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  1. #1
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    Need feedback before implementing CMS!

    http://dev.hipercom.no/public/hipercom2004/html/

    The whole site is coded in and validated XHTML1.1 and CSS. I've checked for compatibility in IE, Opera and Moz, but I don't have access to Mac, so if somebody could gimme feedback on that, it'd be appreciated.

    Furthermore, no javascripts used in the menus either...just some CSS majick

    Last chance to do any changes before implementation of CMS. Since it's in Norwegian, here's an explanation:

    Top menu: Mainpage, Campaigns, About us, Contact us, Sitemap (duh), Site search (Søk)

    Left menu: Webshop, Internet access, Webdevelopment, Services, Product solutions

    The lime theme box will be a spotlight for a number of different and/or related products, and I also have it avaiable in red and orange as well.

    Right menu:
    - Domain search
    - ADSL search (to check if you can have ADSL)
    - Related products (Se også)

    What I want feedback on:

    - Colors
    - Fonts
    - Structure
    - Mac compatibility
    - Any other comments

    Thanks in advance
    My site:
    DWPG.Com
    Where I work:
    Hipercom AS

  2. #2
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    i checked it quickly

    looks great on Mac OS X 10.3 for:

    NN 7
    Camino
    Mozilla
    Firefox

    but is unusable on IE 5.2, screenshot attached.
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  3. #3
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    ok...now wthat's weird...


    ..but then again IE in Mac ain't good..
    My site:
    DWPG.Com
    Where I work:
    Hipercom AS

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