to proof the copy.
Some color choices for fonts are a bit hard to read, e.g., the 'Sitemap' menu and the bottom of the page.... 'Lemon Tree beauty salon luxurious treatments', etc..
If you need help with changes please post in the Solar Sentinel forum.
To see what a website looks like depending of the screen resolution, I use mozilla adds-on such as : window resizer (but it does not work with firefox 3.5.2) or web developper.
Also, if you don't have on your computer chrome, opera, safari... you can test your web site on every browers on that web site : http://browsershots...
Can someone do me a favour and open my site http://www.lemontree.net.au on their mac with Safari and let me know if it is rendering properly please.
I have tried on both my macs and it seems very broken but is fine on firefox on mac and pc fine on ie 7 and 8 So I am not sure if I have a strange cache issue or if it actually is broken in Safari...
Cheers PJEM, the background is a little clumsy as it is just a single image background 1600x1200 so hence it changes depending on screen resolution.
There are better ways to achieve the same result that is not resolution dependant, and we will be doing that soon, and will post the CSS changes.
on-line store you would know how hard it can be to achieve market reach and again the content helps a lot in gaining exposure within the market.
On our salon side of things we are already page 1 for all our main targeted keywords in our niche market, so yay too that.
Thanks again for your comments..
@ Marc - I totally agree with you on the background on the rockstories it has been on my 'to do' list for some time I must get around to changing that.
The transparencies it is a big hassle, first we change the images frequently and it is pain staking to cut out the backgrounds so they are still sharp, suppliers never have good images to work with...