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  1. *defiantly uses blogger, because it's simple enough for the other members of his team to figure out without having a five-hour roundtable discussion complete with a powerpoint slide show*
  2. Oh, its no problem. I probably messed up in setting it up, anyway.
  3. Although I have yet to implement Meta tags into my current site layout, I'd say that your best bet (assuming you're using PHP) would be to utilize "php include" to insert it into every page, so that you only have to edit it once if you have any revisions.
  4. Can't say how happy I am about this; the other guys in my team should be pretty psyched.
  5. Couldn't get that one to work, but I finally found one that works, anyway. I never even thought of searching for "force download script"; I'd been searching for "force download php" the whole time. http://elouai.com/force-download.php
  6. Thanks, Bruce. I'll try that out when I get home from work.
  7. I recently put all of the videos on my site on Google Video, but I want people to still be able to download the (much better looking) .MOV versions that I keep on the site; however, without "save target as"-ing (and it's FireFox, Opera, etc, etc equivalents), the file will stream. Aside from putting the file in a ZIP archive, is there any way to force the download? I haven't found any help elsewhere... Example of one of the pages in question: http://www.sjbmx.com/videos_06assorted.php
  8. Gah! I feel so stupid now. *punches self in face* Thanks a lot, David.
  9. I've been trying forever (well, over five months) to figure out exactly why this is happening, to no avail. http://www.sjbmx.com If you click that link, you'll notice at the top of the page, the header image is off the side and top edges by one pixel. I want that space to disappear. Here's the relevant CSS for the entire site: >/* Body */ body{background:#000000;font:10px Verdana;color:#000000;margin:0px;padding:0px;border:0px} /* Tables */ table,td,tr{background:#D8E5E9;font:10px Verdana;color:#000000;margin:0px;cellpadding:0px;border:0px} And here's the HTML for the header: ><html> <head> <title>sjbmx.com</title> <link rel="stylesheet" href="sjbmx.css" type="text/css"/> <script LANGUAGE="JavaScript"> <!-- This script and many more are available free online at --> <!-- The JavaScript Source!! http://javascript.internet.com --> <!-- Begin function CaricaFoto(img){ foto1= new Image(); foto1.src=(img); Controlla(img); } function Controlla(img){ if((foto1.width!=0)&&(foto1.height!=0)){ viewFoto(img); } else{ funzione="Controlla('"+img+"')"; intervallo=setTimeout(funzione,20); } } function viewFoto(img){ largh=foto1.width+20; altez=foto1.height+20; stringa="width="+largh+",height="+altez; finestra=window.open(img,"",stringa); } // End --> </script> </head> <body> <center> <table align="center" width="800" height="100%"> <tr> <td align="left" valign="top"> <!-- ImageReady Slices (header.psd) --> <table id="Table_01" width="800" height="100" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0"> <tr> <td colspan="9"> <img src="images/header_01.gif" width="800" height="70" alt=""></td> </tr> <tr> <td> <img src="images/header_02.gif" width="609" height="30" alt=""></td> <td> <a href="index.php"> <img src="images/header_news.gif" width="31" height="30" border="0" alt=""></a></td> <td> <img src="images/header_04.gif" width="19" height="30" alt=""></td> <td> <a href="riders.php"> <img src="images/header_riders.gif" width="37" height="30" border="0" alt=""></a></td> <td> <img src="images/header_06.gif" width="14" height="30" alt=""></td> <td> <a href="photos.php"> <img src="images/header_photos.gif" width="43" height="30" border="0" alt=""></a></td> <td> <img src="images/header_08.gif" width="15" height="30" alt=""></td> <td> <a href="links.php"> <img src="images/header_links.gif" width="29" height="30" border="0" alt=""></a></td> <td> <img src="images/header_10.gif" width="3" height="30" alt=""></td> </tr> </table> <!-- End ImageReady Slices --> </td> </tr> <tr> <td align="left" valign="top" height="100%"> <br><br> Any suggestions? This is really annoying to me, although almost no one else ever seems to notice it.
  10. It definitely looks nicer, and feels just as easy to navigate.
  11. Oops. Didn't notie this part of the board.
  12. I know that this isn't an HTML or CSS question, but this seems like the most appropriate forum to put this in. Does anyone know of a good one that allows for multiple news sources (ex: one goes into a news page, like a blog, and another goes to, say, a media page that you can update whenever you add a new set of images onto the site) and will automatically conform to the CSS used on the page?
  13. I wouldn't touch that with a ten-foot pole.
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