I am in the process of upgrading and redesigning my website. Any ideas, comments or criticism welcome.
A goal without a plan is just a wish.
IE 6 works fine, with the "order online" at the top. The flash shows, and so forth. I don`t usually use IE, preferring FireFox, so I`d surely consider the above commentary!
I do agree, though, that text in boxes (table cells) should be top-aligned. That`s the currently accepted standard, and it just looks better.
What`s knocking the computer and browser off their throne? The culprits are all around us. They`re devices that we`re already using. For example, any web-enabled cell phone or Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) can access the Internet and call up a public site, just like a computer-based browser.
These trends are having a profound effect on the still-young field of web design. Barely a decade old, web design has entered the "not just for computers" phase.Web designers are now using techniques that adapt web page content to any device, be it large or small. The goal is to create websites that are available to a wider audience, and to enable website visitors to accomplish tasks faster.