Images TOO BLOODY BIG, pardon my Klatchian.
3399 posts • joined 23 Nov 2007
Images TOO BLOODY BIG, pardon my Klatchian.
They can fix most of the stupid BBC style on bbc.com by using SMALLER Images. Not bigger.
200 pix header images and smaller.
Make them clickable to THEN load a full size / larger one. You are NOT running the BBC or a Porn site.
No image bigger than 200 pixel
Most 64 x 64.
You need Hires images like you need a hole in the head.
This isn't the BBC!
I'm amazed that:
1) You can admit it
2) You have not yet shrunk the images, yes I know I'm not on 19.2K dialup since November 2005, but postage stamp main images and icon sized subsidiary images are better.
I can recommend a range of free or cheap image editing tools and point you to a tutorial. Because the site is still absolute rubbish.
I'm sorry there is no change, at least for the better, perhaps the extremities are starting to rot.
I better put on the hazard suit.
Crowd source our own properly done site.
When we run out of actual content, just add humorous comments.
None of this stuff of an office premises either. Work from home (or the office of day job during breaks).
This site is now a bad copy of the last BBC website remake.
Ditch giant pictures and make all images smaller, if you are determined to stick with this rubbish design.
Given up reading articles.
with fingers in ears and going La La La?
The main image is INSANELY large
The others are too big.
The design is like a content lacking coffee table book for 2 year olds. Please put it the way it was, or at least a text rich design for grown ups?
This is still rubbish. Tinkering with it is pointless. SCRAP IT.
Someone tell me when the site is usable again.
main images MADLY too big. If I zoom out to make image correct size the text is greeked.
Browser unfortunately can Zoom out on everything or on text only. But can't reduce image size and leave text alone.
This is HORRIBLE. I don't want a kiddies Picture book. I want TEXT!!
I come here to READ! Not gaze at photos or Gifs.
I hate the change, but my middle button / mouse wheel still works in firefox to open new tab.
It's rubbish on a 4:3 15" 1600 x 1200 seriously un-mobile laptop too!
I feel like I'm using 640 x 480 screen instead of 1600 x 1200
Bring back the old site.
It's like a design for TV?
Main image too big!
Stop trying to copy the BBC's Rubbish site.
Plenty are worse. You can pay more and have worse too.
It's very hard to tell.
One incident isn't the deciding factor either.
All back now.
Someone fed the Hamsters.
12/09/2014 4:50 PM
12/09/2014 5:37 PM
Some customers may currently be experiencing website issues within their 1&1 webhosting package due to DDoS attacks.
12/09/2014 5:37 PM
Our engineers have identified the problem and are working to resolve it as quickly as possible.
Which site you get depends where you live.
They have UK hosting (but you need a UK address).
If your address is in some European countries you can only order via .com and you get US (Kansas) Hosting,
My Kansas hosting is still down via Web, but my control panel and SFTP is OK. So my content is still there. Perhaps DNS will take a while to catch up?
are all up though.
My Kansas hosting is down.
Still, over the last year it's been better than Microsoft and many other Clouds/Hosting.
If it's not back soon, I'll worry. Is the UK and German hosting down too?
Till actual program content improves. There seems to be less I want to actually watch each year.
That might explain the low accuracy.
So would Mecanno be more accurate?
What limits the accuracy?
Should be illegal. The folks elsewhere in the Galaxy can buy each others video.
I have no illegal copy DVDs. Despite in Europe Region I have had to buy some USA (inferior 480 line vs 576 line and sometimes films with gratuitous 3:2 pull down shudder) DVDs as the title isn't available anywhere else. They play on my DVD player, but not on any BD player.
How is this news?
Though the article was a bit confusing with some irrelevant detail.
Obviously you send important targets a very nice mouse with a trojan. Much cheaper and more effective.
If you really want to do this you supply a nice monitor with this built in. Perhaps with a special cable dock for ALL cables to pass though (Protect your Cat5, USB, Mains etc from surges and lightening, or equipment replaced free) The nice surge arrestor of course listens on all and uses the ethernet to call home.
Icon because the example is baby stuff.
VB5 & VB6
If you had never used BASIC you could apply all the good stuff you learnt doing C++, Modula-2 etc, for the code you wrote to make your visual design work. No Gotos, No pointers, no go subs and everything typed.
You did have to remember to assign a VB String to a big enough literal if calling C, C++ or Modula-2 based DLLs.
I ignored Windows programming completely till there were real 32 bit versions and 32 bit VB.
VB.net is con for VB6 refusniks, it's a C programmer's concept of VB. Pointless. Better off learning C# for .net
A proper VB for .net would be nice, (not likely), so it's C# (really MS version of Java).
Google in the Taxi or Delivery business?
Only as a sideline to sell more adverts.
