The validator reports this problem: http://www.htmlhelp.com/cgi-bin/validate.c...ougmanic.po.gs/
And although the validator doesn't complain, one shouldn't use SGML comments in SCRIPT or STYLE elements in proper XHTML: http://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/Prope...XHTML_Documents
<link rel="stylesheet" href="style.css"/>
It's good to add a space before the ending slash, IIRC older browsers handle it better then.
The HTML structure can be improved. E.g., instead of
<h4>Welcome to <i>Dougmanic</i>'s</h4>
you should use a H1 heading, and instead of the <I> element you might use CITE
(?). Then style these elements with CSS to look the way you want.
The subheaders look strange without CSS:
Going to the TabsSeptember 28, 2006[ Website ]
--why not add some white-space?
In your style sheet it's good to specify color and background together.
A fluid page layout is more user-friendly than one with a fixed width.