I noticed yesterday that 'some' (cough IE cough!) browsers don't seem to have the ability to process images with a transparent background, so some of you have been getting the images at the top surrounded by an ugly gray box. Hopefully I have remedied that. But I don't like having to do what I had to do. Transparent is my FRIEND.
I'm also thinking I'm going to do away with the top frame, and just keep the skinnier side frame. Does everyone with tiny computer screens agree? I like frames, but I think maybe they make it too difficult to see the main content. Also, I know frames are so part of the past, but I'm still using Blogger to post with (I SO need to get with the program, don't I?) and I don't like trying to design things in blogger - I like using my Dreamweaver.
Anyway, for the time being, we've got a guest in our home (Jeff, the EX chicken farmer, which by the way, the EX makes me very sad and I'm having a bit of an identity crisis for him...) so I don't need to engross myself in webplay. I need in engross myself in some French toast! Cheerio!
EDIT: On second thought, I just got the top frame to shrink to fit the smaller birdie image, and I've changed my mind. I'm sticking with the frames for now unless you all beg me to do otherwise (because your lives depend on the frameset of my blog).