View Full Version : soOT: Website testas wanted!

19-09-2002, 04:59 PM
Hullo peoples.

If you're morally inclined, could you please pop in to http://mystuff.orcon.net.nz and have a poke around and try and break something (Mike! :D) and report back here with your browser and display resolution and with any comments.

Many thanks,


19-09-2002, 05:04 PM
Your menu items at the top of the screen move when the mouse is over one of them, prety good looking site.
res 1024*768
broser I. E. 6

Jen C
19-09-2002, 05:42 PM
I had initially all your menu tabs running from the mouse as well (scooting left and right) and all your graphic jpg's also doing this ..... but I went back to restart and then to home and graphics and they weren't doing this anymore ???

Really like your tree house logo. Your Beast modified car with blue flames on front has a typo in the description "Photchopping" instead of Photochopping.

Very nice.

res 1024x768; IE6

19-09-2002, 06:06 PM
That's weird. I can't replicate the problem. Mind, Im running IE4 and Opera 6.04 with empty cache's

Don't really want to have to install IE6 ...

19-09-2002, 06:41 PM
I also got the sideways movement using two different browsers: IE5 and also the new Netscape7.

Very nice site. Opening page is very nice......

If I was to be critical of anything, I wasn't too fussed on the three lines at the
right of the grey pages which obscure the typo as you scroll up and down the pages.


19-09-2002, 06:42 PM
IE 5.5, 1024 x 768

Nice ....

Same prob with the navigation tho.... it looks like whenever you hover over a link that table cell gets shrunk to the minimum allowable, and resizing the rest.

I think it may be because your a:hover specs are interfering with the .tablenav class (probably the margin and padding items).

19-09-2002, 06:43 PM
Actually, on further investigation it looks like it's happening wherever you've got a table with a link in it.

19-09-2002, 06:46 PM
Ahem .... last post, promise :)

It's because ....

a:link {

a:hover {

19-09-2002, 07:53 PM
Thanx very very much antmannz

I wonder why it wasn't showing up in mine then?

Is it better now? I fixed it... I hope

19-09-2002, 08:13 PM
all fixed

19-09-2002, 08:46 PM
Hi SoniK,

Looks really good with IE6 with no bugs that I could find,

will take a peek with Mozilla shortly to check!


19-09-2002, 09:03 PM
The three graident bars don't scroll up with the page (unless thats intentional).

Otherwise all ok.

IE 5.0 (running in compatability mode) and Mozilla 1.1, 1024x768.

19-09-2002, 09:22 PM
time for me to be picky ;-)

the 3 line graphic which stays in the same place on the page is cool but annoying.

the background writing "art and music...." needs to be shifted over a bit so i can read it as the front writing blocks the edge of it out.

19-09-2002, 09:24 PM
oops posted to soon...

otherwise it looks really cool.

opera 6.05, 1280x960 res, java 1.4

19-09-2002, 09:44 PM
Hi and thanx to all you peoples. If you send your address to Scott Bartley he will send you something for your troubles. :D

1) If the three bars are that bad, I'll toss 'em
2) The three bars are not meant to scroll
3) The large grey text at the right was meant to be something to look at, not to read
4) You can't keep Baldy away from PressF1 for more than a few hours :^O
5) there is no 5.

Thanks again all.

Actually I'm looking forward to comments from Honeylaser hehehe....

Sorry. :D


19-09-2002, 09:56 PM
Did you want to know about minor spelling mistakes etc also?

Here are four that I noticed.

MyHome: a varity of ways (variety)
Please feel to explore (word free omitted)

MyGraphics: Please click on a thumnail (thumbnail)

MyContact: less disputable then a (than)

Good looking site!


19-09-2002, 09:58 PM
> 4) You can't keep Baldy away from PressF1 for more
> than a few hours :^O

No LOL..... I am trying to boost up IDGs advertising rate and live in hope that I might win a PressF1 prize. I am a bit mystified about your reference to Scott Bartley :^0


19-09-2002, 10:37 PM
Kiwitas again,

Looks good on Mozilla as well!