Re: Trobule with non standard compliant browsers
“Leonid S. Knyshov at home” <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> > And for what is this newsgroup?
> I will be frank, Roland. This letter may hurt, but it is the truth.
> You refuse to abide by the coding rules, you attempt to supercede the
> standards. You refuse to properly close all your quotations.
Standards are set by software and not by theoreticall papers.
> You have a
> serious problem with attitude. You have a complex of superiority.
No, I have no complex, I am.
> That is a treatable condition.
You mean much drugs could help until a complex of inferiority is reached
> Let me give you an idea. I am willing to offer my help for free a few
> to my friends. I am not willing to be your QA department. I don’t think
> others here are also. This group is a circle of friends. Friends don’t
> for friends for free forever.
I gave in this newsgroup many valuable tips.
There had been a time where this tips had been welcomed.
But time changed, and now several people think it’s funny and
easy to bash around about some quotes instead of a real dicsussion.
It’s simple a degeneration of the newsgroup.
> You can hire one of my designers and get on with your life making your
> opinions known with a professionally designed site. We can probably
> it for you using your content and our layout for about $5,000 or so.
> Here is my view on the current state of PEGE.org - it is unprofessional
> hurts my eyes. It has a black background, light text, the design is circa
> 1996. No matter how you put it, you are a programmer, not a designer.
I have now a designer paying his franchise fees by working for me.
He already worked over the logo and buttons on 4 sites.
PEGE is not a priority in changing.
The problem with the buttons occured, because my designer
wanted buttons with mouse over effect for the search box.
The problem is solved in the mean time by more intelligent
people able to spot the real problem and not bashing about
complete unnecessary quotes.
http://pege.org Clear targets for a confused civilization
http://BeingFound.com Web Design starts at the search engine