We have an existing website, and the code is old. Not looking for a new site design right now - just cleaner code that includes an SEO friendly nav menu with rollover/drop down menus. The website already has a menu but it's old - will be easy to harvest the existing menu items and use to create a new menu using a more modern approach. The primary issue to resolve is excessive use of tables. Since we're not looking for a completely new design, you will still use tables. The trick now is deciphering the current code and restructuring it to accommodate the new drop-down menu code. Currently, the website aligns left in the browser and we want it centered. That part is easy enough. BUT when we adjust the CSS to center the website, the header and footer don't cooperate. This is because of the table structure and use of spacing graphics - it's just a mess. :-) We want to maintain same look and feel but understand we may need to resize a few graphics. Not a difficult project for someone who has strong HTML experience and CSS knowledge. Once one page is figured out - we will use like a template and use the new code on all the pages. So we will do this implementation work.