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Re: For the Internet Explorer's inconditionnals
  • 2004/12/23 18:14

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lol I know



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Tips to encourage noob designer
  • 2004/12/23 18:11

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First most beginner designer seem many website will bad and good designs. Of course everyone has their own opinion and want the good one!

Let said you're between age 15 - 17 starting to design website and you seen the professional design on the web and you say "o, it's pro, I guess it's not my age who made that" and these words come out of your brain or mouth will discourage your design.

The truth is, those pro designers are just like you and around your age. They are not 45 years old etc. They did not take 5-20 years at school or career course to learn this.

So don't give up when you see a pro design, learn from them and make change and improvement for a better design.

That's the heart of a designer.

Inspire the design.

You'll be one pro someday.

Look at bad design to know what's bad and don't do it.

P.S. Average age of 15 starting to be a designer is not a spoil brat! It's their goal, their future.

Good Luck!



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Re: For the Internet Explorer's inconditionnals
  • 2004/12/23 17:40

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Thanks but I'm kinda fired my IE6...FireFox Rules!



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Re: Can we run a theme contest?
  • 2004/12/23 17:38

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Run some test on the new registration people to see which they can qualify...lol



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Re: unable to Access Forum Database
  • 2004/12/23 17:23

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Should it be working fine before? What was your last move?



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Re: wf-sections, how to remove part of the template.
  • 2004/12/23 17:22

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I'm not sure if I can remember, haven't work around my XOOPS for 2 months.

I guess you have to edit this file "article.php" in the module>xfsection folder.

There's some note with "//" there, make sure you read them.



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Re: which module?
  • 2004/12/23 17:14

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Organize by Category probably one of those site content management module, the AMS perphaps?

I'm not quite sure because I don't put my link this way. I'm using something call multimenu.



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Re: Site closed for maintenance
  • 2004/12/23 17:10

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Simplely you don't need to do this way.

Look at mine: www.maxmzone.com

First make sure you duplicated your templates and then goto "system" and find the template for siteclosed. Copy and paste into your web editor programs or etc. or you can download the template and upload when done editing.

Save It.



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Re: I Try to post news and get sent to a diffrent web site
  • 2004/12/23 4:00

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I have no idea because it doesn't seem like you are using xoops.



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Re: DHTML drop-down menus...
  • 2004/12/23 3:58

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There's a quite a lot of program (shareware) for your DHTML menu but for lifetime free of use, the source code.

www.hotscripts.com




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