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#1: Re: This is the best example of web development code I"ve ever seen

Posted on 2005-08-08 05:31:18 by Perfect Reign

someone posing as Gary L. Burnore figured someone gave a rat's ass and
spewed out:

> http://www.backwater-productions.net/hatter-blog/code.txt

Boy, you haven't seen much, have you?

I'm tired now, but...

1. document.writes = very server unresponsive.

2. mapped images = soooooo oldschool. And when he wants to update?

3. stylesheets - they're a good thing. Take about half the code a way.

4. Z-index = not very reliable. Servers tend to mess these up. I've learned
to stay away.

That's just from a thirty second look.
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#2: This is the best example of web development code I"ve ever seen

Posted on 2005-08-08 06:25:38 by garylburnore

http://www.backwater-productions.net/hatter-blog/code.txt

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#3: Re: This is the best example of web development code I"ve ever seen

Posted on 2005-08-08 07:04:42 by Nik Coughin

PerfectReign wrote:
> someone posing as Gary L. Burnore figured someone gave a rat's ass and
> spewed out:
>
>> http://www.backwater-productions.net/hatter-blog/code.txt
>
> 4. Z-index = not very reliable. Servers tend to mess these up. I've
> learned to stay away.

Servers tend to mess up z-index?

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#4: Re: This is the best example of web development code I"ve ever seen

Posted on 2005-08-08 07:11:22 by mbstevens

Gary L. Burnore wrote:
> http://www.backwater-productions.net/hatter-blog/code.txt
>
http://www.rube-goldberg.com/html/pencil_sharpener.htm

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#5: Re: This is the best example of web development code I"ve ever seen

Posted on 2005-08-08 08:32:06 by Barbara de Zoete

On 7 Aug 2005 21:25:38 -0700, Gary L. Burnore <garylburnore@hotmail.com> wrote:

> http://www.backwater-productions.net/hatter-blog/code.txt
>

Isn't that just some file on the site you recently proclaimed to be "[...] hands
down the best designed website I have ever viewed"? What are you trying to do?

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#6: Re: This is the best example of web development code I"ve ever seen

Posted on 2005-08-08 10:32:03 by Fred

Onideus Mad Hatter, <usenet@backwater-productions.net>, whose name means
"breathtakingly ugly, face full of zits; likes cabbage", gushed:

> "server unresponsive"?

I love that. It looks good on you.

> o_O *crickets chirping* Image maps are usually necessary when you use
> split form image content in order to maximize file savings and they're
> quite easily updated...although that's one of my lil trade
> sekrats.

That's the danger of a strong person. You can do anything.

> And add about a second to the overall page rendering
> time...in which case teh saving don't amount for much.

Don't do too much or it'll kill you.

> I plan to do some tests with Reaper's code here at some point, but I
> highly suspect that what I'm going to find is a significant decrease in
> page rendering speed...not to mention an increase of browser
> crashes since it'll be relying more on teh end users system.

Some people should not be let loose near a computer. You, for instance.

> ..".servers" tend to mess them up?

To catch fish.

> o_O *crickets chirping*

Camel Filters: They're not for everyone.

> I can never get away with feeding my broccoli to the dog.

I really don't want to know, Hatter.

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#7: Re: This is the best example of web development code I"ve ever seen

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#10: Re: This is the best example of web development code I"ve ever seen

Posted on 2005-08-08 14:01:28 by Administrator

On Sun, 07 Aug 2005 21:25:38 -0700, Gary L. Burnore wrote:

> http://www.backwater-productions.net/hatter-blog/code.txt

1:
print "K";
print "O";
print "O";
print "K";
print "\n";

GOTO 1;

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#11: Re: This is the best example of web development code I"ve ever seen

Posted on 2005-08-08 14:21:02 by Vinny

"Gary L. Burnore" <garylburnore@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:1123475137.986565.162480@z14g2000cwz.googlegroups.com.. .
> http://www.backwater-productions.net/hatter-blog/code.txt
>

Hatter/s cheering xection.

There ya go hatter, now you can see who your audience is.
Better go check your ports 3-11 for abuse

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#12: Re: This is the best example of web development code I"ve ever seen

Posted on 2005-08-08 15:48:28 by Hans van Eynsbergen

On Mon, 08 Aug 2005 08:32:06 +0200, Barbara de Zoete, after pondering on
life, the Universe and everything, checking the Hitchhiker's guide to
the Galaxy we now know to be Usenet, decided to scribble :
> On 7 Aug 2005 21:25:38 -0700, Gary L. Burnore <garylburnore@hotmail.com> wrote:
>
>> http://www.backwater-productions.net/hatter-blog/code.txt
>>
>
> Isn't that just some file on the site you recently proclaimed to be "[...] hands
> down the best designed website I have ever viewed"? What are you trying to do?

