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  • #16
    Nice forum but I see one thing wrong the width is to small I run on 1024 x 768 and the logo is fine but the forum runs at about 50% of the screen.

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    • #17
      Better

      Is it better now? It should be the same size as this forum.

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      • #18
        checked the source and you have your tables set to 55% and it looks like there all crushed up.

        PS - see the attached file I put a picture in it to show what its like.
        Last edited by kuyenmotdivad; Wed 5th Sep '07, 3:39am.

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        • #19
          That is so wierd.

          I looked at it in IE (I use firefox) and it looked almost identical to me in both, which means it was off by only a few tiny pixels. I dont understand why its soo far off in your browser. So should i put it back to 100% and just change the pixels?

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          • #20
            Why does it say forum4all in your forums when you actually don't even have that domain? haha... that was funny.. www.forum4all.com took me too something normal webpage... Here is a thought.... Try to get that domain before someone else

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            • #21
              Yes it was registered in 2006 as it states here : http://whois.domaintools.com/forum4all.com

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              • #22
                Originally posted by DaveTomneyUK View Post
                Yes it was registered in 2006 as it states here : http://whois.domaintools.com/forum4all.com
                Hmm.. my bad.. But wouldn't it be better if you pointed it to your forum or atleast leave a redirection link somewhere on that page?

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                • #23
                  Got The Name

                  There we go. Now I got the name and got the site up finally. I tried a few mods, but was worried about them slowing the site down. Anyway, I am changing headers now per category, like take a look at any of the main fashion forums. You'll see in the header what I mean.

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                  • #24
                    WOW

                    You sure like creating Sub Forums, I counted "227" of them.

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                    • #25
                      It is really is the Forum4All from what I can see.

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                      • #26
                        Possibly on your sister site, if you should have one, name it 1forum4all. Then just have one forum.

                        Nah, just playing.

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                        • #27
                          Having a million sub-forums actually hurts your forum when you are just starting out since it makes the place look dead where-as the same number of posts on a site with like 3 or 4 forums make the place look like its popping!

                          Once your site starts growing, you can then add new forums based on the needs of your site.

                          good luck!
                          Plan, Do, Check, Act!

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