Ye, although you might want to make sure and wait for another member to confirm it as I am not confident. Better yet, why don't you give a call to the iContact guys because they can give you an answer better...
I've found the best way to deal with it all is to keep things as simple as possible for myself.. and to get a solid idea of who exactly I am targeting with my websites..
As far as accessable to anyone.... well... AOL users might not see the iContact site as you intend it, but they can see it and interact with it. As designers we can't unfortunately control what browsers the visitors to our sites use, but we can make sure that the sites at least are functional (if not always perfectly pretty) when they visit. I'd be more inclined to double check whether those with disabilities can use the site..
For guidelines in that area I reccomend these sites:.
As far as dealing with different screen resolutions... CSS becomes your friend, as it manages fluid layouts amazingly..
Few helpful places for fluid layouts and CSS:.
Here are a couple to have things get fancy:.
I believe that the above sites take into account older browsers as well as Netscape and it's tempermental handling of CSS..
Other then those few things, all I can say is that sometimes we don't need all the fancy bells and whistles to make a iContact site that rocks... sometimes less is more..
Good luck, and hang in there...
IE6 is off standards....
And try to make the web page as simple as possible...
Thanks guys, appreciate the help..
I'll post a link to the iContact site once it's done and checked with every browser possible and see what all you guys can find "wrong" perhaps...lol.
I love using multiple frames, and to make it easy on myself as far as creating the code, I use Cute iContact site builder 4 to generate all of the HTML code, then I tweak it to my site's need's. (I don't actually use the software to make the site, just the initial html code).
I know this is kind of cheating, but the way that software has control over frames is really cool and seems to work with most of the more common browsers..
Anyway, I'll see how it works out..
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Please don't use other threads to post new questions, especially ones you have already created new threads to. Please be patient and wait for someone to help you..
Please refer to some of the remarks I have made in your other threads...