(P.S. - eventually, this week sometime, I am modifying the "Web Design" site that I have linked on there, to have the same scheme as the WebHostingGT site, and it won't open in a new window - they'll link to each other in the same way.)
I'm seeing a gap between the top bar and the graphic. Also, there's a vertical dash line on the graphic. Is that by design?
In your Hosting Plans page, I think you should include Buy Now buttons or use color to emphasize the "- Click price to order -" instruction.
The other page's solid color top banners seem drab after the main page's graphic. How about slicing the main graphic into thirds and using a slice for each of the other pages. This way, there'll be consistancy in the site design. The middle slice for the Hosting Plans page to impart an impression of focused intent. The sky slice for the Support page to imply "heavenly" service. The road slice for Contact Us page to signify your company's solidity. (Man, doesn't all that just make you want to gag?)
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Serialbeggar - yes, the gap between the image and the top bar is by design. if you click to the other pages, you see that it stays consistent and (hopefully) looks professional. also, the vertical dotted line in the main pic is by design as well, it lines up with the dotted line directly below it. i forget where i got the pic... you can use it if you want.