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Wex says

Put that <noscript /> bit in your header inside the <head /> tags, but make sure it’s underneath the stylesheet declarations.

As for the navbar problem, I dont’ see any problem in your nav code, so I’m assuming it’s somewhere else on your site. My recommendation is to get your code up to standards, and it should work. Use the w3 markup validator… here.

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Wex says

Flexibility really depends on the template you are editing. If it’s table-less, and CSS -reliant, generally it’s pretty flexible with customizations. You can do your HMTL editing in notepad if you want.

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Wex says

I have no links for you, but common ways people go about long forms are paginating them (splitting it up into more than one page), using more than one column, and even shortening the forms by making optional fields non-existant until a later time (only good for registrations though, I suppose).

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Wex says

Shouldn’t that just be count($food['fruits']);?

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Wex says

Seems like a pretty dirty fix. I’d use a IE7 CSS selector just to make sure it doesn’t effect any other browser:

* html #nav { position: static; }

Change #nav to whatever the actual element is, obviously.

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Wex says

It’s difficult to compete with big sites, especially the ones that are free. The independent sites that I see doing the best are the ones that pick a really big project, and make their entire site based around that single project. Then you can charge $49.95 and actually get people to purchase your product.

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Wex says

Well, if you’re concerned with having no Javascript, add this to your HTML :

<noscript>
<style type="text/css">
#nav li:hover ul { display: block; }
</style>
</noscript>

Make sure you keep the #nav li ul { display: none; } in your CSS as well.

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Wex says
Actually, there should be a pretty easy fix for your hover problem. I’d add this to your CSS : #nav li ul { display: none; }

What exactly do you need help with? It looks like you’ve figured out the image problem.

There is a bit of a problem with the Navigation, but you may have it under control. Your site looks like this on my browser (Google Chrome): Preview

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Wex says

I’m not sure what advice to give you then, since I can’t see your code. Sorry.

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Sure. I’m assuming you’re using some kind of conditional statement, like what was stated above. Instead of using is_home(), just use is_page(), which should be able to be written as is_page('Home') (If not, you may have to replace 'home' with the page id, without the tickmarks).

<?php if (function_exists(s3slider_show())) && is_page('Home') ) { s3slider_show(); } ?>
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