No doubt someone's already commented about the Win/IE6 bug--floating
navigation is not flush with your line under the title (instead, floats
probably 20px above the line in my browser).
That aside, the page looks pretty good. I do have two small usability
suggestions (that are CSS relevant):
1. Use styled lists instead of divs in the navigation, utilizing list-style
attribute on ordered lists. If CSS is turned off, the navigation won't make
a whole lot of sense with just the divs (all the text will run together). So
use good structural HTML first, and then style it up.
2. To my understanding, the attraction of using the a:hover psuedo-class is
to make the link more appealing, more inviting. Personally, changing the
underline color doesn't do anything for me--its too subtle. Changing the
font color or background color, or adding borders around the whole link...
something like this is a much better way of indicating to me that I am
hovering over a specific link and should look at that link's text, not the
one next to it. comprende?
(I'm in digest mode, so apologies if someone's already covered these items
and I haven't seen those replies yet).
Stephen A. Fuqua
Daystar Productions | www.daystarproductions.net
(512) 589-7508 | [EMAIL-REMOVED]