So, I've done my share of critiquing designs and sites in this forum, now it's my turn to be vulnerable. I'm thick-skinned, (not thick-headed) though, so be honest. This is a portfolio site for a portrait painter that I've been working on. It is basically a side-scroller with a light-box implementation. I've been working over the last months in my spare time, and now am about to launch and then finesse. I realize it should be 'perfect' before launch, but my client wants her old site replaced asap, and is ok enough with the current state of things to put up what is available and then fine tune it over the coming week. Some initial thoughts before you critique: 1. The site currently is ready for testing in FF, Safari, and IE 7. As it heavily utilizes fixed position elements, I will be conditionally adding a seperate IE 6> css that will be a traditional vertical scroller with no fixed elements or png's. As it presently is, just worry about testing in current browsers. 2. As this will be my first time doing an entirely different look for IE, instead of just sparse 'fixes', I would love best practice suggestions. Is it ok to have my IE 6> style conditionally added to the pages after all my other style sheets, thus over writing all of there styles in the cascade? or is there a way to hide those initial styles from IE 6 so the browser doesn't first have to process several style sheets that are just being superseded at the end? 3. The home page content is not finished - it's just sort of place-holder content till the copy gets finalized. Mainly concentrate on the portfolio section and the main interface. 4. For content pages (non-portfolio pages), I'm trying to figure out how to handle information that is too long for the given vertical space. I was thinking some sort of static box in which the content could scroll - like typical flash or framed boxes. But I want a semantically correct way to do this. (Resize the home page to 800x600 to see how the content gets cut-off) 5. I can't figure out why my h3's have a roll-over effect (at least in FF). I haven't spent a lot of time trying to debug this, but it wasn't readily apparent to me. 6. I'm having trouble reliable vertically centering my content divs. I've been trying the top: 50%; margin-top: -200px; approach, but it never works right. I guess that's enough for now. I'll follow this thread and reply with further thoughts. Thanks for helping! test site. current site.