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What the hey....?

I am flower named ibneko !
I consist of my friends!
Are you flower too?

....Yeah, seriously, what the...? ::boggles:: "Well, I got this flower, and it was pretty, but I don't like it, but no, I mean, it reminded me of you, because you're pretty too, so I though you'd like it."


>>div check done, none found, nothing altered √ =^.-=
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fbartho From: fbartho Date: July 25th, 2004 08:20 pm (UTC) (Link)
heh thanks on the div check, it seems all of them were classed, turns out that you had it in an lj-cut anyways, so no problem...
I fixed it so that I would have problems with the quiz jumping out of my div though... heh...

Am thinking about paying to setup my layout...
ibneko From: ibneko Date: July 25th, 2004 09:13 pm (UTC) (Link)
it in an lj-cut... wha...? Slightly lost, but since it's not a problem, then all's good =^.^= and I'll just ignore my confusion...
Mmm, yeah, wow, still don't see any sort of problem. Must be browser specific... what are you using? (Safari, for MacOS X 10.3 here)
fbartho From: fbartho Date: July 26th, 2004 05:27 am (UTC) (Link)
well now you shouldn't see any sort of problem and its very probably that different browsers deal with this differently because it just matters with how they choose to place a div... In IE 6 for Windows XP (on multiple computers) the problem I was having was that if i had a div that I didn't have a class defined for, it defaulted to a style setting that basically disassociated it from the table cell that it was placed in (and attempting to make it dissappear), giving it an absolute position, at the very top of my friends page, over the links section, if you look closely still now, at least in IE you can find two little arrows from a scroll bar squished together, which are what is left of a div that was in someone else's post... if you scroll you can barely see one line at a time of the poem that was written in it... As I write this I realize I might be able to change it some other way or i might just make a layout, but in the future I intend to have people read my lj on my website where I can COMPLETELY customize it, assuming i can retrieve all the posts, lol I can include some javascripts or metatags into my overrides that will auto redirect to the right page on my website: http://blog.digitalsneeze.com is where I will have mine, and I will implement other user's blogs to be reachable at http://username.blogs.digitalsneeze.com
among others... hehe...
ibneko From: ibneko Date: July 27th, 2004 05:47 pm (UTC) (Link)
::pops open IE::

...holy damn, that's a major difference [ IE vs. Safari (Gecko based?). Always wondered what that backgound picture was, and now I know :)

Mmmm. I boggle at your description of what you want to do. So you're going to post to livejournal, and have your posts synced/copied over to blog.digitalsneeze.com? And on livejournal, a metatag redirect (I don't believe this is possible... Try it though. And javascript is definitely not possible, too many security problems with javascripts, so it get's removed... even in the base layer of S2. I've tried to hack it... :D All script tags are removed right before the page get's passed onto the user.) will send your users to your website, where they can read your posts (and comment from there, if I remember correctly?)...?

What blogging "service"/software do you plan on using, btw? MT? Pivot? LiveJournal? Or something you're going to write yourself?
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