I think it has to do with the way PC puts HTML in his posts. I'm often searching for what's up. In this case, he had an animated gif of a stick figure making the "crazy" gesture with his index finger and his ear - only for me in Safari, it shows up near the bottom of the page, below all the postings.<br><br>Here's what he meant: Problem was, he put in some style tags inside his < img > tag to do absolute positioning and then forgot to close the tag so some browsers justifiably barf on it.<br><br>Of course I don't agree with him. <br><br>"F'em if they can't take a joke."<br><br><pre>** sometimes you win, and sometimes you learn **</pre><p>
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I believe he put "< img src="http://home.attbi.com/~mleboeuf/KooKoo.gif" style="position:absolute; top:450; left:450""<br><br>Without the closing tags.<br><br>"If everything seems to be going well, you have obviously overlooked something. "
Hey NonPC, expressing your opinion in a reply to a post via words, pictures, or sound clips is one thing, however messing with the HTML of the whole page to do so is - IMO - not only rude but reflects badly on the forum, and basically, that means all of the rest of us. <br><br>
I don't think he was actually commenting on the specific content on the post. I think Non_PCs post is commenting more on the fact that the GreatDivide/Ruse/whatever posts ONLY political topics. He doesn't seem to want to be part of the community, he just seems to want to stir up s**t.<br><br>Though you do have a point, messing with people's posts can be considered rude - I have to admit, it did make me chuckle. I'd probably be a more offended if he did it to anyone else. Think of it like slamming the door in the face of a salesman who keeps knocking on your door every day. Is it rude, sure. Is it justified? Probably.<br><br>
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