Assurance Forensic Accounting

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Ben
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Post by Ben » Fri 18. Feb 2005, 05:46

Just went live with http://www.assurancefa.com.

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Post by rk » Fri 18. Feb 2005, 09:40

In Firefox 1.0 is a problem with your design.

The rounded background image was under the menu and the next tablerow.

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Post by brans » Fri 18. Feb 2005, 09:41

hmm looks great (reminds me a little bit of the wcms-backend ;) )

I would really place the search field on the right column, I don't like it at the bottom, it kinda "breaks through" the look of your bottom border.

brans

Post by brans » Fri 18. Feb 2005, 09:45

another great feature would be if you had a dropdown menu.

I think it would really fit into your design! You could maybe just do the following:

onload => hide the submenu on the left (by setting the class to "hidden") AND enable a dropdown so the effect will be the following:

ppl who haven't enabled javascript won't see your dropdown but will be able to access the mai categories as they are at the moment. And if you hide your leftcolumn submenu by javascript, it won't be hidden if ppl haven't enabled javascript.

simple effect: ppl with JS will see a dropdown, the others will see your site as it is atm.

brans

Post by brans » Thu 24. Feb 2005, 09:20

@ rk: same on IE

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Post by rk » Thu 24. Feb 2005, 17:11

brans wrote:@ rk: same on IE
No, IE6 SP2 is ok.
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Post by brans » Thu 24. Feb 2005, 19:49

yes sorry ;-) I have IE running on my computer but I was sitting at my brothers where FF is installed ...

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