Do they make any SIGNIFICANT profit from anything other than selling adverts?
I remember installing MS Xenix on 286 boxes very long ago.
Maybe Linux is MS plan B if MS Win X is a fail?
Same actually for NT and LInux, except one Floppy I think.
I have a floppy that expands into RAM running a Linux, then allows a USB boot of full Linux (for laptops / PCs with USB, Floppy, no CD/DVD and no BIOS option for USB boot, i.e. before May/June 2002 approx.)
I don't care if x86 or x64 or ARM.
There is very little I want connected to the Internet, and nothing more than I had 10 years ago.
In theory you can use Netbeans too. But while I prefer Netbeans to Eclipse, sort of, I'm more familiar with Eclipse on Windows and LInux, I've only used Netbeans about 6 years ago on Windows.
Having recently started to do Android, I can imagine the 1.0 IDE can easily be better than Eclipse. Maybe try it next week.
Pulsars. That's the lads.
Neutron stars are the Galaxy's GPS.
We are mapping them well enough for Solar System Navigation.
Dwarf, but not red.
Not a viable replacement for more than tiniest fraction of a percent of Server Users.
Windows Server Later versions ... Paying thousands to have what you have now?
Time to look at migrating from IIS, Exchange and Sharepoint, the only compelling reasons to have Windows Server at all? Lots of people never got locked into those in the first place.
Only if you want to treat the developing world to our rubbish. it's a better Idea to give them a sustainable power source instead of a continuous stream of dangerous scrap.
Probably there isn't much more reach possible at 100Mbps. So they experiment with shorter distances which inherently allows more speed.
The future is fibre. Even VDSL2 is becoming a Niche for existing apartment blocks, hotels, guest houses etc that don't have Cat5e or similar. At about 900m to 1200m (depending on cross talk, noise, cable condition etc) the ADSL2+ becomes better than VDSL2. Most VDSL gear will fall back to ADSL2+ on poorer / longer lines.
Another aspect also is RFI production as you increase power and bandwidth for higher speeds.
He "cheated" to get toe hold in UK during BSB. He cheated to acquire Italian Operators. His money has distorted UK Football and pricing to have Sky sports is predatory.
Personally I'd never watch Sky Sports even if free.
He should not be allowed to run Channels AND a Platform, one or the other.
We need a decent Europe wide probe into Murdoch's monopolistic activities. Do we want one Europe wide American owned* Satellite Pay TV company?
(*Though Australian he bought US Citizenship).
Telefonica just sold Ireland's O2 to Three and might sell UK's O2 to BT, so perhaps they can afford it.
The Irish DPC is FAR better than the Communications Regulator (Comreg) and the Financial Regulator.
Of course that's not perhaps a good comparison.
They did slap Sky's wrist once.
Will India or China be first with someone on Mars?
MS, the Cloud isn't a stable, universal solution. MS Cloud is a worse lock in than Win95, so no thanks.
So non-tech people under 40?
You should fix the Wikipedia entry for ESA.
Actually ANYONE should fix it. It's a bit confused and rambling.
Most non-tech people haven't heard of ESA, NASA is better at publicity. Yet Arianespace launched 61% of the current in orbit satellites, was 1st commercial launch company and does over 50% of launches.
The European Space Port was started in 1960. It now has a pad for Soyuz launches. In South America, though most control/co-ordination seems to be in Darmstadt, Germany. There seems to be a back-up centre in France (probably a CNES facility), anyone know where?
The connections, funding and membership between Arianespace, ESA (Canada is an associate Member, UK seems not, but EU funds over 20%, so UK pays anyway, there are non-EU European members) and CNES (the French equivalent of NASA) is fascinating. Arianespace seems majority French owned (or they are biggest) with Germans 2nd biggest.).
Spaceports and Launch tech are crucial to getting the parts up to assemble a Spacedock, or a Generation ship Starship. Arianespace doesn't get the headlines of SpaceX, Virgin Galactic or others, perhaps because they just keep iteratively advancing capability and reliability?
ESA and CNES are MUCH more than Arianespace. Even if Arianespace was under cut out of business, there would still be ESA funding using other launch platforms. ESA & CNES do Science, Research, Exploration, Satellites for Weather monitoring, resource, gravity and climate. Also the only civilian alternative to Military GPS (The US and Russian systems exist for Military reasons and can be disabled for civilian use).
STYLING the company's kit.
He doesn't program, design electronics or systems for Apple. Only styles the box (and sometimes GUI appearance) copying Dieter Rams designs for Braun in late 1950s and early 1960s.
He hasn't created any kit ever, as far as I know.
Nearly as nice as Notepad++
LibreOffice : Isn't already on everything?
But the rest of the list? Really the best 8?
"They" employ cheap humans to put adverts on sites.