Perfect sense. If I got a raise at work everytime I've had to say "This wouldn't be an issue it IE6 didn't exist." I'd be making a very nice salary. IE7 is leagues better, but I'd still like to see a quick and complete takeover by Firefox & Opera.
Thanks guys. I made it less XHTML + CSS2 compliant and more IE6 compliant. All is well.
When I have time, I'll shrink things down so they fit in a 1024x768 screen. I sized this for 1280x1024. I refuse to make the images any smaller -- I HATE when I go to a photog's site and they have these tiny 300 or fewer pixel images, so I'll have to re-arrange to make it work.
Probably I'm going to pop the next and prev. buttons into the upper block with the button that goes back to the main page.
Shawn, when I turn this into an actual application instead of just pure HTML, I will have thumbs on the side.
Jason, why not develop the page at 955x600? This way it is sure to stay within the restraints of 1024x768. When you use a size of 1024x768 you are not taking into consideration for the start bar or the browser menu bars. So, 955x600 is generally the standard.