Good question... I dunno what is the right answer to your question. I'll do some Googling and get back to you if I discover an useful answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably can answer it..
Yeah I ended up just going back and starting it again to make it netscape freindly. It Wasn't that hard really as I had spent a lot of time making the layout very versatile for future updates, one day's hardcore work. But I have learned a valuable experience from this one that I've been told from the word go, Design with both IE and Netscape in mind..
The main problem I had is that Netscape is not so forgiving as IE on broken cells being too eratic within a single row. So remedy this I just broke the image up further into more a simpler alignment of straight Rows..
It took quite a bit of fidling with Nescape to figure that why it was not breaking up the cells in the same way and now thta I know I'm sure to benefit in the future..
Look at it now.
The code and some of the slice addresses are still being updated but it all works and looks nice...
There are more.
In the new version, than in the old one???.
Same advice as before (.
All attributes, add.
Tags, check all.
Values, etc) but you also need to check how to use the.
Function correctly as well...
Nice layout tha_Gsheep. I intend to design my sites similiarly in the future since that type of layout(with the sliced background image) seems to be popular in my part of the world. Like Giz said though you have some errors that should be taken care of. Most are just repetitive so there really shouldn't be that many. I think I saw somewhere where harmless looking errors can cause trouble with the web spiders. Good luck with your site...