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    Flash/html hybrid check

    Need feedback please on this site Im creating. Im re-doing a Flash site for a friend that I did a couple of months ago. The boss wants more html becuse thats what he is used to updating.
    The only problem I have found is with Netscape (of course) I get a horizontal scrollbar on the mission page as well as the main table doesn't go 100% in height either. God I hate netrape.
    Only the home page and mission page are done.
    The text on the home page is just filler. Thats all I could think of at the momment.


    www.solidtorch.com/tnike

    Thanks, Josh

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    Looks good to me - im ie6 1280*1024

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    works well on my box to. IE 1024 x 768.
    Light and fastloading design. Intuitive menu-leading.
    good job.
    barfly
    stonehead * why should I drink `n drive when I can smoke and fly? *

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    Looks nice so far, but i would soften the shadows, they are to strong. I don't like the font you use in WELCOME, and i would add more detail to design elments, because i think it is to empty.

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    Originally posted by utopia_digital
    Looks nice so far, but i would soften the shadows, they are to strong. I don't like the font you use in WELCOME, and i would add more detail to design elments, because i think it is to empty.
    Thanks, gave me some things to think about.
    As I said above, the welcome text is just filler. It will be changed later.

    Thanks for the checks also ctranter and stonehead

    Josh

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    transparent backgrounds for flash movies don't work for every browser. For instance, on opera I see a white box outlining your menu. Try setting the background color to the same color as you web page.

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    I tested that in Opera and saw that too. Even setting the bakground to the same color as the html page didnt work. I had to add a box the the color of teh background on the first layer to fix it. Just haven't uploaded the fix yet.
    Good eye!



    Josh

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    Ok, started over. Hows the new look?
    Fixed the netscape issue. Went away from iframes and just went with normal frames. Only the home page is up for now.

    www.solidtorch.com/tnike

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    wow I like it.
    whats the deal with the scrollbar? there seems to be no need for it? will you have that mch content that it will be needed?

    just a question

    --Esteban

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    The scroll bar is set on auto for the frame. Just depends on what resolution you are on.
    So how is humid Houston?
    I moved from San Antonio to Knoxville TN about 9 months ago.
    Grew up in TX all my life pretty much. Got a brother that lives in Galveston. Would go through H-Town a lot! Dont miss that traffic one bit
    Peace,
    Josh

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    I like it now, it looks much better.

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