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    3dfa and website

    .....well it wasn't "entirely" built using 3dfa but there's alot of 3fda running around throughout it. Have a look:

    http://www.hookerhoesandstripperclothes.com

    .....and be warned there is a ton of lingerie photos, but it's all pg-13.

    Let me know what you think.

    -J

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    I had a quick look. I think it's really quite good.

    I did notice that when I used my browsers drop down list for the back button, that a lot of the pages said 'home'. I believe every 'button' I pressed puts that as the page name into my browser. No big deal, just something I noticed. I'll probably miss your reply.

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    oh, and i was looking at the christmas outfits, and found a bad link.

    the 'Home' nav on the bottom, goes to a browser error page
    "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage"

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    Thanks for the heads up on the link, got it fixed.

    I'm aware of the browser issue, it's a set of nested Iframes, and that's a commomn problem with the setup I'm using, but I like having people walk through the front door each time they visit. Besides the front page is going to be regularly changed to reflect seasonal products, special sales, etc., so having it seen each time someone visits is a plus.

    As far as the search engine indexing problems, I've linked all the gallery pages from the front page, so it will be indexed well, and then placed a "home" link on every page that has the possibility of being accessed outside of the frame. This link will place the site back into the frames when clicked so the odds of being locked outside the frames are small at best.

    -J

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