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DigiCorn

Quote from: Joe on March 16, 2011, 09:32:46 AMYou haven't got your fancysmancywebtoprint site up and running yet? It's been almost 24 hours man. :sarcasm:
Actually, we just launched our new site... no automated ordering yet. I'm still writing all the PDFLib Blocks codes, and we haven't sync'd with ASI either. It's http://www.sig-1.com if you want to check it out and give feedback.
"Selling my soul would be a lot easier if I could just find it."
– Nikki Sixx

"Always do sober what you said you'd do drunk. That will teach you to keep your mouth shut."
― Ernest Hemingway

gnubler

It looks really good, digisig. I'm impressed.

I haven't even started our new site because we haven't opened an account with a new provider yet.  :laugh: Things have been too prepressy around here to start that project.
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"As much as I'd like your guns I prefer your buns." - The G

Quote from: pspdfppdfx on December 06, 2012, 05:03:51 PM
So,  :drunk3: i send the job to the rip with live transparecy (v 1.7 or whatever) and it craps out with a memory error.

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Joe

It is a very nice looking site. Did you do the design or was it Crux Design, a Sacramento graphic design firm?
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gnubler

The Crux site is awful. I hope it isn't you, digisig. 100% Flash sites like that make me close a browser window so fast you wouldn't believe it.  :whip:
Hicks • Cross • Carlin • Kinison • Parker • Stone •  Colbert • Hedberg • Stanhope • Burr

"As much as I'd like your guns I prefer your buns." - The G

Quote from: pspdfppdfx on December 06, 2012, 05:03:51 PM
So,  :drunk3: i send the job to the rip with live transparecy (v 1.7 or whatever) and it craps out with a memory error.

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Joe

Our whole company web site is just one big flash file for which I don't have the source code. It sucks. It really, really, really does.
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DigiCorn

Our old site was also 100% Flash, but our new site only has a little bit here and there. Crux Design did all the work. Now we need someone who know iFrame so we can tie it all together.
"Selling my soul would be a lot easier if I could just find it."
– Nikki Sixx

"Always do sober what you said you'd do drunk. That will teach you to keep your mouth shut."
― Ernest Hemingway

Joe

IFRAME - Inline Frame
Syntax<IFRAME>...</IFRAME>
Attribute Specifications
  • SRC=URI (URI of frame content)
  • NAME=CDATA (name of frame)
  • LONGDESC=URI (link to long description)
  • WIDTH=Length (frame width)
  • HEIGHT=Length (frame height)
  • ALIGN=[ top | middle | bottom | left | right ] (frame alignment)
  • FRAMEBORDER=[ 1 | 0 ] (frame border)
  • MARGINWIDTH=Pixels (margin width)
  • MARGINHEIGHT=Pixels (margin height)
  • SCROLLING=[ yes | no | auto ] (ability to scroll)
  • core attributes
ContentsInline elements, block-level elements
Contained inBlock-level elements, inline elements except BUTTON
The IFRAME element defines an inline frame for the inclusion of external objects including other HTML documents. IFRAME provides similar functionality to OBJECT. One advantage of IFRAME is that it can act as a target for other links. However, OBJECT is included in HTML 4 Strict while IFRAME is not.
IFRAME's SRC attribute provides the location of the frame content--typically an HTML document. The optional NAME attribute specifies the name of the inline frame, allowing links to target the frame.
The content of the IFRAME element is used as an alternative for browsers that are not configured to show or do not support inline frames. The content may consist of inline or block-level elements, though any block-level elements must be allowed inside the containing element of IFRAME. For example, an IFRAME within an H1 cannot contain an H2, but an IFRAME within a DIV can contain any block-level elements.
The LONGDESC attribute gives the URI of a long description of the frame's contents. This is particularly useful for full descriptions of embedded objects. Note that LONGDESC describes the frame content while the content of the IFRAME element acts as a replacement when the external resource cannot be inlined.
An example follows:
<IFRAME SRC="recipe.html" TITLE="The Famous Recipe">
<!-- Alternate content for non-supporting browsers -->
<H2>The Famous Recipe</H2>
<H3>Ingredients</H3>
...
</IFRAME>
The WIDTH and HEIGHT attributes specify the dimensions of the inline frame in pixels or as a percentage of the available space. The FRAMEBORDER attribute specifies whether or not a border should be drawn. The default value of 1 results in a border while a value of 0 suppresses the border. Style sheets allow greater flexibility in suggesting the border presentation.
The ALIGN attribute specifies the alignment of the inline frame. The values top, middle, and bottom specify the frame's position with respect to surrounding content on its left and right.
  ALIGN=middle aligns the vertical center of the frame with the current baseline. To center the frame horizontally on the page, place the frame in a centered block, e.g.,
<P ALIGN=center><IFRAME SRC="foo.html" WIDTH=300 HEIGHT=100></IFRAME></P>
  The other ALIGN values, left and right, specify a floating frame; the frame is placed at the left or right margin and content flows around it. To place content below the frame, use <BR CLEAR=left|right|all> as appropriate.
The vertical-align and float properties of Cascading Style Sheets provide more flexible methods of aligning inline frames.
The MARGINWIDTH and MARGINHEIGHT attributes define the number of pixels to use as the left/right margins and top/bottom margins, respectively, within the inline frame. The value must be a non-negative integer.
The SCROLLING attribute specifies whether scrollbars are provided for the inline frame. The default value, auto, generates scrollbars only when necessary. The value yes gives scrollbars at all times, and the value no suppresses scrollbars--even when they are needed to see all the content.
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gnubler

