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Major Payne

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Am I the only one having a problem with the text displayed on the links page by the "What Members Say"? (Links Page)

I'm using Firefox and it seems to be a problem with the browser. Text displays within the box using IE6.0, but then it dribbles down into the "-> Bookmark this site!" text at times when the paragraph is long enough.

Inquiring minds want to know. :tazz:

Ron
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You're not the only one. :tazz:

That's one many problems on our home page. It's not hard to make the text fit, but the javasript also doesn't work with FireFox (no line breaks). Plus, the comments don't work, the stats have been broken for a while, and the hot deals section isn't updated nearly enough.

I do have some nice ideas on completely remaking the homepage, but it's honestly not a real big priority right now. Only about 5% of visitors come to our site through the homepage, most come right to the forum via a search engine link. I have too many other projects right now. ;)
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Wasn't really complaining. I was just on the page to see which logo I wanted to use on my Web site and just noticed it. IE6 is a lot more forgiving, but even it had a problem rendering the comment section. Just in a different way. Wish they would get all these browsers compliant to the same thing...even if they all have the same problem at times!

As you said, it isn't a big priority. Not with the number of posts asking for help that have been posted in this forum in one day. Whew!

Just trying to write JavaScript that's compatible with all the browsers is a big pain. I have a book on JS that's over a thousand pages and it's not even up to date. Plus I get a big headache even thinking about it. :tazz:

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