I also noticed that the user registration process is different between the two. MacNews has you enter only a user name and email, and it sends you a password. MacTech has you enter your email twice and lets you choose your password during the registration screen. It also asks for country and zip code as mandatory, and has an option to enter Name, City, Street, Phone.
The MacNews User/Login menu is wonky too. There's no Register New User under the User/Login menu.
After logging in at MacNews the Log In button is still in the User/Login menu, Log Out does appear but Log In is still there. At MacTech Log In goes away when logged in, and Log Out appears.
Also at MacNews Edit User Settings is in the User/Login menu before logging in. It's there after logging in like it should be, but it's also there before logging in.
Hope that helps, I'm running out of email addresses.
The ad overlapping has been tricky to figure out due to the design of the surrounding content. Still working on this. A fix in one browser might not work in another, or might make break it in another when it wasn't having the problem before
I do plan on getting this totally fixed however. Hopefully sooner rather than later.
AppleCentral Forum IT by Mindraven
Interesting.. the ad overlap problem isn't happening on my iPhone.. at least not today. All of my forum ills have been cured.... speed, posting, IMs. et al..... I feel like a new man! Thanks for the cure.
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