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  1. bassetman

    bassetman Moderator (deceased) - Gone but never forgotten

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    I did notice one was working in a seperate window for me, but it must have been painfully slow. I didn't notice a change till I brought the window back up later.

    John
     
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    Here is a anigif example that you can make. One advantage is the other images can be loading while you start viewing. THey are large and probably too big for anything short of high speed connections.

    The sound is a bit of a mess there these days.

    http://www.uwascuba.com/feedback.html
     
  3. deuce

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    The one that is only the image works.............you have to re-load the page for a new image to appear. Could be a disadvantage, maybe not......... but definately is nice that it is so simple and small in size.
     
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    those 2 pages look good in IE and Mozilla/Netscape @1024 X 768

    However in opera 6.05, there is a minor border problem next to "film night" and in opera 7.01, some of the cells are overlapping each other, but besides that the pages look good.
     
  6. deuce

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    Thanks.......do you know how I can fix it?.......or is it worth fixing?
     
  7. Shadow2531

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    I'll let you know, when I get a chance
     
  8. deuce

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    Well I just checked it out with Opera 7 and I see exactly what you mean. The features page seems to be the worse.
     
  9. Shadow2531

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    I am checking it out right now with opera 7.0.

    I can cure the overlapping borders by using css to set the first 3 squares to have a 0 pixel border width. It's actuall the top border of those squares.

    Of course that affects the look. I'll figure it out though. It's probably a glitch that opera hasn't worked out yet, since opera 6.05 almost displays it correctly.

    Just have to find away around the glitch, but it's probably opera's fault, but if I figure a way around it, I'll let you know.
     
  10. Shadow2531

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    I really couldn't get it to work right in opera, so I started from scratch.

    Here is the page

    http://home.tbbs.net/shadow/tsgforums/iacclub/club.htm

    The page works in IE6, Opera 7.01, Opera 6.05, Mozilla 1.3b, and Netscape 7.01.

    In netscape 4.8, it's close to perfect, but that's easy to fix by using non-css attributes. Of course it will cause the page to not validate correctly. Netscape 4.8 is ancient and doesn't handle new-age standards well.

    Yep, the page is XHTML 1.1/ CSS2 compliant.

    All you have to do is get use to CSS, tweak the borders to your liking and add in your pics and iframes. The border colors are specifically defined because netscape and mozilla complain if you don't define them.

    to check the validation of the page go to http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=http://home.tbbs.net/shadow/tsgforums/iacclub/club.htm

    and to check the css validity go to http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/...me.tbbs.net/shadow/tsgforums/iacclub/club.htm

    Anyways, use it if you want to, tweak it, learn from it; whatever you want. (just don't tweak it in front page or you will kill it)



    :cool:
     
  11. deuce

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    Hey thanks alot Shadow I appreciate it.


    Ok I finally got the picture thing to work out. I haven't put it on the main page yet because I can't get some border or size issue to work out, but the images finally load. I'm working with it here to try and work out this size thing first before I put it on the main page.

    http://www.csbsju.edu/iaclub/default_temp.shtm

    Each time you load a new image is retreived. If anybody wants the script for this let me know and I'll post it.
     
  12. Rockn

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    Better slim some of those random pictures down a tad...the Great Wall took forever to load.
     
  13. deuce

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    Yeah some of those might not even be used.......but what is used will have to be trimmed. I have some better ones around here that I have to scan yet.
     
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