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My site is http://www.reiki-seichim-masters-australia.com. I have been told that if I use css instead of javascript it reduce my load time. If this is true, can anyone help me with this. I am a newby so please give me step by step instructions. For the links on my page I would like to retain there appearance and the window size that they open.

 

Any other suggestions to reduce load time would be greatly appreciated.

 

Steve

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What kind of CSS help do you need? The entire site done up in CSS? Basic color changes? Text changes?

 

I haven't looked at your page, so pardon me for being lazy, but can you tell us what you are using JavaScript to do on your site?

 

Thanks for the additional info.

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For Kasey and others, Steve has a lot of java buttons and lines like:

><font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif"><strong>Some text </strong></font>

that could be drastically reduced by using CSS. It's the normal fluff that a lot of editors put in with doing all that on each line instead of just once for a section or, even better, using CSS to define the defaults.

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steve1,

 

I can help you with this. It's not a problem at all. However, I am currently helping someone else out with one of their projects for the next couple of days. Can your site wait that long for transition to CSS?

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