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8th April 06, 02:58 PM
Help relating to PHP, ASP, JS etc
I will also comment on the overall arrangement of sections, which appear to have been structured without much thought. Not to mention the lack of attention to to grammar.
Perhaps this is something that needs to be worked on?
8th April 06, 03:12 PM
No worries. I've removed JS, if user has JS issue they can post in HTML/XHTML client-side coding. Probably I can make the sticky threads in HTML/XHTML and Server-side coding. Thanks for the help.
8th April 06, 03:21 PM
Perhaps changing the name to "Server and Client-Side Coding" might be an idea. I don't think another forum is necessary just to separate the two, personally.
Not to mention the lack of attention to to grammar.
Hoisted by your own petard, hmm? Hehe. I find the best way to implement a change(s) is to make suggestions for corrections right off the bat. That way we can all discuss them and offer more suggestions or changes until a group consensus may be reached.
8th April 06, 03:38 PM
Hoisted by your own petard, hmm? Hehe.
Glad to see my subtle wittiness going places. ;)
8th April 06, 03:51 PM
Server and Client Side Coding might be confused if I put them together. Better if they're separate because this forum is CSS only.
8th April 06, 04:12 PM
...because this forum is CSS only.
In that case, May I kindly recommend a shift in focus to reflect that:
CSS (Cascading Style Sheets)
Please see the above as just an example; more sub-sections would probably need to be added.
8th April 06, 04:34 PM
mstwntd, that's a good idea. I have thought about that but wasn't sure. Anyway hope you don't mind if I will take your sub categories example?
How about this;
- General Discussion
- Beginner Questions
- Advanced Questions
- Browser Issues
What do you think?
8th April 06, 05:00 PM
A poll, or a suggestion thread would work best in this case, as stealthyninja suggested above. :)
I don't mind if you take my ideas on board, but I think a bit of input from the community is required beforehand.
8th April 06, 05:08 PM
JS could be changed to JSP - which is server-side. :)
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