Barbara,

Ik heb even op je site gekeken en ik moet nodig mijn reeds bij Planet
gevestigde domeinnaam laten hosten.
Toch heb ik nog wel een paar vraagjes.
Kan jij mij verder helpen ?
Addy is valid.

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#13: Re: This is the best example of web development code I"ve ever seen

Posted on 2005-08-09 01:09:25 by Anonymous

Hans van Eynsbergen wrote:
> On Mon, 08 Aug 2005 08:32:06 +0200, Barbara de Zoete, after pondering on
> life, the Universe and everything, checking the Hitchhiker's guide to
> the Galaxy we now know to be Usenet, decided to scribble :
>
>>On 7 Aug 2005 21:25:38 -0700, Gary L. Burnore <garylburnore@hotmail.com> wrote:
>>
>>
>>>http://www.backwater-productions.net/hatter-blog/code.txt
>>>
>>
>>Isn't that just some file on the site you recently proclaimed to be "[...] hands
>>down the best designed website I have ever viewed"? What are you trying to do?
>
>
> Barbara,
>
> Ik heb even op je site gekeken en ik moet nodig mijn reeds bij Planet
> gevestigde domeinnaam laten hosten.
> Toch heb ik nog wel een paar vraagjes.
> Kan jij mij verder helpen ?
> Addy is valid.
>
> Groetjes !

lol Hans, for a second there I thought that was R13 ;P

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#14: Re: This is the best example of web development code I"ve ever seen

Posted on 2005-08-09 06:41:29 by unknown

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#15: Re: This is the best example of web development code I"ve ever seen

Posted on 2005-08-09 16:34:19 by Perfect Reign

On Tue, 09 Aug 2005 00:30:51 -0700, someone posing as Onideus Mad Hatter
pretended that someone gave a rat's ass and spewed out:

> On Mon, 8 Aug 2005 21:41:29 -0700, "^reaper^" <knocking@deaths.door>
> wrote:
>
>>[snecked and snipped]
>>
>>While sipping absinthe, Onideus Mad Hatter heard a loud sucking noise
>>coming from alt.2600, and hastily inscribed the following unintelligible
>>Sanskrit in <news:qd0ef1d1ajqcr1rpe011g64sr77q6tqk2b@4ax.com>:
>>
>>> And add about a second to the overall page rendering time...in which
>>> case teh saving don't amount for much. I plan to do some tests with
>>> Reaper's code
>>
>>You can try this for starters: http://www.spyderware.net/farfoos/
>
> Hrmmm...if it's THAT slow just for loading teh background I'd be
> better off just using a giant 90KB single graphic for teh static image
> portions.
>
> I think I'm gonna just incorporate cascading style sheets, but unlike
> your example I think I'll try using multiples...unless they turn out
> to be incompatible with teh Mac...although I'm gettin REAL close to
> just giving Mac the finger.

Give Lisa the finger.

Mac just might get mad and bitchslap you.


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#16: Re: This is the best example of web development code I"ve ever seen

Posted on 2005-08-09 19:32:27 by Perfect Reign

On Tue, 09 Aug 2005 10:20:38 -0700, someone posing as Onideus Mad Hatter
pretended that someone gave a rat's ass and spewed out:

> On Tue, 9 Aug 2005 07:34:19 -0700, Perfect Reign
> <theperfectreign@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
>>On Tue, 09 Aug 2005 00:30:51 -0700, someone posing as Onideus Mad Hatter
>>pretended that someone gave a rat's ass and spewed out:
>>
>>> On Mon, 8 Aug 2005 21:41:29 -0700, "^reaper^" <knocking@deaths.door>
>>> wrote:
>>>
>>>>[snecked and snipped]
>>>>
>>>>While sipping absinthe, Onideus Mad Hatter heard a loud sucking noise
>>>>coming from alt.2600, and hastily inscribed the following unintelligible
>>>>Sanskrit in <news:qd0ef1d1ajqcr1rpe011g64sr77q6tqk2b@4ax.com>:
>>>>
>>>>> And add about a second to the overall page rendering time...in which
>>>>> case teh saving don't amount for much. I plan to do some tests with
>>>>> Reaper's code
>>>>
>>>>You can try this for starters: http://www.spyderware.net/farfoos/
>>>
>>> Hrmmm...if it's THAT slow just for loading teh background I'd be
>>> better off just using a giant 90KB single graphic for teh static image
>>> portions.
>>>
>>> I think I'm gonna just incorporate cascading style sheets, but unlike
>>> your example I think I'll try using multiples...unless they turn out
>>> to be incompatible with teh Mac...although I'm gettin REAL close to
>>> just giving Mac the finger.
>>
>>Give Lisa the finger.
>>
>>Mac just might get mad and bitchslap you.
>
> Mac doesn't have enough of a following to try and bitch slap
> me...despite what the sandle wearing, box wine drinking, metrosexual
> fag wannabes would like to think. If you bought a Mac you didn't buy
> it to surf the Inet, you bought it to try and "look cool", so shut the
> fuck up and stop bitching about functionality. Fuckin Mac addicts
> ought to be happy I even take their garbage into idle consideration.
>

