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thanks captain been up tweaking a few things. glad to hear it is good on your screen, it is hard to design for all screen sizes and resolutions and i think i've got it about as good as it gets now.

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Site looks awesome, I like the new colors and everything else you have done. I know its a pain trying to design for all screen sizes and resolutions. I have my own pc set at 1024 X 768 and have used that setting for years. I laugh when I see one set at 800 x 600. Any way I dont worry to much about it with my site I assume most people these days are at 1024 x 768. I remember the old days when you had to check your website in all browsers netscape looked different than IE, than AOL. Now it seems everything looks pretty good. I checked my website on the puters at the VAMC Library and the site looked fine. I built my site a a width of 1024 with left and top margin set at 0. Again the work you have done looks great and if youve done all this yourself I commend you, because I know what a chore it is to run a site. My son showed me something cool as hell. http://www.archive.org/index.php

This is a archieve of everything that has ever been on the internet when you go to the link above you will see a box call waybackmachine type in the url of any old dead website and you will be suprised.

These are some of my past sites

www.gunnersride.com (my first website learned allot)





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  • HadIt.com Elder

Looks good on IE7 here. I like the new colors better the red was hard to see some of the options.

As always it is getting better and better.

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two headers is correct the top header has the menu for the main hadit.com site. so you can access the content on the main site and then the forum banner just identifying the forum.

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I'm on Mozilla and it's looks good to me. I am seeing an offset in the very top banner that I don't see in IE. It's no biggy to me as I can still see everything else properly. I am attaching a print screen so you can see what I am seeing.


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it looks like it might squeeze the header a bit in moziall but it's not hiding anything so that is good. it looks good from here.


I'm on MSN & site looks great.One thing I was wondering about is why is the question on bottom of page & the answers over the question instead of vice versa.

Also, can U tell me how to get in touch with Ken Carpenter?


GARY gdsnide@hotmail.com

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Looks very elegant, handsome and professional! I am not sure why my computer displays the page off the right hand side of the screen - maybe not computer literate as I think I am! cg

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Screen is to wide for me on IE7 I have to use the bar to go over everything to see entire posts. It was not like this the other day. Other wise good and I can see eveything better,

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Screen is to wide for me also, any suggestion? The left side panel is a very wide margin that I shift aside in order to read the text of the messages. I dont mean to complain, just curious if I should do something different in my viewer - thanks! cg

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