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I'll probably be getting the full version (not the trial) in a couple of days now...

I added some awesome codes to the site, most of which you can't miss. There's one 3-D effect code that changes the look of the whole site... Can someone tell me if it should leave or stay? :tazz: I'm a bit of a fix - I dunno whether it looks okay or not... :)
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I don't see any 3d effects in firefox nor ie
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Well, neither did I. I use Opera mostly, and it's pretty clear (the effect, I mean). Firefox is good, but a little too slow for me. I use Opera cause it's really fast and it's tabbed. Firefix has tabs as well, but nah...
Maybe you could check it out with Opera, if you have it? Otherwise it's pretty much the same as before, except more stuff has been added. Maybe I'll try and get the cross-browser version of the same code, lemme see...

Edited by The Infinite, 29 October 2005 - 09:49 PM.

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No I don't have Opera, but I think it's best if you could make it work in IE at least, since the majority of people use IE. It would be great if you could make it work in Firefox as well, it's probably right next to IE in popularity (I think). And one last thing, if the 3d effect slows down the loading time significantly, you should probably take it off...but it loaded pretty much at the same speed for me, so it's probably no big deal.
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Yeah, I know that most people use either IE or Firefox... Like I said, maybe there's a cross browser code available...

Thanks a lot for reviewing my site so many times, I appreciate it! :tazz:
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Did you make up the code yourself or is it done by someone else? If it's the latter, then it wouldn't really depend on you would it? :tazz:
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Whoa! I'm not that good at coding (yet). These are all pre-made codes for ProBoards sites, but they're quite tough to find. And it's up to the person who uses the code to modify some parts of it like he wants to. You can't change the whole code, of course, but aligning, colors, text, etc. can be changed accordingly.
I don't think I can make it cross-browser, cause it uses CSS (style sheets), and it looks like this partticular feature (not CSS but this particular thing) is not supported by either IE or FF.
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You can always search on google for a similar effect...
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