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    Junior Member Raquel's Avatar
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    AllenIversonFantasy.com

    btw, "Rate Raquel's site in his post below (more stars is better)"

    Didn't think a girl would come here? aranoid:
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    Senior Member DanielOliver's Avatar
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    is it me or are you just using a random picture found on the net for your homepage?

    Or did you design it yourself?

    Whoever did it, I wouldnt use if for any homepage. As for the actual site, you cant seem to resize the window in mozilla now sure about IE havent checked it yet. The design looks very random, with a black header and a bit of some poor guys head, then you chop straigh back into white, looks painfull to be honest.

    One thing that really drives up is all of your links lead to another pop up window to another. open them all in the same window if thats all you do please.

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    Ermm...

    lol, I don't know if your having problems with the links or not, but the only one that opens in a new window is "Message Board"

    The window is not supposed to be resizable. And yes I did design the intro pic.
    I wouldnt use if for any homepage
    Ok, glad I'm not you :cheeky:
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    Im not being funny but you asked for suggestions and I gave you some?

    In the future if you dont want people to give suggestions on your site and crtique it then dont ask, only tryin to help, but when I went on your site I didnt appreciate all the windows.

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    Originally posted by DanielOliver
    That was the only link i tried in actaul fact, other dont appear to work.

    Yet you said:
    One thing that really drives up is all of your links lead to another pop up window to another. open them all in the same window if thats all you do please.
    Anyways...:cheeky: Just so you know, the links open new sections in the right hand center part of the window..
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    Junior Member Raquel's Avatar
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    Originally posted by DanielOliver
    Im not being funny but you asked for suggestions and I gave you some?

    In the future if you dont want people to give suggestions on your site and crtique it then dont ask, only tryin to help, but when I went on your site I didnt appreciate all the windows.

    I just downloaded and installed Mozilla (Thank God for Cable) and can now see what you're talking about.

    This is from my website stats:

    1. Internet Explorer 6.x 79.7 %
    2. Internet Explorer 5.x 17.3 %
    3. Netscape 7.x 1.7 %
    4. Mozilla 1.x 0.7 % <---
    5. Mozilla 0.3 % <---
    6. Netscape 4.x 0.3 %
    Total 100.0 %


    I can't honestly care to do anything about it, really :ichatermm
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    More then likely the IE views are from you, but any way, it will pay to make it look good on all because mozilla is a fast growing browser by the day, and soon a lot of people will be using it.

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    Originally posted by DanielOliver
    More then likely the IE views are from you, but any way, it will pay to make it look good on all because mozilla is a fast growing browser by the day, and soon a lot of people will be using it.

    Nedstat doesn't count my own hits to my website.

    And when Mozilla reaches 10%, I might care to do something about it.
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    Part of the reason your site appears horribly in Mozilla is because your HTML syntax is wrong. IE lets bad HTML slide, but other browsers stick more to the W3C specs. An example of improper sytanx is at the top of the News.htm page.
    Code:
    <html>
    <head>
    <title></title>
    <style>
    <!--
    body {scrollbar-3d-light-color:aqua; 
    scrollbar-arrow-color:aqua; scrollbar-base-color:Aqua; 
    scrollbar-dark-shadow-color:Aqua; scrollbar-face-color:White;
    scrollbar-highlight-color:blue; 
    scrollbar-shadow-color:aqua; }--></HEAD>
    
    </HEAD>
    <style>
    <!--
    A{color:#000000;text-decoration:none;cursor:default; behavior:url(pixel.htc); 
    filter:progid:dximagetransform.microsoft.pixelate(duration=.6, maxSquare=10,
    enabled=false);
     height: 0px; font-weight:bold }
    A:link{color:#000000; text-decoration:none; font-weight:bold ;}
    A:visited{color:#000000;text-decoration:none;font-weight:none; font-weight:bold ;}
    A:hover{ text-decoration: none; color:0080ff;cursor:default font-weight:bold ;}
    -->
    </style>
    </head>
    If you remove the code and just look at the tags, this is what you have:
    Code:
     <head>
    <title>
    </title>
    <style>
    </head>
    <style>
    </style>
    </head>
    As far as the opacity goes, that's not a W3C standard. Microsoft made that up and stuck it in there, along with the ability to reskin the scroll bar. If all browsers made up such features, there would be no consitency on the web today. Lots of people use these features, but just be aware that it can cause problems for visitors.

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    What about the static image background for each section?
    Code:
    <script language="JavaScript1.2">
    if (document.all||document.getElementById)
    document.body.style.background="url('rightpicture.jpg') white bottomleft no-repeat fixed"]
    </script>
    How would that be fixed?
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