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07/24/2003 06:52:04 PM · #1
I know people here at DPC are using a wide range of different browsers, screen resolutions, and operating systems, so I was wonding, if you have time, if you could check the website I just finished making for compatibility issues.

I made the website for a local band, you may recognise one of the photos I used on the site...

The Website

Message edited by author 2003-07-24 18:52:45.
07/24/2003 07:00:01 PM · #2
Konador

Looks good from here

WIN XP, Internet explorer 1152*864

Nice job
07/24/2003 07:07:27 PM · #3
Mozilla Firebird on Gentoo Linux @ 1280x1024.

Looks sweet, works a treat : )
Galleries & sound clip included.

Very nice work Ben.
07/24/2003 07:08:42 PM · #4
Konador

Looks dandy! Windows ME - Internet Explorer 1024x768

Nice job makin the site too!

Lee
07/24/2003 07:13:39 PM · #5
Nice work. Love the main index page with The DNA and color popping up on the mouseovers. Everything else seemed good, except perhaps showing up a bit big on my screen as i think you have it set up to automatically resize based on peoples resolutions. I prefer small sized text and links, as I am not yet blind and proud of it! Sure it will appeal and work well for mass audience though. Excellent work. Good design and color choices.
07/24/2003 07:17:04 PM · #6
Thanks everyone :)

What resolution are you on Jason? The text size is set as "2" on the stylesheet, and should stay the same...
07/24/2003 07:19:38 PM · #7
I can't understand a word that boy is saying!
Even with the lyrics in front of me, it's still gibberish.

Nice site though. Everything works fine from my end.
Win XP, IE 6, 1280 x 1024, DSL

Message edited by author 2003-07-24 19:22:07.
07/24/2003 07:21:21 PM · #8
Originally posted by bamaster:

I can't understand a word that boy is saying!
Even with the lyrics in front of me, it's still gibberish.


Lol, it took me a while to figure them out too... it seems he misses out random words, or says them so quickly that they are inaudible to humans.
07/24/2003 07:23:50 PM · #9
Originally posted by Konador:

Lol, it took me a while to figure them out too... it seems he misses out random words, or says them so quickly that they are inaudible to humans.


Well, maybe his band will be a big hit in pet stores.
07/24/2003 07:28:21 PM · #10
IE - ok
Opera - ok
Netscape (7.02) - a few pics in the gallery won't open, may be a javascript error.
07/24/2003 07:46:59 PM · #11
Fine work Ben. Win 98/Internet Explorer 1024x768
Looks good, works good.
Congrats.
07/24/2003 07:53:41 PM · #12
Win2k pro/IE - 1024x768
Works beautifully! Nice job on that Ben!
07/24/2003 09:01:30 PM · #13
Win XP pro - Opera 7.11

Works great. Good design work
07/24/2003 11:00:19 PM · #14
VERY nice design and implementation... I especially like the way you have done the gallery! Everything worked well here, although it did take a few minutes to get all the swapped images, etc. loaded (still on dialup-- 26.4kbps is as fast as it gets).

Win XP pro, IE 6.0.2600.0000, 1024x768, Dial-up ISP



Paul.
07/24/2003 11:26:20 PM · #15
Looks great on Mozilla Firebird and Konquerer both on Redhat Linux 9
07/25/2003 12:05:41 AM · #16
looks awesome can you email me if interested in fixing up a site for me
I'll pay of course
rll07@qwest.net
thanks
07/25/2003 01:24:42 AM · #17
Looks great from here!
Win 98 1024 x 768
IE cable
07/25/2003 01:34:33 AM · #18
Looks great! Windows XP Professional - Internet Explorer 6. 1024x768

07/25/2003 07:13:19 AM · #19
Scrolling, a bit tedious but works well on Dell Axim x5, Pocket PC 2002 & Pocket IE ;)
07/25/2003 07:25:55 AM · #20
There is no server side validation on your form.

The client side validation you did use doesn't correctly check for email address format.

ie: blah@blah validates true.
07/25/2003 07:33:21 AM · #21
Thanks for pointing that out roleychiu... you wouldn't happen to know how to fix it would you? :) I put 'required' and 'must be email' in the validation properties, but I guess that just checks for an @.

Thanks everyone for testing it :) Glad to see there are no major problems :)
07/25/2003 01:49:58 PM · #22
you can find some pre-written scripts online. just search: javascript email validation

but you still need server side validation.

just search: php email validation
07/25/2003 01:59:08 PM · #23
Use this to validate your fields...


//www.searchbliss.com/webmaster_tools/formvalidation.htm
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