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  1. Why hello there good misters and madams of Killersites http://animefize.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1 View this link on Firefox/Opera and you'll find my forum design to be completely working. Chrome and IE on other hand... why don't the borders stretch over tere? By borders, I am referring to the ones above the Username and contain post date and all that. Any help would be appreciated to be honest.
  2. I'm afraid I can't help with that to be honest, I never expected it to be this type of field I've always been into broad niches (gaming, anime, etc), so I didn't have trouble finding images for them. Maybe it's not as easy as I expected. Again, I am sincerely sorry for not being able to help
  3. Wow, that's a very detailed and coherent post Kyle. Thank you very much for this great input
  4. Hmmm, I'm really scared if this counts as a non-productive post, and if it is, then by all means, do remove it. But I'm going to confirm what Andrea said. It's probably a path issue, and a link would help greatly.
  5. Why yes, quite the few. There are a vast array of free to use images around the web, you just need to look hard enough (which isn't really hard) So tell me Pb1uk, what do you have in mind? Is it a background site? Or maybe a site dedicated to renders? Perhaps I can help
  6. Things I learned from this topic: 1- I learned the names of the files paths: 1) Absolute. 2) Relative. 2- I learned that relative path is better than absolute ones. 3- The users at Killersites never fail me. As always. Thank you very much, Wickham.
  7. Hey all, just me passing by with another topic In CSS, is it preferred to write the full image path all the way from the "http" to the image format (such as png, gif, etc), or should we shortcut it to the directory that contain the images like this: "/images/filename.format" So what's preferred and what isn't? Thanks in advance to everyone who took the time to read this topic Also, thank you Killersites for always helping me out, I must be such a burden
  8. Wow Ben! I'm stunned by your new design. I sincerely hope to reach the same level of expertise that you have one day I'd be a beast
  9. The things you learn... haha Thank you very much, Mr/Ms Virtual
  10. Haha, I knew it was better if I just posted the link instead of hyperlinking the word "site" Here: http://animefize.com/ Thanks
  11. Hello fellow Killersites users When you visit my site, and look at it's navigation options, you can notice a text cursor in between each of them, what is the common approach to remove it? Thanks to everyone in advance for taking the time to read this topic. I sincerely appreciate it
  12. fize4ever

    AdSense CSS

    You simply can't, even if you were able to, Adsense states that it is very frowned upon, and may possibly shut down his account because of it. I suggest to communicate with your client and instruct him to edit the ads from his account (it's extremely easy and instantaneous!)
  13. Thanks Andrea! Pure brilliance! And yes I'm not really a native English speaker so I find my lack of selecting better words is disappointing sometimes Again, thank you very much for the help.
  14. So I have a small problem here: http://animefize.com/ <---- as you can see, the "home" have a white hover over it when I'm on it's page, and so is the "contact" page, but not the "anime list" one. How do I go about to hover it like the other two?
  15. I couldn't have described it any better than this. Personally, I think you should do what ever you like AND deem it fitting for the site's purpose.
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