies.

Sharon F. Malone
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sfmalo at 24caratdesign.com
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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Gary McPherson" <genyus at ingenyus.net>
To: <thelist at lists.evolt.org>
Sent: Thursday, July 03, 2003 7:31 PM
Subject: RE: [thelist] how does this page look in IE6?

> > Evening. Would someone be good enough to test the following
> > page using IE6? I was told that all the text in the content
> > area was centering instead of left aligning, so I fixed it (I
> > hope) by adding text-align: left in the body via CSS, etc.
> > 
> > My only IE browser is IE5.5 (and it looked fine there).
> > http://www.24caratdesign.com/ED/index.html
> Looks fine with IE6/WinXP for me.
> I know you didn't ask for a site review, so hope you don't mind one
> small comment: While your overall design seems logical and easy to use,
> I did wonder about your implementation of the bottom navigation bar.
> Having it's appearance change between the home and other pages (and even
> between visits to the home page as each link is visited) just seemed
> like a strange way to work. Then again, as it's not your primary
> navigation method, it perhaps isn't a big problem at all. Just my
> tuppence worth.
> HTH,
> Gary
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