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Website Nit-Picks - bobL - 11-19-2007 12:30 PM

A few picks about the website:

http://whatpulse.org/my/favs/ - the columns overlap.

If you log out then navigate to a page (such as http://whatpulse.org/my/favs/) that requires you to log in, the page will become completely mutilated and there are two red bars. Once logged in, the 'Login Successful' page is also distorted.

The 'Links' page is distorted (http://whatpulse.org/links/) thanks to dead links and images.

The Knowledge Base (my baby) no longer fits in with the rest of the website design-wise, so a quick logo and css update on that would be welcomed. Smile

Forums: The unread topic images aren't really that clear - would be nice to see them with a dark background instead of a dark W so they stand out more.

And lastly, the http://whatpulse.org/staff/ page doesn't have X-Kal or I on it Wink

All but the last have been tested cross-browser. I'm sure the last one is just because of IE7 though Wink

Loving the new site though, guys!


Website Nit-Picks - Pimorez - 11-19-2007 02:35 PM

bobL Wrote:A few picks about the website:

http://whatpulse.org/my/favs/ - the columns overlap.

All but the last have been tested cross-browser. I'm sure the last one is just because of IE7 though Wink

Loving the new site though, guys!

So you mean it is because you use IE7? Yeah, that's the problem because Wasted said that the site is build for FF Smile

Or something like it Tongue


Website Nit-Picks - bobL - 11-19-2007 11:19 PM

*slaps* Tongue


Website Nit-Picks - X-Kal - 11-20-2007 05:55 AM

Ahh yes! That must be it. You have a virus on your computer - one commonly known as "Internet Explorer"

Unfortunately, present remedies only include workarounds Wink


Website Nit-Picks - bobL - 11-20-2007 07:56 AM

It's the EU's fault for concentrating on WMP. 8)