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Guywise Update!

  • Nov. 9th, 2005 at 12:14 AM
Over Stand
Okay people, you've been kept deep in the dark long enough now.  Here's what's happening at Guywise!


After almost a week of "This site is under maintenance!", The Guywise Foundation Forums are up and running.
Most of the toughest bugs and service impediments have been ironed out and the forum is finally open to accepting members.

Check out The Guywise Foundation Forums and see it for yourself!  (a couple of the themes available are designed for Mozilla browsers)

Mind you, a lot of the features on the site are available only to members.


I'm not gonna sit down and walk you through all the tiny little things I've done to the site now, but I shall update my journal with relevant (big) changes.

There's still a huge lot of work to be done, The FAQ, About and Privacy Policy pages are ready, but will have to be customized for the new look!  They're currently static pages with no dynamic style implementation.  If it's too much work, I might outsource it to a willing candidate or just do away with dynamics altogether and leave them static.  Let's see what happens.  :o)

That's all for today folks!

I'm overjoyed!

P.S.:  shoan pointed out to me early last morning that my "powered by" section lacks the CMS solution I've used to create and run the forums.  It works in some of the sites themes, but for some reason (bug?), it does'nt show on the default theme.  Thanks go out the the e107 coders!  Great CMS you guys!

Comments

angiasaa wrote:
Nov. 9th, 2005 06:15 pm (UTC)
The javascript rollovers.... They're technically not roll-overs though, they're just simulating that.

a more accurate term would be mouse-overs :P
ex_ga_woo wrote:
Nov. 10th, 2005 03:46 am (UTC)
You're using divs simply to apply styles. This is where you have to use the 'span' tag.
angiasaa wrote:
Nov. 10th, 2005 09:54 pm (UTC)
If you use <span>, it renders okay on MS (with a few changes on the 'line-breaks'). But Firefox refuses to apply borders, etc! Infact, even wild-clicking withing the spanned area does'nt work.... :(

You think maybe that there should be some additional changes on the code?