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Post by Rodders »

is there a link from anywhere on the forum pages that takes you back to the 808 home page? i can't seem to find one anywhere and its a pain to have to type in the url again (laziness at its heights). markus..? :)

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Post by markus »

There isn't. Wish noted. I just select the part behind 808state.com and hit the delete button, but yeah, point taken.

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Post by dee3 »

A suggestion then (and just a suggestion):
Put the logo up in the upper left-hand corner, and make it clickable as a link.
Markus, this can be done with div-tags (maybe layered) and positioned with CSS;
in other words, you won't have to screw around with the existing table-sets,
which generate the layout for the individual pages...

Just a thought and a suggestion...

'later,
d.

P.S. Give me a shout, if you need the necessary code to do so...

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Post by SteveC »

I just click back on the browser until I get to the homepage, only takes a few seconds.

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Post by Rodders »

a few seconds?!?! :)

"one-click" rodders

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Post by Ancodia »

You are allowed to have more than one Favorite/Bookmark in your browser, try setting up one for the home page and one for the forum page. Then, as Rodders says 'one click' :x

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Post by dee3 »

That's actually initially more than one click - work that out yourself.

And look at: http://webmaster-now.com/design_site/usabilty-rules.htm

Point 9 might be of some interest, in this context...

d.

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Post by Ancodia »

Am I one of the few that has a favourites bar, I know I run Safari but surely firefox and the others can do that too.

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Post by markus »

The Dee is absolutely right, no arguing with usability rules! Just give me some time, ok? :)

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Post by Pob »

markus wrote:The Dee is absolutely right, no arguing with usability rules! Just give me some time, ok? :)
Have you had enought time, yet, Markus? :P

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Post by markus »

Pob, I was waiting for you to offer your professional services ;)

Done. Njoy.
:)

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Post by dee3 »

Wey-hey...!
This minor modification oughtta give Jakob Nielsen (http://www.useit.com/) a wet-dream...! 8)

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:D

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