They just click on the logo...A pop-up in Chimera or Mozilla would only be 'killed' if it pops-up on its own, right? <br><br>Anyway, I'm thinking about putting together a strictly HTML section of my site- only because I hear some bitching about having to get the plugin and whatnot..<br><br><br><br>[color:red]Hold on, it's time for a...</font color=red><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Hey! It's an antique — be worth a fortune some day<p><hr></blockquote><p>I'll give you my copy of Claris Homepage to sell with it...you'll make enough to buy your own loft.<br><br>I liked your site, overall, and think your philosophy and intention is right on the mark. I'm no designer but I've been amazed at how many sites throw up one roadblock after another, and these are commercial sites, which means they lost me as a customer and, once lost, I seldom give them a second chance . I'll give an artist's site a little more leeway but, in general, any bells and whistles (like waiting for flash stuff to load) and I'm gone. I think too many designers were raised on video games and, as someone said, all this digital stuff seems to be designed for twelve to fifteen year old boys.<br><br>drjohn <br><br>
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<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>all this digital stuff seems to be designed for twelve to fifteen year old boys<p><hr></blockquote><p>LOL! It's like any new toy. You get your hands on some little piece of whizbang, and you just want to play with it all day long. I've seen plenty of sites that make really good use of the technology, too. If it's used gracefully and purposefully to enhance the visitor's experience, then I'm all for it. But, like you, if it's all about "Hey ma, lookit this kewl trick I lernt", then I'm outta there.<br><br>
Flash, when done correctly and not overkill, will load faster than standard jpg's and gifs in HTML... but I agree, too may sites go on a flash overload. I don't like it when the site has crap dancing all over my screen and music in the background and a multitude of other blinking things.<br><br><br>Visit Me At My .Mac Site
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I hate to say it even now.<br>All I get is the Logo 11-22 on the main page.<br>I then click enter and all I get is the 11-22 with and address on the 2nd page.<br><br>I guess ya friend has some work to do.<br>G4 350 running 9.1 with IE 5.0<br><br>
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