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  1. Fluid layout would be the way to go. Use DIVs,...

    Fluid layout would be the way to go. Use DIVs, XHTML and CSS. Make the div widths 100% and leave the heights untouched, unless you absolutely have to have a fixed height on some part of it.

    Use...
  2. Thread: CGI and SSI

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    Are you giving the HTML file the .shtml...

    Are you giving the HTML file the .shtml extension?

    I used to always goof up and forget the shtml when I was using server side includes.
  3. You're crazy if you want to put all of that on...

    You're crazy if you want to put all of that on ONE page.

    Break it up into several pages.

    And why use tables? Go with DIVs :) I guarantee you'll save over half the file size by ditching the...
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    Re: firing clients

    Haha! We had a sign like that when I used to work at a photo retouching place.

    It went something along these lines...

    Retouch: $35/hr
    If you talk: $40/hr
    If you point: $45/hr
    If you look...
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    Step 1: Convert site to CSS/XHTML Step 2: Come...

    Step 1: Convert site to CSS/XHTML

    Step 2: Come back and ask again. :)
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    Why don't you just spell it out for us? We can...

    Why don't you just spell it out for us? We can type it in the address bar.

    I am curious too about what kind of site you have.
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    This is just my own personal views on MySpace...

    This is just my own personal views on MySpace marketing, since I have my own personal account and all.

    I don't welcome advertisements or marketers trying to sell me something. I ignore them. I...
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    Lol! If you can't fight them, join them. ...

    Lol!

    If you can't fight them, join them.

    That's why I'm now on payroll for the very company who hired me a year ago as a freelancer to design their website.

    Now I do with it as I please...
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    I agree with nashville. I too am deterred by...

    I agree with nashville.

    I too am deterred by websites that require me to sign in or provide information before being able to browse the site, with some exceptions (ie: private intranet, secure...
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    I wish I had $1 million to spend on advertising!

    I wish I had $1 million to spend on advertising!
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    Hate Firefox on Windows (but still would rather...

    Hate Firefox on Windows (but still would rather use it over IE). Love Firefox on Mac.

    :)
  12. Would eBay be the same to you if they changed...

    Would eBay be the same to you if they changed their logo?

    I rest my case.
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    I'm agreeing with everyone here.. have a...

    I'm agreeing with everyone here.. have a contract in place and signed by both parties before you begin work. Clearly outline the process and how many drafts and revisions are included, plus the...
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    Looks fine here and I am using Firefox 1.5.0.2 on...

    Looks fine here and I am using Firefox 1.5.0.2 on XP Professional
  15. I would slice the images up by hand and write my...

    I would slice the images up by hand and write my own HTML code. There's no way to know for sure that ImageReady will give you the results you want.
    More than likely, it'll save text as images and...
  16. works fine here, and I'm using a generic logitech...

    works fine here, and I'm using a generic logitech scrollwheel mouse.
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    Re: Frontpage and doctype

    I dunno about that, I include the < html xmls > declaration in all of my pages without a problem.
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    oh, ok. sure

    oh, ok. sure
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    That's a very lame example of a XHTML website. ...

    That's a very lame example of a XHTML website.

    Check out Blogger.com. Their site is coded in XHTML 1.0 Strict and displays wonderfully on both IE6 and Firefox.
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    I would check the Google & SEO discussion forums...

    I would check the Google & SEO discussion forums for help on improving your search engine positions.
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    Save yourselves a headache and tell them to get a...

    Save yourselves a headache and tell them to get a copy of GoLive too, or Dreamweaver.
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    Personally, I spend most of my time in Code View...

    Personally, I spend most of my time in Code View in Dreamweaver. Hehe.. yes, I'm a geek. But it also lets me exercise the most control over the output.

    Suggestion: When creating a new HTML...
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    Since almost everyone uses DSL/Cable now.. I...

    Since almost everyone uses DSL/Cable now.. I would say that 20-30k is a reasonable size. There's still dialup users.. but if your target audience doesn't have a lot of dial-up users, I'd go with...
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    Download a free 30-day trial of Dreamweaver from...

    Download a free 30-day trial of Dreamweaver from macromedia.com

    It's the most user-friendly editor that also churns out decent code. Much better than FrontPage, but it's still not perfect either....
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    Miva Merchant, osCommerce, Interchange, Agora,...

    Miva Merchant, osCommerce, Interchange, Agora, etc...

    These are just handful of carts that are user friendly.

    osCommerce, Interchange, and Agora are free. Most webhosts will install them for...
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