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08/26/2020 08:47:59 PM · #26
Wayback Machine has it ...

Main link all galleries:

New Happiness Gallery

It appears to be navigable.
08/26/2020 08:59:54 PM · #27
McDonald's work reminds me of some Pete Turner work (I enjoyed much of his work and studied his style when I first got into film photography years ago). I need to revisit some of that work ...
08/26/2020 09:57:11 PM · #28
Originally posted by GeneralE:

Originally posted by Bear_Music:

I have included the URL of the previous New Happiness challenge but for some reason am unable to make it clickable.

You need the HTML code referencing it (<a href= ... etc.) -- right now it's just plain text. I can't add it there but there's now a clickable link here ...

I understand about the HREF but for some reason it wasn't working on that address. I'll try again tomorrow. I do use href code with some frequency when scheduling, but it always has linked to something OUTSIDE the DPC site...
08/26/2020 10:23:31 PM · #29
Originally posted by Bear_Music:

Originally posted by GeneralE:

Originally posted by Bear_Music:

I have included the URL of the previous New Happiness challenge but for some reason am unable to make it clickable.

You need the HTML code referencing it (<a href= ... etc.) -- right now it's just plain text. I can't add it there but there's now a clickable link here ...

I understand about the HREF but for some reason it wasn't working on that address. I'll try again tomorrow. I do use href code with some frequency when scheduling, but it always has linked to something OUTSIDE the DPC site...

I was looking at the source for the "Challenges" page and didn't see the code around the link text, but I may well have mis-read the code -- it's been a long time.

Message edited by author 2020-08-26 22:24:50.
08/26/2020 10:50:18 PM · #30
Originally posted by GeneralE:

Originally posted by Bear_Music:

Originally posted by GeneralE:

Originally posted by Bear_Music:

I have included the URL of the previous New Happiness challenge but for some reason am unable to make it clickable.

You need the HTML code referencing it (<a href= ... etc.) -- right now it's just plain text. I can't add it there but there's now a clickable link here ...

I understand about the HREF but for some reason it wasn't working on that address. I'll try again tomorrow. I do use href code with some frequency when scheduling, but it always has linked to something OUTSIDE the DPC site...

I was looking at the source for the "Challenges" page and didn't see the code around the link text, but I may well have mis-read the code -- it's been a long time.

There IS no href code around it at this time because the code was just disappearing what it contained and leaving nothing. So I posted the bald url until I can figure out where it went wrong.
08/26/2020 11:49:08 PM · #31
I hope this gets sorted. I quite enjoyed shooting for it before and am happy to see it again.
08/27/2020 12:54:05 AM · #32
Originally posted by glad2badad:

Wayback Machine has it ...

Main link all galleries:

New Happiness Gallery

It appears to be navigable.

I forgot this existed, interesting trip into the happier days of the Internet.
08/27/2020 01:29:59 PM · #33
Originally posted by glad2badad:

Wayback Machine has it ...

Main link all galleries:

New Happiness Gallery

It appears to be navigable.


You did it, Barry!!

08/27/2020 06:37:01 PM · #34
Originally posted by Lydia:

Originally posted by glad2badad:

Wayback Machine has it ...

Main link all galleries:

New Happiness Gallery

It appears to be navigable.


You did it, Barry!!


Link "works" . . . but for me there's very little to see. The same few images no matter what I click. Has anyone found a "collection" or "gallery" to browse?

Message edited by author 2020-08-27 18:37:26.
08/27/2020 07:27:42 PM · #35
Originally posted by nam:

Link "works" . . . but for me there's very little to see. The same few images no matter what I click. Has anyone found a "collection" or "gallery" to browse?

If you click on the "New Happiness" link then there's a "next" arrow under the image and I have seen at least half a dozen that way. Certainly enough to get the flavor :-)
08/27/2020 08:49:35 PM · #36
Originally posted by Bear_Music:

Originally posted by nam:

Link "works" . . . but for me there's very little to see. The same few images no matter what I click. Has anyone found a "collection" or "gallery" to browse?

If you click on the "New Happiness" link then there's a "next" arrow under the image and I have seen at least half a dozen that way. Certainly enough to get the flavor :-)


Thanks. Someone sent me a bunch of thumbnails and, as you said, that's enough for a good idea.
08/27/2020 09:35:54 PM · #37
Originally posted by Bear_Music:

Originally posted by nam:

Link "works" . . . but for me there's very little to see. The same few images no matter what I click. Has anyone found a "collection" or "gallery" to browse?

If you click on the "New Happiness" link then there's a "next" arrow under the image and I have seen at least half a dozen that way. Certainly enough to get the flavor :-)

Yep. When I looked yesterday I was able to browse a couple of galleries and the entire Happiness one using the 'arrows'.
08/28/2020 03:55:10 PM · #38
Originally posted by nam:



Link "works" . . . but for me there's very little to see. The same few images no matter what I click. Has anyone found a "collection" or "gallery" to browse?


There are about forty of them on that "New Happiness" link, Nikki.

Click on the "thumbs" link or just click "Next" over to each of them. It's slower than normal on my computer. Probably because they're archived?


Message edited by author 2020-08-28 15:58:00.
09/07/2020 06:04:29 AM · #39
Oh, I hadn't checked dpc for a couple of weeks, so I didn't see this until now. Gus was my school friend, and I've actually been thinking of him a lot recently, along with a couple of other school friends who passed on in the 2010s(including my best friend). Gus's brother is a near neighbour of my brother in Darwin, but I don't know if they associate with each other.
It's nice to have this challenge again. Thanks.

Here's a link to his fiancee's memoir about their relationship.

Message edited by author 2020-09-07 06:26:37.
09/07/2020 10:00:15 AM · #40
Moved to a new subject title "Colors and Shapes".

Message edited by author 2020-09-07 10:04:34.
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