Re: check this site again, Please

"basilisk" <basilisk@xxxxxxxxxxx> ha scritto nel messaggio news:tfednVDTW5pfzcHVnZ2dnUVZ_ojinZ2d@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Hi, Guys and Gals

I've corrected a lot of the problems that everyone
was good enough to point out a couple of weeks ago.

Hi, you can see here
a little part of your site to show you how it appears on my computer.
I am using IE7 (but it is the same using Firefox 2.0)
My screen resolution is 1680 x 1050 pixels.


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