lucy24 - 10:39 am on Dec 9, 2012 (gmt 0)
Now, how many people have already spent $5 worth of time just reading the first post and trying to make sense of it?
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Why does it say the same thing three times? Is this php-generated code that pops in the same variable wherever it's needed, regardless of how verbose it gets?
Hell, I'll even throw in a month of free advertising on my site (www.myscreenname.com)
Oh, gosh, is this just another form of forum spamming?
With just a visual look it is clear that you have problems with quotes. Some are different types and there are different amounts around some items.
I smell cut-and-paste routed via something that's set for Smart Quotes. Unfortunately, html does not "do" Smart Quotes. They're simply characters, without syntactic meaning.
It is one image cut into cubes that, when hovered over state what they are
Double gosh. It's MMN, putting us into "Look, just show him how to aim the ### gun" territory.
:: idly wondering how a two-dimensional browser image can be divided into three-dimensional segments, and wishing I could do the same with my Inuktitut verb tables which require four dimensions to display properly ::