Hi, new member, new site, and also (sort of) new to web design. Website: N/A I've made a couple of personal websites before, once as a class project in high school, once for a personal website later in college. I'm more of an artist than a web designer, but if I was going to showcase my work, I preferred it be within a space that is also my own. Unfortunately, as perfectionism will have it, I can't seem to settle for simply just taking something like freewebs.com and using my artwork in their templates. That said, I'd only ever dealt with HTML before. And the second time I made a website, I went the easy way and used Photoshop(slicing) and Dreamweaver. I...did the same thing here, only to find that creating drop-down(pop-out) navigation bars were not possible in just regular old HTML. I basically learned CSS overnight specifically for the navigation bar. And for some reason it won't work. Which is odd, since it works in both the Live View of Dreamweaver and when I preview the site through Firefox. I'm not sure why the hosted version doesn't work properly. If anyone could advise me on that, I'd be quite grateful. Other than that, while the rest of the site(other pages) are not actually available yet, I would definitely welcome some critique on the outcome I have so far. Incomplete though it may be, I figure I may be better off if someone catches my wrong-doings early on before I go finish a million pages of template cloning. Any suggestions or warnings when it comes to creating the actual content(image galleries, flash, thumbnail-to-hosted-image-linking, etc.)would also be highly appreciated. ...I kind of came from the geocities era, so I'm probably really, really behind on web languages. This is the first time I ever used CSS, and I find it daunting that webdesign even requires more than one language in the first place. So, if any technical or higher-than-HTML lingo comes up, please use such with the understanding that I will probably require a brief explanation or a reference. Thank you for your time and patience.