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The splash page thing was an idea to show off what will be coming soon, a preview if you will. As for that KGE site, Im pretty sure Id have to remodel the whole site because it doesnt have frames, just tables. And I dont know any other way to make the top nav bar stay while the bottom changes without tables... unless Im missing something?
What about my first idea? Id have the title of the comic series which open a new window with the back and next buttons.
And about the popup automatically resizing itself, is there a way?
finished the gallery part, but I have a question: how would I go about making the popup page open exactly to the size of the image? And for the comics, would it be better if I had another page pop up for each series of comics and on that page have the next and back buttons, cause Im planning on having different issues/series.
Well, sounds like a real interesting story, and Im picky about those things. Try www.webmonkey.com , they have a huge library of html tutorials and lessons. Check it out. Good luck on your application.
Yes yes, content wise, there isnt a lot of it... but Ill be updating on a regular basis. Also, Ive had this site design for a while now, so I might be changing it (if I get accepted =] ) to something fresh.
The website is mainly about the art and comic series my friend and I work on. Theres only five pages so far but were finishing off the 19th page. Story-wise, Hybrid-Zer0 is about two young friends, who've been, unbeknownst to them, created as weapons against the human race. At birth they've been implanted with chips that grew with them and at a certain age would take over their bodies. The comic so far is a short side story.
A friend of mine introduced me to this site, and I've been hangin' around here for a few months now. My site has been online for a while now (around 2 years), but every now and then, free hosts either run out of space, or my site gets deleted.