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    Exclamation GEORGE- ADMIN! (MAD)

    HOW DARE YOU ACCUSE ME OF REMOVING THE COPY RIGHT
    NOTICE FROM THIS SCRIPT! WHO IN THE HELL DO YOU THINK
    YOU ARE? GOD OR SOME THING?

    I DID NOT. I REPEAT I DID NOT REMOVE ANY THING FROM THIS
    SCRIPT BELOW.

    I GOT THIS SCRIPT FROM THIS WEB SITE EXACTLY THE WAY I
    HAVE PASTED IT HERE.

    HERE GO AND CHECK....

    http://html_help4u.tripod.com/img_refl.html

    IT CAME FROM HERE:

    http://html_help4u.tripod.com/effects.html#image


    AND THEN I WANT A PROMPT APOLOGY
    FROM YOU OR I AM GOING TO REPORT YOU FOR NEGLIGENCE.
    YOU HAVE NO RIGHTS WHAT SO EVER TO FALSELY AND VERY
    WRONG ACCUSE ME OF SOME THING I DID NOT DO!

    GET A LIFE!




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    Why The GAP please????
    I have been using this code.




    code:--------------------------------------------------------------------------------<center>
    <!--Change following image name to your own-->
    <img id="reflect" src="http://members.truepath.com/cheekymomto3/newbanner.gif">
    <br>
    <script language="JavaScript1.2">

    function f1(){
    setInterval("mdiv.filters.wave.phase+=10",100);
    }

    if (document.all){
    document.write('<img id=mdiv src="'+document.all.reflect.src+'" style=" filter:wave(strength=3,freq=3,phase=0,lightstrengt
    h=30) blur() flipv()">')
    window.onload=f1
    }

    </script>
    </center>--------------------------------------------------------------------------------





    Here it is as you can see on this link:


    http://www.boomspeed.com/juners45/


    I cannot figure out for the life of me why there is a gap between
    the image and the reflection!

    How do I fix this please to have it totally joined.

    Any help is greatfully received.



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    08-05-2002 05:03 AM

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    This is a script from Dynamicdrive.com, yet you've removed the copyright notice. We do not provide support to those that violate other's work/ terms of service. Please reinstate copyright notice first.

    Closing thread.


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    Last edited by Vasudha; 08-06-2002 at 06:19 AM.

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    Ha. IE a better browser. That's funny.

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    YEAH WELL DONT BOTHER POINTING THE FINGER AT ME. FOR
    A START ITS NOT MY SITE. SECONDLY I DO NOT EVEN KNOW
    WHAT THE HECK A I.E BROWSER IS!

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    Hi Vasudha:
    You're right, I was obviously too haste when passing my judgment. You obtained the script from a source that didn't contain the copyright notice, illegally I may add. Without more information the blame should be put on the site in question, not you. We deal with a lot of such violations, so I apologize in jumping to conclusions.

    FYI, the original and true copy of the script can be found here: http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex4/reflect.htm Please add in the copyright notice if you wish to continue using it.

    p.s: In the future, I will ask that you email/PM me regarding such personal matters. I'm not always 100% on top of things, but that doesn't give any member the right to use the forum to air their grievances. Email me instead using the contact link above.

    This thread will self terminate in a few hours.

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    I dont care if this post is deleted in a few hours. At least
    you apologized and for that I am extremely greatful.

    Yes I will email you in future instead of posting it here.


    Thank you again for your apology!

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    X_goose IE is a better browser by far and that's a great site for a lot of scripts and various info. Hope he didn't lift a script But then again you'll have 18 idiots submitting the same script to different sites all claiming they authored it.

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    Originally posted by Pooh
    X_goose IE is a better browser by far
    Heh, since this thread will self-destruct soon enough, I'm gonna have a little fun....

    IE absolutely sucks! There, I said it, and here are my reasons:

    Javascript - weak implementation and horrible error reporting

    Images - alpha channel + png images without cheap hacks, 'nuff said

    Standards - here's the doozy: horrible CSS2 support, horrible XHTML support (MS says up to 1.0 transitional, but considering we have 1.0 strict, modular xhtml, xhtml basic, xhtml 1.1, and now a xhtml 2.0 WD out....), no DOM2 support (you could argue it supports whatever DOM2 Core didn't change from DOM1), horrible XML support (no XML rendering of XHTML without indentity transform xslt document, no XLink support at all, missing support for many important/useful xml applications inline - doesn't support their namespaces, such as svg, mathml, etc)

    the list keeps on going. And you know what? My favorite rendering engine (Gecko) does everything I just listed IE can't. It also goes above and beyond that by implementing many CSS3 selectors and pseudo-classes, as well as certain CSS3 properties through -moz-propname, not to mention support for the DOM3 XPath interface (in WD, last call).

    *sigh* If only everyone used Gecko...

