> 2:34 PM:
> >>>>>> In article
> >>>>>>> The site:
> >>>>>> That is one ugly website... :(
> >>>>> Well, I wasn't gonna go there... still won't because of the
> >>>>> subjectivity. That said, I'm not gonna walk on eggs shells for Snit
> >>>>> or anyone else using DW so I'll ask you your opinion of something
> >>>>> that first crossed my mind on this:
> >>>>> Do you think it's possible that a person using DW, who doesn't code
> >>>>> well manually, is more likely to encounter this kind of issue and
> >>>>> not be able to fix it (or, in Snit's case, believe it isn't
> >>>>> fixable)?
> >>>>> My two cents: I've seen this stuff on a number of occasions.
> >>>> Is there any site gluey makes that is not ugly? I think he uses
> >>>> premade Dreamweaver templates.
> >>> I dunno, I don't have any idea what DW templates look like. I know
> >>> I've made my share of ugly sites... usually when the client wants
> >>> control of the look, the site ends up being less than ideal IMO. Not
> >>> that I'm any kind of a designer;) I was just commenting on Snit's
> >>> obviously mistaken belief that all centered sties with variable length
> >>> content (scrollable/non-scrollable) necessarily suffer from shifting.
> >> And you ripped Snit apart with your list of sites that do exactly what he
> >> denied could be done. ?Keep posting it and rub it in his glue sniffing
> >> face.
> > So, when you two have finished sniffing each other's arses, come back with
> > another lame, ok?
> The "two" of them are the same person... Steve Carroll and his sock.
Snit... please stop lying about me. Thanks.
> Steve's sock lied for him: Steve never posted such a list.
Never claimed I did.
> In fact, I asked
> Steve a simple question about centered sites about not having the scroll bar
> make them "jump" from page to page.
Actually, what you said was:
"Can you find a website that is centered that does *not* do that,
> assuming some pages scroll and some do not. LOL!
Poor Steve... so amazingly lost."
So, you see... you not only ridiculed me for believing I could find
such sites that *didn't* exhibit the shift, you called me "amazingly
lost" over it.
In other words, there is no way you can pretend what you're trying to
pretend here... people just aren't as stupid as you need them to be.
You *clearly* thought *all* such sites suffer from the shift and that
I wouldn't be able to find one that didn't.
(snip Snit's red herrings that unsuccessfully seek to mask the reality
of his previously mistaken belief)
It's OK, Snit... you're learning... just like the rest of us. Nothing
wrong in admitting to it.