Hmmm. Well, I've looked at the markup for the front page. Quite honestly, it's amateurish at best. (They paid for it?!)
They don't include a doctype declaration, they make extensive and unnecessary use of layout tables, they use deprecated display-oriented elements like <b>, they combine XHTML self-closing elements such as
<hr align="left" />
with code taken from HTML 4.01 such as
<table width="100%" class="newNav" border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0">
And look at this - they nest headings inside paragraphs(!):
<p><h1> <snip> </h1></p>
Basically, it looks like it was put together by a couple of cowboys. It's the equivalent of having your office decked out with shoddily manufactured, second-rate furniture. Excuse me for asking again in total disbelief - they paid for this markup?
I hope for their sakes they are better at doing their jobs than they are at sub-contracting web design.
No wonder they don't want anyone looking at the markup. The whole thing is at best an embarrassing joke and at worst a gross public relations folly.
[edited by: lawman at 10:33 am (utc) on Oct. 22, 2007]