Holiday break


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The Winter quarter at RIT doesn't begin until Monday, so this week I am enjoying a bit of holiday time playing games, and catching up on some much needed rest.

Users online PHP codeI have also been looking around the site for ways to improve usability and to provide better features. Yesterday I wrote some PHP code to keep track of unique online visitors. If anyone would like a copy of the code, just right click to save it.

If you have any ideas whatsoever about something you would like to see added or changed to the site, please do leave a comment. I still have a couple of GMail invites left for the first two worthy suggestions, should anyone want one.

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the only suggestion i have is that when a user clicks on one of the link images in the left column and the entry for that particular game pops up, the dividing line between left & right columns (at least in IE, which i know is not necesarily ideal) moves further to the right than it should, covering some of the text/description and making it impossible to read.

thanks!

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Wow. Thank you Whitney for letting me know. I have checked IE on my PC and it does not do what you describe. Unfortunately, I can not check every version of every browser out there.

I especially appreciate the feedback and will work at correcting the problem. Can you tell me what OS and version of IE you are using? I'd like to reproduce the configuration if possible for testing. Thanks!

Want a Gmail account?

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sure. i'm in windows xp with IE version 6.0.2800.1106.xpsp2_gdr.040517-1325 including several updates that start with "Q". :D sounds like an episode of sesame street.

i've heard bad things about gmail, like that they track what users write about for some upcoming giant database/search engine modification -- anybody actually read the privacy policy?

thanks. :D

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I find it very odd that you see something different than I and we are using the same version of IE, except I am running it on Windows 2000 Pro. I made a couple of stylesheet changes last night, but I don't know if that changed anything on your end. Care to send me a screenshot of the main page? It might help me understand what needs to change.

And as far as Gmail is concerned, I certainly don't use it for my personal or confidential messaging, so I couldn't care less what they do. I refuse to subscribe to any conspiracy theory that turns our own emails against us. Besides, everyone needs an all-purpose spam slot for entering email addresses on forms and such, and Gmail is perfect for that. They offer spam detection, and tons of storage space and other features. And I think the whole privacy thing is blown out of proportion.

Thanks again for replying and for letting me know about the CSS positioning issue. I will continue to try to gather information about it until I know what is causing it and how to fix it. Cheers! =)

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