Some people update their browser to IE 7 and find they can no longer edit tables. To get tables back you need to enable scriplet support in your browser.
Go to Tools->Internet Options->Security->Custom Level->Allow Scriptlets (Enable)
Note that scriptlets are disabled by default, even if your site is registered as a “trusted site” in IE 7.
Good navigation on a website is one of the most critical parts to having a successful presence on the internet. Steve Krug’s book, Don’t Make Me Think is one of the better publications on the market that will help anyone in web development understand how to make a website better. A user that doesn’t have to think about where they are on your site or sift through too much text or have to have a heiroglyphics manual on hand to decipher your icons is a happy user.
Do you think you need to redesign to have a good site? Think again…Gerry McGovern’s article, Web redesign is bad strategy is an article that points out that a website should be managed as a process and not a project. Websites are now considered a consumer’s first point of contact with the business/institution that they are interested in. Gently morphing your site into a continually more efficient entity will BOLDLY inform your users (especially your most loyal ones) that you care about their experience with you.
Reexamining your site’s priorities as they interact with the evolution of your goals may only result in small tweaks here and there. Usability studies, email tracking, etc. should be part of an overall strategy to build a website that can be all things to all users. Knee-jerk reactions to the needs of the few should never outweigh thoughtful, well-researched modules that will add to a greater enhancement of a more than critically useful tool.
Know your users and know your business and you can have a great site too!