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Well... I completely reworked the navigation bar.  Still looks about the same, but I like this one way better.

It would be nice to have a few people report how well everything loads... especially in IE.  The rollover buttons tend to flicker sometimes in IE, although I only experienced that once.

Also, for some reason the site loads great in FF for me, but in IE it's really spotty.  Might just be my settings though :shrug:

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All done with css

I can be more specific if you want...

damns, I didn't know you could do that much with CSS. All I've ever used CSS for is to change the scrollbar color and make different classes of fonts and tables and stuff....

As for being more specific could you just tell me real fast how you did it, or just paste the code for it and I'm sure I could figure it out with the help of google  :D .

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home page menu code... (different on other pages, but gives you the general idea)

<img src="images/home_p.gif" width="140" height="40" border="0" alt="Home" />
<a href="demos.htm" class="nav_img" id="navdemos"><img src="images/blank.gif" width="140" height="40" border="0" alt="Demos" /></a>
<a href="catalog.php" class="nav_img" id="navcatalog"><img src="images/blank.gif" width="140" height="40" border="0" alt="Catalog" /></a>
<a href="links.htm" class="nav_img" id="navlinks"><img src="images/blank.gif" width="140" height="40" border="0" alt="Links" /></a>
<a href="feedback.php" class="nav_img" id="navfeedback"><img src="images/blank.gif" width="140" height="40" border="0" alt="Feedback" /></a>
<a href="survey.htm" class="nav_img" id="navsurvey"><img src="images/blank.gif" width="140" height="40" border="0" alt="Survey" /></a>
[/code] CSS...
a.nav_img {
display: block;
width: 140px;
height: 40px;
a.nav_img:hover {
background-position: 0 -40px !important;
a.nav_img:active {
background-position: 2px -38px !important;
a#navhome {
background: transparent url("../../images/navhome.gif") no-repeat;
a#navdemos {
background: transparent url("../../images/navdemos.gif") no-repeat;
a#navcatalog {
background: transparent url("../../images/navcatalog.gif") no-repeat;
a#navlinks {
background: transparent url("../../images/navlinks.gif") no-repeat;
a#navfeedback {
background: transparent url("../../images/navfeedback.gif") no-repeat;
a#navsurvey {
background: transparent url("../../images/navsurvey.gif") no-repeat;

image: (note... single image...)


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damn dude, when you don't even want to upload an 11 MB file at your house you know your ISP sucks  :-| . Oh and nice site by the way!

It is an old Dway story, only good for surfing the net. And very little other work.  :coffee:

Looks good,  the simplicity makes the site move very quickly and flow slothly. Very nice.

And damn , your Dway is whoopin my dsl! 14 kbs.. nice lol

I wish, like he said once in a blue moon.

Wanna trade .s1 ?  :lol:

Nice and clean php.  :thumbsup:

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