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  1. Yeah, if the rats like them, they must be good!
  2. Very interesting! I also noticed before with percentage (NN/Moz) that if you resize the browser width (dramatically - like 50%), the indent class starts to 'kick-in', but at different amounts. From what I understand, the percentage should be based on the containing block (the <div> above?), so I really couldn't figure out why the lines weren't calculating that width the same. Also read an old blerb in a css text about Netscape having trouble with padding as % when using it with float, but it seemed outdated. I couldn't find anything on Netscape's site and didn't test it for myself. Anyway, the page looks great now!
  3. I have two Japanese windows os' in the house and just know the locations in the menu... Don't know what they show for run??
  4. It's just a start, but 'pixels' seems to be working in both Firefox and IE (rather than percentage). I set your indent padding to 15px, and it works fine. That may be a little rigid for you, but i haven't figured out why percentage is acting buggy...
  5. I see the indent problem too(firefox/NN), but could not duplicate the IE choppiness in IE6 or IE5.5 on winxp. I can't get the menu to scroll of the screen though because my display is at 1280 x 1024. Maybe that's why I don't see it... EDIT: Okay, yeah, when I change my resolution 800 x 600, I see the choppiness on the right side of the large box, but only if I grab the scrollbar.
  6. Yeah, I'm on server 50. That peak on the chart is probably from when I linked my home office pic from my site to the forums (wow, the hits!!).
  7. try start menu>run, then type command. See if that works... EDIT: I think Win9x/ME use command, Win2K uses cmd, Winxp uses cmd but command also works... I THINK
  8. StrangerStranger, Good Luck to you on whichever host you do choose, but if you're having doubts, and have some time, by all means, linger in the forums for a while and see the kind of feedback being posted here. Also, I believe there's still a 30-day money back guarantee... I sound like a salesman
  9. Just edited my post to an attachment. What a peek in bandwidth usage! I should have thought ahead...
  10. krieser

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    It works for me in Firefox too. Opera 7.23 works as well (both on winxp). Very cool style on your site! Thumbs Up
  11. krieser

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    Favicon works fine for me in the public_html directory or any of my subdomain site directories. Mine's saved as favicon.ico and works great. Do you have a url for what's not working? Good Luck!
  12. Do we post the picture here? Here's mine... Kris
  13. Thanks for the link btrfld!! The Faux Columns is an interesting solution. I had never been to A List Apart, and found their article on png files interesting. I'll have to experiment with that next. Too bad IE doesn't play nice with anything!!! Anyway, off topic, but Thanks!
  14. Thanks TCH-Mike!!! Thumbs Up I did read this, but have not had a chance to try it. I wanted to backup some data first (which I haven't done it like 8 months). I'm getting CHKDSK running every boot on a partition on my second hard disk. Kind of weird when there's nothing on it except the files winxp put there during partitioning...
  15. I'm not a css wizard by a long shot, but this worked okay for me. Try changing body{ background: #DDD; } to body { background: #CCC; } and add #links{ background: #DDD; } This worked fine for Firefox/Mozilla/Netscape, and worked before the change in IE6, but Opera adds padding/margins to the body (all on winxp). It's kind of a work around, as it doesn't stretch the left section down, but it does give it that appearance. Give it a try and see if that's what you're looking for. I like simple designs by the way, and it looks great!
  16. You should be able to use the same style sheet for both browsers, if the only difference is the transparency. My understanding is that the browser will just ignore style sheet properties it doesn't understand. So you should be able to continue to use : and it should work fine. I've done this with opacity before, and never had any problems (except it not showing up in certain browsers).
  17. Excellent idea... Thanks TCH-Bruce!!
  18. It actually may not be the exact message I got. I wrote down about half the message to research later, and then said 'screw it' and rebooted. I found exerpt in another forum and it looks identical, but the forum didn't really seem to provide any useful feedback. I'm a little worried it's hard disk related since the drive kicked in before windows locked up... Thanks in advance!!
  19. Hey folks! Does anyone know what this message might mean? I got an error like this today, after WinXP Pro locked up and I had to shut off the power to reboot. I've never seen anything like it before and google couldn't turn up anything useful in english. It seems to come up before the OS even starts to load, so this may be more appropriate in the hardware section (although I blame MS for everything). TRAP 0000006 ======EXCEPTION====== tr=0028 cr0=80000011 c2=00000000 cr3=00039000 gdt limit=03FF base=0003F000 idt limit=07FF base=0003F400 cs:eip=0008:8016500C ss:esp=0010:005FBF4 errcode=0000 flags=00010097 Cy NoZr IntDis Down TrapDis eax=0005FC99 cbx=0005FFD8 eox=0000000A edx=004164D2 ds=0010 es=0010 edi=0005FD3A esi=0005FFFC ebp=0005FE1F er0=80000011 fs=0030 gs=0000 From the message, I ctrl-alt-del'd and WinXP ran CHKDSK on two partitions. Any thoughts?
  20. Cool toy Big Gorilla!! I was having similar slow access problems from Japan, but figured it was because I was in Japan. I used Keynote (above) and it confirmed my suspicions - 4 seconds from Japan, .5 seconds from Los Angeles. I would have to say it's lightning fast in the states, but a little slow from where I am. Nice to know
  21. I'm just a newbie, but Welcome Back!!
  22. It may be a slow way, but there are people out there (like my Dad ) who use dialup and never download updates because of the amount of time it takes... At least I can get him current within the last six months (he's never done an update ). I've wanted to steal his computer many times, and take it to my house and do updates, but never could.
  23. Doors lyrics... who would do such a thing?
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