I think backgound images could work or the pipe character between each link.
To tell the truth the design has a wonderful strong line that does
make it easy to overlook the navigation. I think whenever we put
navigation at the top we run the risk of it looking like part of a
logo or banner. Once you put the mouse on it you are fine. It is just
getting the mouse there in the first place.
You could also put secondary main navigation at the bottom of each page.
You do know this navigation is unhappy with a text resize yes?
>I have laid out a site for a guy and he says the buttons are "intuitive"
>enough. I think they are, but you know the client is always right. Given
>this code, who might I do that?
><li ><a href="why.asp">WHY APSG</a></li>
><li ><a href="benefits.asp">BENEFITS TO YOU</a></li>
><li ><a href="transfer.asp">TRANSFER SERVICES</a></li>
><li ><a href="meet.asp">MEET APSG</a></li>
><li ><a href="faq.asp">FAQ</a></li>
><li ><a href="contact.asp" >CONTACT</a></li>
>Do I assign background images on the anchors? Anyone have any ideas how I
>could make this look more like buttons? Here is the site.
>TMH Web Design
Moira Ashleigh. M.A.
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