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I hired a consultant who I met through this forum to develop a template and import links from my current link directory of my 12 year old site Mind Media which uses Hyperseek 1.0 back in October of last year. She did the import for me and developed a template.


The template she developed was never satisfactory as the navigation bar shifts and disappears as screen resolutions get higher so that site is not presentable to the public at resolutions of 1280 or higher widths and distorted at slightly less resolutions. The site has never been rendered as static pages but you can see the dynamic version of the site here.

During the initial phase of the project, the worked closely with me but could never fix the template. The link import did not go well as I had used some javascript in my descriptions and when she imported into Gossamer 3.2, she imported the description into both a short and long deception fields.

My initial impetus in moving to Gossamer was dues to problems I had with SEO with my site on Google. The problem cleared up toward the end of the initial work period so I decided to fix the links one by one by hand over time (I've fixed most of the 1700 plus links by now) and continue to use the old site until I had problems with Google again. Those problems occurred again recently and so I started working on switching over to the Gossamer implementation of my site.

I again contacted my consultant (I will not mention her name but she put a link at the bottom of left hand corner of the site for herself, which is actually part of the problem as it shifts to far right part of the screen as resolutions increase). This person bills herself as a CSS expert but she is unable to fix the problem and has told me repeatedly that there is no problem. I've used third party sites to view my site at different resolutions and the problem is independent of any of my computers or browsers.

Can anyone help me fix the template? I am willing to pay for the work. I paid good money for a non-functional template so a reasonable consulting fee is certainly offered.

Any advice or a work-around quick fix for the problem would be helpful.
Bruce Ehrlich
Mind Media
http://mindmedia.com
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