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Background colours in Firefox/explorer/safari problems

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Hey evrybody!

Got a small problem:
In my site (teddybp) i have 5 pages...
In explorer the background colour works on all the pages, but in firefox the background colour is white on 3 of the 5 pages!!

its not very pretty, and the html code is right, i think!! :tazz:

please help me :)
And come with comments for the site.. Its on Norwegian, but i think more about the layout!! :)
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add the # sign in the bgcolor attribute


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Site comments:

Shockingly green, teddys not happy by the look of it :tazz:

Buttons aren't very clear either.
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I don't like the redirection at all, I wanted to look at the teddy bear some more :tazz:

Anyways, the actual page looks quite unfinished. If you have a solid, straight image, it's often a given that you need a border.

I don't like the green you chose for the overall colour scheme, personally I would've gone with either a grey or the yellow-green of the teddy bear, or both. Don't like the green background either, I think a white background would look more professional and cleaner.

The green and white stringy background thing on the header looks aweful, and someone did a very bad job cutting out the teddy bears, I can still see white around the ears.

The rollovers, a very good idea I think, but somehow it looks a lot uglier than it should. Maybe you can have a semi-transparent picture, so you can see the picture but you can still see the teddy bear in the background. That way you don't lose the shape of the bear.

I really love the teddy bear (can't you tell? hehe), thumbs up to whoever designed that, but I think it got ruined some by the webpage design.

I saw this code: onload="MM_preloadImages('file:///Macintosh HD/Users/Ellingsen/Ny layout/..." are you sure you want to use file:/// ?? That doesn't seem right...

You have some minor mistakes in coding, you can see them here http://validator.w3....hovedsiden.html
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