velosapiens may 1999 issue

velosapiens may 1999 issue

Post by mark » Wed, 05 May 1999 04:00:00


check it out, at least the epic ride and race news parts. the rant and
equipment review (santa cruz heckler superlight) are coming this
weekend.

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mark weaver
http://www.geocities.com/~velosapiens
a source of important and interesting information for mountain bikers

 
 
 

velosapiens may 1999 issue

Post by Mark Chandle » Fri, 07 May 1999 04:00:00

I keep seeing this error:

Moved Temporarily

The document has moved here.

(Doc title is 302: Moved Temporarily)

Quote:

> check it out, at least the epic ride and race news parts. the rant and
> equipment review (santa cruz heckler superlight) are coming this
> weekend.

> --
> mark weaver
> http://www.geocities.com/~velosapiens
> a source of important and interesting information for mountain bikers

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          http://www.tsoft.com/~mark_c
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velosapiens may 1999 issue

Post by mark » Sat, 08 May 1999 04:00:00

hmmm. no comprendo. yesterday i was having some issues with netscape
displaying my site all jacked up, but IE worked fine and after i closed and
restarted netscape it behaved again. if you're using netscape, it seems
kinda buggy these days. i think they're too busy figuring out ways to pump
advertising content onto my computer and not busy enough making reliable
software, but what do you want for free.

anyone else having consistent problems?
-mw

Quote:

> I keep seeing this error:

> Moved Temporarily

> The document has moved here.

> (Doc title is 302: Moved Temporarily)


> > check it out, at least the epic ride and race news parts. the rant and
> > equipment review (santa cruz heckler superlight) are coming this
> > weekend.

> > --
> > mark weaver
> > http://www.geocities.com/~velosapiens
> > a source of important and interesting information for mountain bikers

> ================================================

>           http://www.tsoft.com/~mark_c
> ================================================

--
mark weaver
http://www.geocities.com/~velosapiens
a source of important and interesting information for mountain bikers

 
 
 

velosapiens may 1999 issue

Post by Pete Fagerli » Sat, 08 May 1999 04:00:00


Quote:
> hmmm. no comprendo. yesterday i was having some issues with netscape
> displaying my site all jacked up, but IE worked fine and after i closed
and
> restarted netscape it behaved again. if you're using netscape, it seems
> kinda buggy these days. i think they're too busy figuring out ways to pump
> advertising content onto my computer and not busy enough making reliable
> software, but what do you want for free.

> anyone else having consistent problems?

Just with the content.

I want to read more stories about monstrous freeride bikes, doing shuttle
rides to the top of local hills all day long, and where to get cool stickers
for your bike.

A monthly article about short rides on paved bike trails would also be very
interesting, especially if you included scans from some BMX magazines.

--
--
Pete Fagerlin
Moab Mountain Biking pics can be seen at:
http://petefagerlin.home.mindspring.com/index.html

Right now I'm having amnesia and deja vu at the
same time.  I think I've
forgotten this before.  -- Steven Wright

 
 
 

velosapiens may 1999 issue

Post by Matt O'Tool » Sat, 15 May 1999 04:00:00


Quote:
> hmmm. no comprendo. yesterday i was having some issues with netscape
> displaying my site all jacked up, but IE worked fine and after i closed
and
> restarted netscape it behaved again. if you're using netscape, it seems
> kinda buggy these days. i think they're too busy figuring out ways to pump
> advertising content onto my computer and not busy enough making reliable
> software, but what do you want for free.

> anyone else having consistent problems?

Never with your site.

There are differences in the way IE and N render pages, especially fonts.
The result is that text can overflow table cells, etc., and look really
messy.  Also, Macs and Unix' render fonts a little smaller, so if you're
writing on a Mac, it can look a mess when viewed on a Winbox.  There are
lots of niggly little technical issues like this in web design.

However, this stuff would happen every time you looked at the page.  If it
only happened once, then it's likely your Netscape was buggy, and running in
a wounded mode, which was then cured by a restart.

Yup, Netscape is buggy.  It's better than it ever was, but it's still buggy.
IE seems less buggy these days, but it's buggy, too.

Please keep plugging away at this.  Your site is definately one of the
strongest cycling sites out there.  It deserves to look really pro.  Web
design is easy for smart people.  You'll figure it out, probably better than
most, eventually.  It just takes time (which is still better spent riding,
and writing).

Cheers,

Matt O.