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Post by dmwdead909 on September 30th 2011, 7:00 am

Is there a way to make it so the site description doesn't have a limit of how much stuff you can write in it. I had read in a thread that you could except that person never explained how to actually make it unlimited.

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Re: Site description Limit

Post by Guest on September 30th 2011, 8:51 am

What you do is put this in the site description:

Code:
<script>morehtml();</script>
and create a javascript file that contains:

Code:
function morehtml() {
    document.write('LOTS AND LOTS OF HTML');
}

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Re: Site description Limit

Post by dmwdead909 on September 30th 2011, 9:12 am

Thanks really appreciate this.

Also do you know why in Internet Explore some of the Displays like glow dont work. Also why in google chrome my site looks all messed up but when I use firefox it looks like how i want it.

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Re: Site description Limit

Post by LGforum on September 30th 2011, 1:49 pm

Because browsers act differently and have different capabailities.
Its important to make a site friendly to all browsers Wink

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Re: Site description Limit

Post by Guest on September 30th 2011, 7:47 pm

@dmwdead909 wrote:Also do you know why in Internet Explore some of the Displays like glow dont work. Also why in google chrome my site looks all messed up but when I use firefox it looks like how i want it.
Some rendering bugs were introduced in a recent update to Chrome...tables do not display properly under certain conditions.

IE9 does not support the text-shadow CSS property, so "glow" is not possible. However, that wouldn't matter anyway because the good folks at eToxic won't allow IE9 to render ANY CSS3 property. You would have to ask them why they did such a STUPID thing.

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