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Hambone Lewinski 6:46pm, 13 June 2008
This is version... um, something less than 1.0. Nothing is automated, it's just straight HTML. I just wanted to get something on the 'net before my show opens.

Let me know if it looks like crap on your computer.

www.jnovek.com

Jason
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Hambone Lewinski 10 years ago
FYI: It doesn't work at all in IE. I know how to fix it, but I can't until later on today.

Jason
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manley.josh 10 years ago
maybe a dumb question, but how do you make a website that doesn't work in IE?
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K. Praslowicz 10 years ago
The build being aimed at a larger res then my wicked awesome 1024x768 on my work computer adds some side scroll. My my favorite thing, but not all that damning.
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K. Praslowicz 10 years ago
maybe a dumb question, but how do you make a website that doesn't work in IE?

In my professional experience, You make websites that don't work in IE by using xhtml @ CSS2 standards and compliant code
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manley.josh 10 years ago
"In my professional experience, You make websites that don't work in IE by using xhtml @ CSS2 standards and compliant code "


aaahhh...that makes sense. :-/
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K. Praslowicz 10 years ago
Perfect sense. If I got a raise at work everytime I've had to say "This wouldn't be an issue it IE6 didn't exist." I'd be making a very nice salary. IE7 is leagues better, but I'd still like to see a quick and complete takeover by Firefox & Opera.
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Barrett 10 years ago
IE can go crawl off somewhere and die.
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For a quick html job it looks good.
It might be more appealing if you had a thumbnail gallery and attach each thumb to it's full size image
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Hambone Lewinski 10 years ago
Thanks guys. I made it less XHTML + CSS2 compliant and more IE6 compliant. All is well.

When I have time, I'll shrink things down so they fit in a 1024x768 screen. I sized this for 1280x1024. I refuse to make the images any smaller -- I HATE when I go to a photog's site and they have these tiny 300 or fewer pixel images, so I'll have to re-arrange to make it work.

Probably I'm going to pop the next and prev. buttons into the upper block with the button that goes back to the main page.

Shawn, when I turn this into an actual application instead of just pure HTML, I will have thumbs on the side.

Jason
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Hambone Lewinski 10 years ago
Thanks for you input, guys. Hope to see you @ the show tonight!

Jason
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JustinSinks 10 years ago
Yeah jason, i like it. See you there!
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Hambone Lewinski 10 years ago
I've made some improvements. It still doesn't fit in 1024x768, but only in the height. The whole image fits on the screen, but you have to scroll to get at the nav buttons.

Jason
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Jason, why not develop the page at 955x600? This way it is sure to stay within the restraints of 1024x768.
When you use a size of 1024x768 you are not taking into consideration for the start bar or the browser menu bars.
So, 955x600 is generally the standard.
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Karl W. 10 years ago
Speaking of websites I'm trying to get www.limed.us back up and running. I've done it before but can't seem to figure out how to get my style sheet to link up to my website properly.
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Hambone Lewinski 10 years ago
Shawn,

It is now 900 wide. I'm not keen on doing the 600 high, as that means that I'll have to scale my images down.

Jason
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Shawn Thompson - Lake Superior Photographer Posted 10 years ago. Edited by Shawn Thompson - Lake Superior Photographer (admin) 10 years ago
Your current portrait images are 500 high so why not put the next and previous to the left and right of the images?

Just curious, that is all.

Scrolling to see the rest of the image and to find the next/previous links is annoying.
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