I have a Flash blocker in Firefox so when I go to their site all I see is a big letter F in the middle of a white screen.  :laugh: Suckers.
Hicks • Cross • Carlin • Kinison • Parker • Stone •  Colbert • Hedberg • Stanhope • Burr

"As much as I'd like your guns I prefer your buns." - The G

Quote from: pspdfppdfx on December 06, 2012, 05:03:51 PM
So,  :drunk3: i send the job to the rip with live transparecy (v 1.7 or whatever) and it craps out with a memory error.

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Joe

Quote from: gnubler on March 16, 2011, 12:56:24 PMI have a Flash blocker in Firefox so when I go to their site all I see is a big letter F in the middle of a white screen.  :laugh: Suckers.

You are only depriving yourself of a wonderful experience.
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Joe

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Farabomb

It does look pretty good there digi.

I won't have to worry about web to print. Only need a basic site with contact info. Right now ours is garbage but sure beats the one with the wrong info that was there.
Speed doesn't kill, rapidly becoming stationary is the problem

I'd rather have stories told than be telling stories of what I could have done.

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Quote from: Farabomb on April 06, 2016, 11:39:41 AMIt's more like grip, grip, grip, noise, then spin and 2 feet in and feel shame.
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My other job

gnubler

Quote from: Joe on March 16, 2011, 12:58:02 PMOops..forgot  :sarcasm:

Joe, you've pretty much reached the point of gnublification where using the sarcasm icon is redundant. "I get it." (wink wink)
Hicks • Cross • Carlin • Kinison • Parker • Stone •  Colbert • Hedberg • Stanhope • Burr

"As much as I'd like your guns I prefer your buns." - The G

Quote from: pspdfppdfx on December 06, 2012, 05:03:51 PM
So,  :drunk3: i send the job to the rip with live transparecy (v 1.7 or whatever) and it craps out with a memory error.

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Joe

Quote from: gnubler on March 16, 2011, 01:47:44 PM
Quote from: Joe on March 16, 2011, 12:58:02 PMOops..forgot  :sarcasm:

Joe, you've pretty much reached the point of gnublification where using the sarcasm icon is redundant. "I get it." (wink wink)

Good to know. That's what I've been shooting for. :whip:
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gnubler

Were you being sarcastic?  :laugh:
Hicks • Cross • Carlin • Kinison • Parker • Stone •  Colbert • Hedberg • Stanhope • Burr

"As much as I'd like your guns I prefer your buns." - The G

Quote from: pspdfppdfx on December 06, 2012, 05:03:51 PM
So,  :drunk3: i send the job to the rip with live transparecy (v 1.7 or whatever) and it craps out with a memory error.

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Joe

Here I go...opening Quark 8 for a web design job. Help me! :cry:
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