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There's only one problem. With the push to CSS templates, you have a great many designers, who’ve created tableless CSS templates that break if they’re being viewed in anything less than the latest browsers.
AOL uses a broken version of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 5. If your template can’t hold up being viewed by an AOL user – it’s useless.
I’m assuming of course that you want your site visited by the highest amount of visitors you can get. Since AOL has about 30 million users worldwide, I wouldn’t be so quick to dismiss them, no matter what you think of AOL.
If a template can pass the AOL viewing test – and you’d be surprised how many can’t, then I think about using it in site production. The problem with new CSS template designs is so bad, that I finally bought a professional template, and use it for all my sites.
Good designers are Siteground. And Joomlashine.
Making sure your template works using a majority of browsers is something you should get right before you start your project.