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Re: Hoof in Mouth Disease

  • Subject: Re: Hoof in Mouth Disease
  • From: "Bill Meyer" njhosta@hotmail.com
  • Date: Sun, 23 Feb 2003 19:03:03 -0500

Hi Chick,
       You only think you'll fix it. Frontpage has other ideas. Let's get
back to insulting arguments and catching pure-minded business operators
doing dirty tricks by sheer co-incidence.
                                                      .......Bill


> OK, this is really hard.  Bill and I are carrying on two different
> conversations at the same time.  One in private, where we're trying to
> figure out what we're talking about and one in public, where we're just
> trying to insult each other.
>
> What I'm finding out is that our site is not showing up on 800x600
> monitors the way it was designed.  Since I don't use that setting, I
> wasn't aware that the size of the yellow area had crept up to where it
> extends slightly off the page.  It wasn't supposed to, but the Front Page
> program sometimes takes it upon itself to change settings on your site
> whether you want them changed or not.  At least that's my story.  I'll
> fix it shortly.
>
> Anyway, this doesn't have anything to do with hostas, or the original
> slanders of innocent web site operators.  I will just say that if you are
> tempted to learn web page design, don't do it with Front Page if you can
> help it.  Front Page is by far the easiest program to learn, but it is so
> unpredictable that it will drive you nuts in the long run.  I don't have
> time to start over, but if I was starting anew, I would look at GoLive or
> one of the others instead.
>
> Chick
>
> Bill Meyer wrote:
>
>   Hi Barbara,
>           It depends on what your resolution is set to. Most web pages are
>   designed for 800x600 like the   www.cnn.com   page. Not that I have any
idea
>   what I'm talking about, but the recommended standard for site building
is
>   800x600. My guess is that you're using 1024x768 resolution. The pale
yellow
>   area is centered with equal amounts of green in that.
>                                            .....Bill
>
>     <<<Speaking of poor web-building, why is your homepage off to the
right
>     side with all that empty space on the left? You're at least as bad as
we
>
>   are
>
>     at it.
>
>     ......Bill>>>
>
>     Sorry Bill,
>     I just took a look, and its centered here!?  You do mean
>     www.bridgewoodgardens.com     right?
>     (sorry, I'm bored, and you 2 are my entertainment!)
>
>     Smile,
>     Barbara
>     township@acbm.qc.ca
>
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