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cowsgonemadd3

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Hello everyone! Please check out my site and give me some feedback on it. Feedback helps me to improve it. Im still working on it so...
Its a Computer/Spyware support website.
http://www.spywarebeaters.com
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Hello Austin,

Nice to see you here.

I have seen your site develop, its getting really good.

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Great design and layout. I like the color scheme. One thing though. The rollover effects that you're using don't work in firefox, and they were broken links in IE. For layout ad effects, I'd see if I could go with CSS. That will make you rollover effects easier to do, and you pages load alot faster. Looks great though!
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Yeah, in Opera I just get white boxes for the links on hover.
Nice work though.
-SW
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cowsgonemadd3

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Well I knew the rollovers did not work. At first I thought they were meant to do that. But when someone told me they werent....

What they do for me is just turn white on hover. The reason is I have not added the background image to the rollover. This had been my first website in all HTML so im just getting used to it all. Im about to put in IPB forums and that will prob be hard with PHP and mysql.
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I have got experience in MYSQL and PHP, i have set up a couple of IPB forums before....
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If you need help, you can always check with the IPB community or you can email me. I know IPB like the back of my hand. I've been an RPG site administrator using IPB for the better part of 3 years and have written a TON of modifications and hacks for it.

If you want an even easier tool, PHPBB is also pretty cool. The problem with IPB is they've stoped distributing the full version for free.

Woltlab.de's Burning Board Lite also works very well.

Oh, very nice site by the way. I like it.

Edited by remintellegere, 10 July 2005 - 04:02 PM.

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Well just to let you all know my IPB forums are now up! It was kinda hard at first but not to bad...
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