Please comment on my Landscape and Seascape site

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  1. joebarrett

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    Hi, I have restyled my Landscape and Seascape website. Now uses both flash and non flash. (Designed using Rapidweaver using a self designed theme).

    Any feedback on content or site design welcomed.
    Joe Barrett
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    http://www.image-space.com/
     
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    looks nice, easy navigable. just get rid of that scrollbar at the bottom.

    btw, when clicking your non-flash website, your free tracker image doesn't load and it stretches out your whole navigation. might wanna fix that.
     
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    Ernie,

    Thanks for that I have stopped the tracker from displaying and that seems to have fixed the delay.

    Which browser are you using. Also can you let me have the page address so I can find the scroll bar you refer to?

    Thanks

    Joe Barrett
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    Ernie,

    I have found out that the scroll bars are caused by my website having an absolute size of 1000px wide.
    I have just tested IE6 and 7 and Firefox 2.0 and I can duplicate the problem you have found. Since 25% of my web traffic use this resolution I need to fix my site.
    Thanks again for pointing this out.

    Joe
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