Settle down, little man. And no, my mac wasn't bought to surf the net,
since it doesn't even come with a network connection. I suppose I could've
brought it to school and hooked up the serial port to the AppleTalk network
adapter, which might have allowed me to telnet into my VAX session...



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#17: Re: This is the best example of web development code I"ve ever seen

Posted on 2005-08-09 20:55:39 by Hans van Eynsbergen

On Tue, 09 Aug 2005 00:09:25 +0100, Mimic, after pondering on life, the
Universe and everything, checking the Hitchhiker's guide to the Galaxy
we now know to be Usenet, decided to scribble :
> Hans van Eynsbergen wrote:
>> On Mon, 08 Aug 2005 08:32:06 +0200, Barbara de Zoete, after pondering on
>> life, the Universe and everything, checking the Hitchhiker's guide to
>> the Galaxy we now know to be Usenet, decided to scribble :
>>
>>>On 7 Aug 2005 21:25:38 -0700, Gary L. Burnore <garylburnore@hotmail.com> wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>>http://www.backwater-productions.net/hatter-blog/code.tx t
>>>>
>>>
>>>Isn't that just some file on the site you recently proclaimed to be "[...] hands
>>>down the best designed website I have ever viewed"? What are you trying to do?
>>
>> Barbara,
>>
>> Ik heb even op je site gekeken en ik moet nodig mijn reeds bij Planet
>> gevestigde domeinnaam laten hosten.
>> Toch heb ik nog wel een paar vraagjes.
>> Kan jij mij verder helpen ?
>> Addy is valid.
>>
>> Groetjes !
>
> lol Hans, for a second there I thought that was R13 ;P

Nahh...just Dutch, she has a hosting company and I need my domain name
hosted, looks like it's cool !
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#18: Re: This is the best example of web development code I"ve ever seen

Posted on 2005-08-09 21:29:50 by Barbara de Zoete

On Tue, 9 Aug 2005 20:55:39 +0200, Hans van Eynsbergen
<Hans@NOSPAMALLOWEDhvane.cotse.net> wrote:

> Nahh...just Dutch, she has a hosting company

I do? Now I understand where that big cash comes from.


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#19: Re: This is the best example of web development code I"ve ever seen

Posted on 2005-08-09 22:40:04 by Anonymous

^reaper^ wrote:
> [snecked and snipped]
>
> While sipping absinthe, Onideus Mad Hatter heard a loud sucking noise
> coming from alt.2600, and hastily inscribed the following unintelligible
> Sanskrit in <news:qd0ef1d1ajqcr1rpe011g64sr77q6tqk2b@4ax.com>:
>
>
>>And add about a second to the overall page rendering time...in which
>>case teh saving don't amount for much. I plan to do some tests with
>>Reaper's code
>
>
> You can try this for starters: http://www.spyderware.net/farfoos/
>

reeps, thats shredded in FFox 1.0.6/ XPproc

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#20: Re: This is the best example of web development code I"ve ever seen

Posted on 2005-08-09 22:40:52 by Anonymous

Onideus Mad Hatter wrote:
> On Mon, 8 Aug 2005 21:41:29 -0700, "^reaper^" <knocking@deaths.door>
> wrote:
>
>
>>[snecked and snipped]
>>
>>While sipping absinthe, Onideus Mad Hatter heard a loud sucking noise
>>coming from alt.2600, and hastily inscribed the following unintelligible
>>Sanskrit in <news:qd0ef1d1ajqcr1rpe011g64sr77q6tqk2b@4ax.com>:
>>
>>
>>>And add about a second to the overall page rendering time...in which
>>>case teh saving don't amount for much. I plan to do some tests with
>>>Reaper's code
>>
>>You can try this for starters: http://www.spyderware.net/farfoos/
>
>
> Hrmmm...if it's THAT slow just for loading teh background I'd be
> better off just using a giant 90KB single graphic for teh static image
> portions.
>

Are you tiling the pipes? That would help.

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