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  1. look at the bottom of the fancybox style sheet, you will see a section that looks like this: /* IE */ #fancybox-loading.fancybox-ie div { background: transparent; filter: progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.AlphaImageLoader(src='scripts/fancybox/fancy_loading.png', sizingMethod='scale'); } change all the src locations for the alpha image loader to an absolute reference, ie http://www.mysite.com/images/pic.png
  2. Hi Sarina28 I am sitting in South Africa where we have relativly slow internet speeds and I got to say, that page took an absolute age to load. Once it is loaded, it is very pleasing to the eye, although I am not sure under normal circumstances I would have waited to see. Looking at your picures I would think it is possible to slim it down without loosing to much of the feel you have created. The first thing I would do is find or make a repeating wood tile of about 200 x 200 pixcels. Currently yours is 1500px high. Then I would divide the sack and leather background into three pa
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