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 on: April 27, 2008, 01:27:33 pm 
Started by GeekSlayer - Last post by GeekSlayer
Hey Folks!
Could somone please take a look at my website, and show me how to fix this?  It looks great when I use FireFox, but when viewing it via IE, my images do not show!
Thanks!

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 on: April 20, 2008, 09:09:28 pm 
Started by Michaela - Last post by GeekSlayer
Welcome Michaela.
Heres to wishing that you stick around! 'Cheers'!

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 on: April 14, 2008, 11:07:31 pm 
Started by GeekSlayer - Last post by GeekSlayer
I like to keep things simple and easy, so I'll keep things short!
This Forum was created for one purpose.  To recruit as many 'scripters' as possible in order to bring what we consider to be an awesome website to life!  Here is what my partner, guitarcrazy087 has to say about our vision:
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Ok, so heres what this forum is about. It's really only the first step in making a full fledged website dedicated to CSS (or possibly any coding language used for web-development). What we're looking for now, is people who are willing to pitch in, and get this thing off the ground.

Here's the vision for the future site as of now:

1. A site with members accounts. Once logged into the site, they can access any part of the site from the home page... (i.e. forum, members pages etc.)

2. The site would contain a forum for everything related to CSS (or possibly other web-development languages).

3. The site would have chat rooms so you can get help from anyone who happens to be online at that time, and they can help you work through things step by step. So any user could start a room about their problem, and if anyones online, can get help from them. I don't know if it would be possible to build in a voice chat as well, but that would be cool.

4. Each member would have they're own "web-page" which they could use for:
A. a portfolio of their work. Also, users could rate other members work and comment on it.
B. They're own tutorials. users could also rate tutorials, and comment on them as well.
C. and of course their profile could be displayed
D. every user could edit their pages theme.

5. a link exchange. For suggesting other sites with good tutorials, and for swapping links on sites. this could be done with a forum, but i'm thinking of something a little different. possibly you could search for sites that are similar to your own, and swap links with them.

6. Website reviews. Just like on any other forum basically

7. website competitions. these would be for things like, whose site is the cleanest, most user friendly, most-hip site. If a user won a competition it could be displayed on their "webpage." i'm thinking that for the website competitions they would be a separate page of the site, not just a topic on the forum, and would possibly function differently. like the page with the entries on it would simply contain entries (thumbnails of the sites or something). not everybody's comments on the entries. then you can click on the entry, and see every body's comments and ratings as well as the official judges ratings.

8. A search, and not just any search! i'm thinking you could search for competitions, users, tutorials, forums, chat rooms, possibly website reviews, and of course the link exchange. so you could search any one of these categories, or the whole site, and also search by author, rating, etc.

9. A point system, or something along those lines. I'm thinking users get points by winning competitions, posting in the forum, and possibly by the ratings on their portfolios/tutorials. I by no means am thinking of a Karma System. Anyway, with these points the users could by "ad" room on the home page of the site, or possibly elsewhere. All the ad would be is a link to their site, and possibly a short description. Just a note here, this site would be "ad free" - no adds from external websites...

well, that's basically it. unless someone adds something. If you have any ideas or suggestions, please post them. We're open to anything. If you interested in coding for this project, tell us in the other boards in this category. Any help or suggestions are appreciated!

Thanks a ton!  Smiley

Joe.

As time went on, and we began to loosen up a bit, the idea of adding several more boards, ie.,"Welcome", "Scripting Languages", "Tutorials", "Geek Shack" seemed like a good idea.  So Now, independent of our main goal,  we are putting forth the effort towards making the Scripters Paradise forum an "awesome" place for anyone who enjoys scripting a place to hang out.  Learn from us by posting your questions.  Give us knowledge by posting your tutorials. 

Welcome to Scripters Paradise!   

     




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 on: April 09, 2008, 08:40:32 pm 
Started by guitarcrazy087 - Last post by GeekSlayer
VERY COOL!Thank You Partner!

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 on: April 09, 2008, 08:31:37 pm 
Started by Arnie - Last post by GeekSlayer
Welcome 'Arnie'!
Please stick around, because this forum is not set in stone.  We initially created it with the focus being on 'GuitarCrazy087's vision for a CSS website.  But as you see, we have added several sister boards. Adding more ie.,
"Programming" is never a bad idea!

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 on: April 09, 2008, 05:46:00 pm 
Started by guitarcrazy087 - Last post by guitarcrazy087
Ok, well, a friend of mine was wanting me to show him how I had made a photo gallery, so I decided I'd just put a tutorial up here. 

Just a note, I haven't used this gallery in quite a while, so I'm a bit rusty.

1. THE PREPARING YOUR IMAGES

Select your photos that you want in your photo gallery.  I've never used the height and width image attribute, so I don't know how exactly they work, so I make my own thumbnails of the images I want in my photo gallery.  If you don't have a program to resize images with, download either the Gimp, or Irfan View.  I prefer Irfan View for resizing images. Your thumbnails should be no bigger than 200 px high or wide, or else your going to have a very retarded looking gallery.

2. THE HTML

Code:
<html>
<body>

<!-- this is where the images will be displayed -->
<iframe src="the url of your first image" name="display"></iframe>

<!-- This is where the thumbnails will appear -->

<table><tr>

<td><a href="your picture url" target="display"><img src="your thumbnail url" /></a><br />Your Caption</td>
<td><a href="your picture url" target="display"><img src="your thumbnail url" /></a><br />Your Caption</td>

</tr></table>

</body>
</html>

And that's all the code!  If you want more images in your gallery, just copy and paste one of the lines in the table and edit the appropriate attributes.

Basically all the IFrame does, is allows you to display an image or web page on another web page.  The "src" attribute that is attached to the IFrame tells it what to load when the page loads (in this case your first image).  The "name" attribute allows you to load images into the IFrame by using the "target" attribute on the links surrounding the thumbnails.

This should work.  If something doesn't work just ask me about it and I'll try to fix it.

Cheers!

Joe

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 on: April 09, 2008, 04:05:10 pm 
Started by Arnie - Last post by guitarcrazy087
Lol.  Well, if we got a Frihost accout (which I'm working on)  then we would have a place for the forum, and the website as it develops.  We'll stick with this for now however.

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 on: April 09, 2008, 04:01:24 pm 
Started by Arnie - Last post by Arnie
SMF seems just fine to me Cheesy everyone uses phpBB...

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 on: April 09, 2008, 03:29:55 pm 
Started by Arnie - Last post by guitarcrazy087
No, I think your right. I didn't know that for a while, so I was assigning mods as I made the boards.  We'll have to take care of that.  Thank you! Smiley

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 on: April 09, 2008, 03:27:55 pm 
Started by Arnie - Last post by guitarcrazy087
Hey! I'm glad to see you here!  I'm glad to see that my signatures working too. xD.  Yeah, that's a good idea about using frihost.  Actually, we could make an account and install phpbb on it for the forum. 

The static welcome to our newest member is just a static welcome to our newest member lol.  Wink

Anyway, have fun with your midterms tomorrow!

Joe

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