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    "*sigh* If only everyone used Gecko..."

    lol then we would have a browser that could do everything that no-one actually uses anyway

    "horrible XML support (no XML rendering of XHTML without indentity transform xslt document, no XLink support"

    damn & I was just about to do some identity transformation as well, never mind..... Xlink - how `standard` is that at the moment ? and why doesnt gecko support <layers> ?

    half the thinks you speak of Jason are working draughts and specialised fields, where perhaps moz will excel ?, that a browser can display HTML/XHTML and can utilise javascript seems sufficient, at least thats what 92% of internet users appear to think ? (I know)
    resistance is...

    MVC is the current buzz in web application architectures. It comes from event-driven desktop application design and doesn't fit into web application design very well. But luckily nobody really knows what MVC means, so we can call our presentation layer separation mechanism MVC and move on. (Rasmus Lerdorf)

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    Whoa there jkd. Gecko is great, but far from perfect. There are many things that IE does that Gecko does not that are very useful (and many times more useful than not yet official recommendations such as CSS3) like DHTML behaviors and Dynamic Properties.

    You have to remember, when someone says "IE is better" than it's probably in a significant context, such as "I don't use XML, MathML, SVG, CSS, or any of that crap, so why should I care about Gecko? At least I can use document.all. Oh ya, and what's XHTML?"

    So, just becuse Gecko is teacher's pet to the W3C, doesn't mean it is impirically better.

    BTW, just for the record...I think Gecko does kicks some serious a**

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    Originally posted by beetle
    Whoa there jkd. Gecko is great, but far from perfect. There are many things that IE does that Gecko does not that are very useful (and many times more useful than not yet official recommendations such as CSS3) like DHTML behaviors and Dynamic Properties.

    You have to remember, when someone says "IE is better" than it's probably in a significant context, such as "I don't use XML, MathML, SVG, CSS, or any of that crap, so why should I care about Gecko? At least I can use document.all. Oh ya, and what's XHTML?"

    So, just becuse Gecko is teacher's pet to the W3C, doesn't mean it is impirically better.

    BTW, just for the record...I think Gecko does kicks some serious a**
    I've extensively worked with IE's behaviors, and find Gecko's XBL superior. As for dynamic properties, the watch() property of the object is infinitely more useful, and can be used to emulate it.

    MathML, SVG, and CSS are some of the most important emerging technologies for web browsers - your simple dismissal of them will be something you'll regret later on.

    And *why* would you ever want to use document.all? Even the W3C DOM1 methods of locating elements are far superior in implementation.

    I think you have the wrong idea of a browser that strictly follows standards... its not so that they can claim anything over others, but rather it is an effort to make our lives simpler and easier. People who think they are stupid are only ruining the future of web design and related jobs.

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    And *why* would you ever want to use document.all? Even the W3C DOM1 methods of locating elements are far superior in implementation.
    I don't, I was speaking through someone else's mouth. Just an example of a typical reponse I've gotten on this subject. That's why I typed it within double quotes
    MathML, SVG, and CSS are some of the most important emerging technologies for web browsers - your simple dismissal of them will be something you'll regret later on.
    I don't dismiss them. I love them. I rarely have a use for MathML, but it's cool anyways.
    I've extensively worked with IE's behaviors, and find Gecko's XBL superior. As for dynamic properties, the watch() property of the object is infinitely more useful, and can be used to emulate it.
    Thanks for the heads up on these. I know about XBL and like it. But, the fact of the matter is that most people (by a VERY large majority) use IE. Until this is not true, you will have to accept the fact that people on this board are largely looking for IE solutions, and many of them are hobbyists, who certainly will not regret ignoring such things as CSS3. The story is obviously different for web professionals such as you and myself.
    I think you have the wrong idea of a browser that strictly follows standards... its not so that they can claim anything over others, but rather it is an effort to make our lives simpler and easier. People who think they are stupid are only ruining the future of web design and related jobs.
    I agree 100%, but even you have to admit that object.innerHTML is a whole lot "easier and simpler" than all the appendChild mess you have to use with the correct DOM method.
    </rebuttal>
    Last edited by beetle; 08-06-2002 at 11:18 PM.

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    Cool

    this is fun
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    I love starting things.

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    Originally posted by beetle
    but even you have to admit that object.innerHTML is a whole lot "easier and simpler" than all the appendChild mess you have to use with the correct DOM method.
    </rebuttal>
    Wait until browsers support the DOM3 Load and Save interface... it takes care of innerHTML and a lot more...

    I'll shut up now , I've argued web standards more than enough...

    :: wonders when topic will self-destruct ::

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    Wait? but innerHTML is here now (and has been!) hehe. I understand what you are saying. Been a good debate

    . o 0 ( wonders if jkd spends all his free time reading www.w3.org )

    P.S. This message will self-destruct in 5 seconds. Wait, make that 10. Err one minute...no no no...five minutes. Oh hell, we don't know when, just grab your knickers!


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