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  # 239630 28-Jul-2009 11:14
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The joys (not) of using CSS and flowing designs... I will see with Phil if he can make it a fixed width there.





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  # 239632 28-Jul-2009 11:15
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The NZ Domain name advert is definitely a culprit. If I don't maximise the window it will take over the geekzone title space.




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  # 239633 28-Jul-2009 11:18
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No, it's not. Look at famould's screenshot - it's a Google Ad as well. It's just that using a flowing design and resizing the window is a pain.





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# 239634 28-Jul-2009 11:18
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Yep. It is enough to make you want to author a fixed width site! Wink




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  # 239636 28-Jul-2009 11:21
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Doesn't CSS have a minimum-width setting now? Or am I thinking CSS3?
[EDIT: min-width, and it's CSS2]




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  # 239897 28-Jul-2009 19:15
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IE6 doesn't respect min-width and IE7 doesn't implement it "properly", so some hacking will be involved since a lot of people still access Geek Zone with IE6 & IE7.

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  # 241819 3-Aug-2009 15:15
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I apologise if this has already been raised, but I assume it hasn't cos it's still there... the text in the Geekzone logo "technology community" is barely readable on either my work PC or laptop, perhaps it needs to be a shade or two lighter?

Only other thing would be that the blue and light gray on the forums proper doesn't match with the new black colour scheme... but I'm sure that'll be fixed in time.
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  # 241830 3-Aug-2009 15:36
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There's text under the Geekzone logo???

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  # 242371 4-Aug-2009 14:07
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Dontcha love "standards"?

Overall the site is looking pretty styley there Freitasm! Good job there Phil!




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  # 244494 9-Aug-2009 18:10
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howabout a "latest forums discussed" when you click on someone or your own profile alongside the "forums started". sometimes i cant find the forums i've posted something on when i uncheck subscibe to new posts




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  # 244510 9-Aug-2009 19:02
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oops it EXISTS already! just found the button on the far right just below my profile name... heehee

EDIT: umm it's not user specific ... displays every post since last encounter ... ooops again




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  # 249608 22-Aug-2009 09:47
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Good but the title of the Article gets lost in the whole scheme of things.





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  # 249685 22-Aug-2009 15:54
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Are we going to see a fourm re-design???




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