>> on 1/11/11 1:01 AM:
>>> In article
>>>>> 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
>>>> My two cents: I've seen this stuff on a number of occasions.
>>> If you mean the vertical scrollbar thing, then I think it's a moot
>>> point. There are few sites where a horizontal shift is that
>>> important to suppress.
>> Right: but Steve decided to mock my *training* site based on my not
>> having it.
> I observed something that you subsequently came along and ridiculed me
> for... that being, for my belief that I could find a website that
> featured varying length content in its pages (some scrollable, some
> non-scrollable) that did not display the shifting, a thing you
> obviously didn't believe existed as you laughed at me and claimed I
> was "so amazingly lost" for believing such sites without shifting did
> "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." - Snit
>>> I've done it on a few sites and if it is needed, a few seconds of
>>> googling will give you the solution (CSS overflow) and adding that
>>> to the site is irrelevant to whether you're coding it yourself or
>>> using a beginners tool such as DreamWeaver.
>> Ignoring your "beginners tool" bait - you are absolutely right that
>> this has little or nothing to do with what tool you use. Steve's
>> rant about that
> ... based on the fact that I've personally seen a disproportionately
> high number of DW users who don't seem to know much about what goes on
> under the hood of a website. I think the tool is a great tool but it
> facilitates quite a bit and, that, in itself, can be a problem for
> some users.
Snit is the prototypical DW user. Clueless.