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    top menu

    i just mad a menu for my Manchester United Fan site. here it is:

    http://hk.geocities.com/mufcsq/top.html


    plz give comments on them
    Last edited by geek987; 09-20-2002 at 10:39 PM.

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    Its very nice. Looks very professional.
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    thx for ur comment dean.
    by the way, manchester united is the name of a famous soccer team.(football if u don't live in nothern america)

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    MANCHESTER RULS BUT THE MWNU SUCKS!


    lol, j/k


    UI think it has too many colots in it in other ways make it smaller so the page doesn't male me scrol to the right!

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    the web page is used in 800x600 resolution.

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    I am using 800x600 and you haver to scroll to the right.

    I would have looked at the souce code and given you the fix but you disabled right click.(not that this would stop me from viewing the code, but why bother)

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    maybe it's the browser problem...i use IE 6.0 and i don't have to scroll right with 800x600 resolution. if u read wat i say on the right click pop-up carefully, u will find out that i didn't totally disable right click. click once, and then click again and it would be fine

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    I use IE6 also so that is not it.

    I did read what it said, then I thought about what it actually tells a more seasoned viewer


    ...rookie

    just an opinion

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    Is that my 'only once' script? lol. I wondered what you wanted it for

    FYI, I do not get a scrollbar using Mozilla on 8*6, but I do with IE6. It could be the geocities thing.
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    seriously, i don't know wat's the problem.
    could it be that u guys didn't maximize the screen?
    by the way, it was ur "only one" script, dean

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    Did he just say that?
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    I have had my intelligence questioned before(sometimes with reason), but to imply 2 people both do not know how to use a browser rather than accept a problem on the site is pretty bad.

    Again, I could have looked at the code to help you but I am not going thru extra work for such a silly script which serves no purpose other than "look at what I can do". I am sure Dean also feels that if somebody really wants help they would appreciate his time and make it as easy as possible for him.

    You have seen me preach usability over cheap gimmiks a dozen times, if a webmaster does not consider the visitor I am gone ...so I left.

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    My screen was maximized, and everything fitted in my screen. But foir some reason, there is a scrollbar. It about 2 screen inches scroll, right-wise.
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    Agree with the comments regarding the 'unfriendliness' of no right click scripts [b]of whatever sort[/b]. Not only exit and don't remember those sites, but don't go to them when discovered via threads like this one.



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