FACTS: It is currently impossible to design a web page that will display *exactly* the same across all browsers, revisions, platforms and window sizes. Measures to alleviate these differences, or to cause graceful degradation, do exisit. But many designs do not include them. If a design does not include such measures, it may appear and/or behave *very* differently in some permutations.
SUGGESTION to reviewers: Provide some context that your comments are based on, i.e. *your* viewing browser, version, platform and window size.
SUGGESTION to review requesters: *Before* posting your request (actually, before paying your designer or launching your site), use one of the following tools that "Creates screen captures of web pages loaded in any browser, any version, any operating system, with or without Flash, any window size." You would get a sense of how your site looks like on a wide range of viewers' computers. Pay your designer and launch your site only when you are happy with how your site looks not only to yourself, but to the world.http://www.browsercam.comhttp://labs.adobe.com/technologies/browserlab/http://www.browserseal.com/http://browsershots.org/
Designing a site that displays well for a limited permutations of platform+browser+version+window_size is relatively easy, while designing one that displays well across all (or at least the most popular ones that you care about) permutations is far from trivial. The ability to do the latter is what separates the men/women from the boys/girls in the world of web designers. You will find that only a very small percentage of web desingers, web design sites, or templates will make that claim.