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Old 06-25-2006, 09:30 PM   #11
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I suspect I have most (some, anyway) of those. It is just that it seems unnatural to me to have to torture lists to do what I want.

Prettiness? Maybe. Or maybe orderliness. Good visual design?
They already "do" what you want. You're merely adding presentation (not behavior).

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Well, I spent 24 hours trying to put together a site for a friend. Take a look.

And please let me know if things do not work (and what browser is involved). Thanks.
Since you ask... my eternal niggle: don't use an active link to the page you're on - instead make it not a link, as a signal where you are.

Apart from that (and - purely content - some things in unexpected places) it looks fine to me.

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(And if, by the wildest chance, you felt like taking a holiday in Vermont, this is the very best place.)
Well, it's good to know I won't have to bring my own personal flotation device.

   
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