I'm back from NYC and ready to tackle this issue. Thanks for the help.
The problem I'm having is not the location of the main window, but the location of the "REGISTER" button within the main window.
Here's a new image to show you what I mean...http://ragandbone.com/bloggerimages2008/20...utton_issue.jpg
This may seem like a small issue, but our customers are calling to say they need a login/password. When we tell them they have to register first, they ask us how. We point out the Registration button and they seem oblivious to the fact that it's right there on the page.
I understand their confusion, the registration button is hard to see.
So, the question is: How can I manipulate the design of the registration/log-in page?
PS: Option two would be to have a splash page (index.html) with direct links to either log-in or register. However, our customers would have to see this splash page everytime they visit the site. Its a clunky alternative to manipulating the login-registration pages, but maybe a last resort.
QUOTE(Katt @ May 18 2009, 10:45 AM)
Ok I just started looking at the code anyway, and there are a few things that might cause unpredictable results in some browsers (although it's working fine in my browsers):
The <head> section of your html is messed up. I'm unable to find a way to edit the head section (I wish I could but I think MC hides it from you) so you'll need someone at NS to look at this. It has the title and stylesheet links outside the head, no doctype declaration, and no charset declaration. After the <head> section is fixed, if you're still having trouble with it, post back and I'll look at the rest of the code.