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    WDF Staff smoseley's Avatar
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    HTML code is #FF0000
    vB Code is #008800
    [img] code is #008800
    Smilies are #008800

    I'm assuming you did a find/replace on the words OFF and ON recently?

    :-P

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    Irony....

    I was just looking over a redesign proposal I submitted last week. I had been replacing some colors (red for blue) in the templates and used Find / Replace. Now, right on the first page, it says:

    "Website Blueesign Proposal"

    LMFAO - here's to being retarded.

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    LOL
    There and Back Again :Ogre:

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    That's vB's idiotic method of mixing hardcoded words, options, templates, and replacements in an attempt to make a useable page.
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    <font size=7><blink>LOL!!!!!!!!!!</blink></font><br>That looks funy. maybe VB ppl are stupid??

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    No, I set it up so it displays squares instead of "On"/"Off." However vB's templates are so strewn around and has such redundancy that it's hard to find everything.
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    Oh, and trying not to nit-pick, but if you view the profile of anyone with an avater the table background of the first cell repeats, and in announcements the pm and profile graphics kinda look strange. 'Cos they're not formatted in the same fancy way as threads i guess.

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    The squares do not show up for browsers such as Mozilla, most likely because of improper code, just to let you know. I'd suggest going back to YES and NO, instead of having fancy boxes which do not display properly on some pages, such as the edit profile page, as previously stated.


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