1. Post #241
    Self-Boosting Retard
    Weiss's Avatar
    February 2010
    1,228 Posts
    Most everything I've made works without any special allowances in Opera, it just has some weird issues with min-height or something.

    Firefox on the other hand I've been having a lot of issues with lately. Never realized I was ever doing anything special to keep it working in Firefox, until I was working with Chrome.
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  2. Post #242
    RELAXiN's Avatar
    September 2008
    1,078 Posts
    Since when was Opera the browser thats comparable with IE?
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  3. Post #243
    RusselG's Avatar
    February 2011
    594 Posts
    All hail the new supersnail11!
    Late x 1
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  4. Post #244
    Wobbier's Avatar
    August 2008
    301 Posts
    My chrome extension that makes the facepunch header float over the content.

    I updated the permissions so if you got the old version from the last page re-install it.

    http://open.wobbier.com/fp_float.crx

    Sorry again Firefox, maybe later.
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  5. Post #245
    I spent $10 on this.
    :awesome:'s Avatar
    April 2009
    5,467 Posts
    My chrome extension that makes the facepunch header float over the content.

    I updated the permissions so if you got the old version from the last page re-install it.

    http://open.wobbier.com/fp_float.crx

    Sorry again Firefox, maybe later.
    Why not just make it a user script? It's only 1 JS file
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  6. Post #246
    Meow :3
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    July 2005
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    My chrome extension that makes the facepunch header float over the content.

    I updated the permissions so if you got the old version from the last page re-install it.

    http://open.wobbier.com/fp_float.crx

    Sorry again Firefox, maybe later.
    why not a userscript?

    Edited:

    Why not just make it a user script? It's only 1 JS file
    :ninja:
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  7. Post #247
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    August 2008
    301 Posts
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    Mah automerge!

    Edited:

    Why not just make it a user script? It's only 1 JS file
    Hmm never tried those before. I'll try it out tomorrow.
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  8. Post #248

    July 2011
    8 Posts
    hi web devlopment WIZARDS i'm only new to php and im learning html and php so heres my first site:

    http://egowhore.x10.mx/

    i made a file upload website where you can signup and login and see your own personal list of files!

    please tell me what you think but go easy!!!!
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  9. Post #249
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    July 2005
    5,967 Posts
    hi web devlopment WIZARDS i'm only new to php and im learning html and php so heres my first site:

    http://egowhore.x10.mx/

    i made a file upload website where you can signup and login and see your own personal list of files!

    please tell me what you think but go easy!!!!
    Warning: file_get_contents(/password.txt) [function.file-get-contents]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /home/egowhore/public_html/Login.php on line 2

    holy fuck dude storing passwords (I'm assuming unhashed) on a text file on your server

    try sha1 and don't do that
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  10. Post #250
    secretly a furry
    Jelly's Avatar
    April 2011
    2,003 Posts
    hi web devlopment WIZARDS i'm only new to php and im learning html and php so heres my first site:

    http://egowhore.x10.mx/

    i made a file upload website where you can signup and login and see your own personal list of files!

    please tell me what you think but go easy!!!!
    Learn basic security techniques before you put your site back up again please.

    Edited:

    Remove index.php and then move all the files from bkp to the root. Then delete .htaccess and you're done.
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  11. Post #251

    July 2011
    8 Posts
    Learn basic security techniques before you put your site back up again please.

    Edited:

    Remove index.php and then move all the files from bkp to the root. Then delete .htaccess and you're done.
    wtf did you do with all the bkp/bkp/bkp/bkp/bkp/bkp/bkp/ folders!!!
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  12. Post #252
    secretly a furry
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    April 2011
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    wtf did you do with all the bkp/bkp/bkp/bkp/bkp/bkp/bkp/ folders!!!
    I said to put it back up when you've fixed all the security issues.
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  13. Post #253

    July 2011
    8 Posts
    stop ruining my site i'm only trying to learn!
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  14. Post #254
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    August 2007
    1,253 Posts
    Then learn the correct/secure ways and don't be silly and store passwords in a text file.

    Wow you can even just upload php files?

    Fix it before uploading again.
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  15. Post #255
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    May 2009
    15 Posts
    It's like trying to learn how to use a flamethrower by burning children to death.

    There are better ways. You are terrible.
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  16. Post #256
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    January 2010
    1,688 Posts
    So I guess I should scrap that design that I showed last page and make a totally new one?
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  17. Post #257
    secretly a furry
    Jelly's Avatar
    April 2011
    2,003 Posts
    Nothing was sanitized, passwords were stored in clear text, and to top that off there wasn't a black or white list for file types.
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  18. Post #258
    TeratybeS's Avatar
    June 2011
    273 Posts
    Nothing was sanitized, passwords were stored in clear text, and to top that off their wasn't a black or white list for file types.
    God I loved the two months when we didn't have this kind of people coming around.
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  19. Post #259
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    June 2006
    2,194 Posts
    God I loved the two months when we didn't have this kind of people coming around.
    You mean the kind of person you were a couple of months ago?
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  20. Post #260
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    September 2010
    440 Posts
    Could someone explain what zing means and when to use it please.
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  21. Post #261
    secretly a furry
    Jelly's Avatar
    April 2011
    2,003 Posts
    Could someone explain what zing means and when to use it please.
    When you "own" another person. (At least in the instances in which I've seen it)
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  22. Post #262

