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  1. Mine is based on an old school username. I was signing up for an account on GamingForums and I couldn't think of anything else, and then after that I signed up for another site under that name, and another, and another, and after a while, the name grew on me. Not like it's likely to be taken already after all.
  2. Well, for one thing, we're at a site of PHP gurus, so the description is a little redundant. That being said, try http://www.interaktonline.com/ for extensions-those things are incredibly useful for me, and you can use IF statements, or recordsets with conditional statements. Now, because you're using Dreamweaver, I'd focus on HTML/CSS code, then the PHP, then MySQL (though if you get the interAKT visual recordset creator, that does save time.) I sound like an ad, but they really do work.
  3. Yes. The mods are, by now, probably sick of answering this question. This topic has been up since 05! That should tell you something.
  4. You'll need a more complex SQL query for something like that. Unless you want to learn SQL, then I'd go with [a href=\"http://www.interaktonline.com/Products/Dreamweaver-Extensions/MXSiteSearch/Overview/\" target=\"_blank\"]InterAKT[/a]'s site search extension.
  5. Yes. In CSS3, you'll be able to do <a style="::hover {style}"> A better way to do that would be to give the <a> tags you want to use a different effect on, just give them a class.
  6. moberemk

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    I would worry more about the errors that you are getting. You seem to be using properties that don't exist, like the scrollbar properties. Worry about those first.
  7. The images behind the titles of the little blocks on the side. Speaking of which, you should make those blocks have borders around them. It would help separate them from the content.
  8. moberemk


    How did you get this topic? It's been dead for months now.
  9. Your column titles are fixed-width, right? How about you make the background images have a rounded end to them? Also, put a little space between your side blocks and the header.
  10. You've added some interesting touches to be sure. I wouldn't say that it looks a lot better, but it does look better then before. Which is odd, because I don't see too many new things.
  11. Getting there. It's infinitely more legible, that's for sure. Definitely a major improvement over the last version!
  12. Thanks for clearing that up. I don't think I fully understood what this site was. Maybe you should have mentioned this is a study tool in the first post?
  13. I'm not sure what you're talking about. All I see is a web page with a search box and a bunch of links to searches about egypt.
  14. Why are you so mad at them? Simple mistake. Yeesh.
  15. You just need to alter the template HTML for VBulletin, that's all. And by "Featured" I mean have it say interesting discussions that have over x posts. Also, just had another idea: what if you had a user image gallery for every person? That way, people could post interesting images or something.
  16. Yeah, that's the way it would work. For page separation, go with frames then. Or classes. Or basic CSS.
  17. No offense, but I hate your color scheme here. Grey, black, and red? Not good together. Also, your navigation doesn't show up very well against your navigation. You seriously need to retool your entire color design here, I have to say.
  18. I'm using it with my copy; works perfectly. This extension will make it easy for you to upload images to a folder on your server.
  19. Bring the forums more into the site then they are now, so that they are less like a separate element of the site. I like the idea of a radio station there, as it adds some interactivity. Offer some podcasts too-they would work well considering the audience. Throw in some weekly opinion columns or something, maybe a featured discussion block, and this site is downright awesome!
  20. For an extension for this, try [a href=\"http://www.interaktonline.com/\" target=\"_blank\"]http://www.interaktonline.com/[/a]. Their extensions are very varied, and their file upload one does indeed work.
  21. Get rid of those borders on hover-it's ugly, I have to say. Also, get rid of the space between the headers of boxes and the sides. Bring down the size of your navigation bar, and outside of that, this all seems quite clean.
  22. Well, given that those scrollbar properties are IE-only spec, this will ruin your chances of validation or of getting them to look different in any way.
  23. If you're using PHP, then you need to have a MySQL database. Either that, or install [a href=\"http://www.interaktonline.com/Products/Free-Products/PHAkt/Overview/\" target=\"_blank\"]PHAKt[/a] as an extension for Dreamweaver to allow you to connect to Access databases.
  24. Create your top menu using a list. Set the list itself to [!--fonto:Lucida Console--][span style=\"font-family:Lucida Console\"][!--/fonto--]display: none;[!--fontc--][/span][!--/fontc--] and the things inside it to [!--fonto:Lucida Console--][span style=\"font-family:Lucida Console\"][!--/fonto--]display: inline;[!--fontc--][/span][!--/fontc--]. For an example of this, go to [a href=\"http://www.tv.com/;\" target=\"_blank\"]http://www.tv.com/;[/a] they have a menu similar to what you're trying to accomplish.
  25. [list][*]The gradient behind your navigation looks ugly compared to the text color[*]Navigation padding changes erratically between pages[*]Make your changing text on the right a flash thing, with fade effects and a longer wait. Also, don't make it run up against the side like that[*]Your Secure Site lock is way too big compared to the text-scale it down a lot[*]Make your front page have a list of new models or something. As it is, it feels empty[/list]
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