    July 2011
    8 Posts
    ok i've learnt from my mistakes guys, i now realise why what i was doing was wrong

    Edited:

    oh, does anyone know where i can get free/cheap ruby hosting?
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  23. Post #263
    secretly a furry
    Jelly's Avatar
    April 2011
    2,003 Posts
    ok i've learnt from my mistakes guys, i now realise why what i was doing was wrong

    Edited:

    oh, does anyone know where i can get free/cheap ruby hosting?
    Ruby :: Heroku
    PHP :: PHPFog
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  24. Post #264
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    July 2011
    5 Posts
    Ruby :: Heroku
    PHP :: PHPFog
    Are you really fucking recommending phpfog
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  25. Post #265
    secretly a furry
    Jelly's Avatar
    April 2011
    2,003 Posts
    Are you really fucking recommending phpfog
    You're either compwhizii or turb , I don't use phpfog nor do I give a shit about their problems it's his choice if he goes with them.

    Edited:

    Besides, if he cared about security he wouldn't store plain text passwords in a public passwords.txt file.
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  26. Post #266
    a2h
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    September 2008
    2,460 Posts
    So much anger in webdev these days... sigh
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  27. Post #267

    July 2011
    8 Posts
    So much anger in webdev these days... sigh
    He was such a lovely kid before he started using...

    Edited:

    PHP. You don't know what it'll do to you.
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  28. Post #268
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    June 2011
    273 Posts
    You mean the kind of person you were a couple of months ago?
    I've never been like that. Or else, prove it.
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  29. Post #269
    hzy
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    January 2009
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    I've never been like that. Or else, prove it.
    the entire second half of waywo v5.
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  30. Post #270
    BrettJay's Avatar
    October 2007
    608 Posts
    I've never been like that. Or else, prove it.
    That thread you made claiming to teach design but confusing it with HTML and CSS
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  31. Post #271
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    June 2011
    273 Posts
    That thread you made claiming to teach design but confusing it with HTML and CSS
    Well ok you have a point but I wasn't nearly as bad as those people. And anyway if that's your point then you've been bad too at some point. Everyone has.

    Edited:

    the entire second half of waywo v5.
    That's another category of "being bad"
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  32. Post #272
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    June 2006
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    Well ok you have a point but I wasn't nearly as bad as those people. And anyway if that's your point then you've been bad too at some point. Everyone has.

    Edited:

    That's another category of "being bad"
    You just made a counter-argument to your own previous post. You've been as bad as those people, we all have. I've seen your recent code and it's absolutely awful (remember you open-sourced qfi.im?), you have no regards for standards or best practices and boast about it like some badge of honor, you can't structure your way out of a cardboard box, you have a self-inflated ego the size of a small country with zero consistency to back it all up, and if someone so much as points something out in your work you go into this little passive-aggressive fit that makes me cringe every single time.

    Edited:

    You look smashing today, BrettJay. *wink*
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  33. Post #273
    hzy
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    January 2009
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    You just made a counter-argument to your own previous post. You've been as bad as those people, we all have. I've seen your recent code and it's absolutely awful (remember you open-sourced qfi.im?), you have no regards for standards or best practices and boast about it like some badge of honor, you can't structure your way out of a cardboard box, you have a self-inflated ego the size of a small country with zero consistency to back it all up, and if someone so much as points something out in your work you go into this little passive-aggressive fit that makes me cringe every single time.
    snap
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  34. Post #274
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    October 2007
    608 Posts
    Well ok you have a point but I wasn't nearly as bad as those people. And anyway if that's your point then you've been bad too at some point. Everyone has.
    No doubt I was bad at one time; I never claimed that I was never an amateur at web development though; I also never aspired to teach people before I actually understood what I was teaching, not that enthusiasm on your part is a bad thing

    This forum is open to anyone and everyone, and there's certainly a varied degree of experience and skill amongst the people that post here. But I think it's important that people are patient with new users and beginners - provided they're not being arrogant or deliberately annoying - because we've all been there and can relate to just starting out. I find arrogance much more annoying than ignorance. Someone who knows nothing about web development but is humble and eager to learn is a much more welcome member of the community for me than someone who knows a thing or two about web development but refutes any sort of criticism or suggestion because they think they alone know best.

    I'm not saying that anyone here is like that, but I don't see any reason to not help out new members unless they're being arrogant and refusing to take on board any help they're offered.

    Edited:

    Harsh words of truth, and something about TerabyteS too
    Never leave us, StinkyJoe.
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  35. Post #275
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    June 2011
    273 Posts
    You just made a counter-argument to your own previous post. You've been as bad as those people, we all have. I've seen your recent code and it's absolutely awful (remember you open-sourced qfi.im?), you have no regards for standards or best practices and boast about it like some badge of honor, you can't structure your way out of a cardboard box, you have a self-inflated ego the size of a small country with zero consistency to back it all up, and if someone so much as points something out in your work you go into this little passive-aggressive fit that makes me cringe every single time.

    Edited:

    You look smashing today, BrettJay. *wink*
    No doubt I was bad at one time; I never claimed that I was never an amateur at web development though; I also never aspired to teach people before I actually understood what I was teaching, not that enthusiasm on your part is a bad thing

    This forum is open to anyone and everyone, and there's certainly a varied degree of experience and skill amongst the people that post here. But I think it's important that people are patient with new users and beginners - provided they're not being arrogant or deliberately annoying - because we've all been there and can relate to just starting out. I find arrogance much more annoying than ignorance. Someone who knows nothing about web development but is humble and eager to learn is a much more welcome member of the community for me than someone who knows a thing or two about web development but refutes any sort of criticism or suggestion because they think they alone know best.

    I'm not saying that anyone here is like that, but I don't see any reason to not help out new members unless they're being arrogant and refusing to take on board any help they're offered.
    Yeah I realized my comment was entirely arrogant and dumb after posting that reply to your post above, I guess we all have to learn to get to where we want to get, and I realize I'm not the best of the line either.

    I'm not gonna try and make up excuses for this, I'm genuinely sorry.
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  36. Post #276
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    September 2010
    440 Posts
    Yeah I realized my comment was entirely arrogant and dumb after posting that reply to your post above, I guess we all have to learn to get to where we want to get, and I realize I'm not the best of the line either.

    I'm not gonna try and make up excuses for this, I'm genuinely sorry.
    If everyone did the decent thing and ended what has the potential to turn into another argument like this then the thread would be a much better place. Well Done TerabyteS.

    Edited:

    Is it just me or do you get half way through a project and have to restructure all the elements and classes because your CSS is a mess. I never sit down and actually plan which classes I am going to use in order to maximise reuse until the very end.
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  37. Post #277
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    October 2007
    608 Posts
    Is it just me or do you get half way through a project and have to restructure all the elements and classes because your CSS is a mess. I never sit down and actually plan which classes I am going to use in order to maximise reuse until the very end.
    It's not just you. If I write out the markup and css in a single session, I find I can keep it relatively organised and clean. Going back to code from ~6 months ago and making changes, however, is a different story.

    I tend to format my css with indentations - something a lot of people don't do. I also try and be as minimal with my css declarations as possible, use short-hand, etc. There are definitely a lot of different ways to format css, just try and find a style that suits you.

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  38. Post #278
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    September 2010
    440 Posts
    It's not just you. If I write out the markup and css in a single session, I find I can keep it relatively organised and clean. Going back to code from ~6 months ago and making changes, however, is a different story.

    I tend to format my css with indentations - something a lot of people don't do. I also try and be as minimal with my css declarations as possible, use short-hand, etc. There are definitely a lot of different ways to format css, just try and find a style that suits you.
    You are a genius - why am I not doing this?

    I really want to be able to do:
    #id
    {
        /*some styles*/
       .class
       {
            /*some more styles*/
       }
    }
    
    without any javascript parsers - dunno why it wasn't part of the original spec.

    The only issue that I can think with that is being able to distinguish between #id.class and #id .class which could have been cleared up with a double dot or something. It would have made CSS so much better.

    It wasn't actually the structure of the CSS file that I was referring to but the use of the classes within the project - I always tend to use too many classes. Each unique element pretty much has its own class. I also tend to set something like float:left; on .setting div. As 60% of the divs float left but then have to add .no-float to all the other ones and it just ends up being messy.

    I suck at logically using classes to maximise code reuse.
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  39. Post #279
    secretly a furry
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    April 2011
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    You are a genius - why am I not doing this?

    I really want to be able to do:
    #id
    {
        /*some styles*/
       .class
       {
            /*some more styles*/
       }
    }
    
    without any javascript parsers - dunno why it wasn't part of the original spec.

    The only issue that I can think with that is being able to distinguish between #id.class and #id .class which could have been cleared up with a double dot or something. It would have made CSS so much better.

    It wasn't actually the structure of the CSS file that I was referring to but the use of the classes within the project - I always tend to use too many classes. Each unique element pretty much has its own class. I also tend to set something like float:left; on .setting div. As 60% of the divs float left but then have to add .no-float to all the other ones and it just ends up being messy.

    I suck at logically using classes to maximise code reuse.
    There are implementations of Less in Ruby and PHP. Hell, there are even apps that automatically compile it into CSS.
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  40. Post #280
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    September 2010
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    There are implementations of Less in Ruby and PHP. Hell, there are even apps that automatically compile it into CSS.
    SpidersDesign posted:
    without any javascript parsers
    That requires a js parser - I shouldn't have to compile my CSS.
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