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grnidone

6:45 pm on Sep 6, 2000 (gmt 0)



You all might already know this
site: [anybrowser.com]

My favorite tool is the one you can see what the site looks like under different browsers.

Hope you find this useful.

-G

GWJ

11:22 am on Sep 7, 2000 (gmt 0)



Very usefull tools. Been using them for a while. They really have helped me out.

Brian

qianxing

3:09 am on Sep 27, 2000 (gmt 0)

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For a quick reference of html and css, I found [htmlhelp.com...] to actually be a pretty good source. It's by WDG and it's helped me a lot on things I've gotten rusty on.

DaveAtIFG

4:57 am on Sep 27, 2000 (gmt 0)

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> My favorite tool is the one you can see what the site looks like under different browsers.

That can be a real eye opener!

A free online GIF and JPG cruncher is at Spinwave [spinwave.com] if you don't have a local tool.

If your not sure if it's your ISP causing problems or a router somewhere, the InternetTrafficReport [InternetTrafficReport.com] may help you narrow it down. Also NeoTrace [neoworx.com] is the coolest trace route program I've ever seen. It's just plain fun to use, does DNS lookup and Whois lookup all automatically and presents it all in several formats including a map! I love this program!

littlewebwizard

6:12 pm on Sep 28, 2000 (gmt 0)

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i have made a resource site but its not finished yet u can se a preview of it @ www.geocities.com/littewebwizard

tell us what u think, its a bit content less at the mo but its a start !
:)

DaveAtIFG

6:57 pm on Sep 28, 2000 (gmt 0)

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Hi littlewebwizard - Looks like your fairly new here. Welcome Aboard! I'm fairly new as a moderator too.

The link you posted simply took me to a default page... Which is good! Our policy in these forums is to avoid people advertising their own sites here. A link to a resource is encouraged, if it's my own resource, it's carefully scrutinized, and if it's my resource AND a commercial site, it's frowned upon by the powers that be. It's an advertisement.

I'm gonna pass along a reference to your post to the powers that be here at WMW, and they may elect to edit or even remove it. No offense! Da rulez is da rulez! OK?

Dave

DaveAtIFG

7:58 pm on Sep 30, 2000 (gmt 0)

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Hi lil' wiz!

I got a look at your site today and it has a bunch of useful stuff. I use NS 4.75 and there are some minor rendering problems but the content is very handy! Thanks for the link :)

DaveAtIFG

4:20 am on Oct 12, 2000 (gmt 0)

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If you need a script, Script Search [scriptsearch.com] is a good place to start looking. They have over 5400 of the critters in all flavors, JS, C++, Perl, PHP and much more.

DaveAtIFG

3:09 am on Nov 22, 2000 (gmt 0)

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I've bookmarked a few more places since this thread last popped up like:

Check your robots.txt syntax [tardis.ed.ac.uk] or
find domain names [whois.net] soon to become available or
Excite's Search Voyeur [excite.com]
and this [clickquick.com] is the place to go for in depth info about affiliate programs.

What do YOU have bookmarked that you find indispensible?

tedster

3:42 am on Nov 22, 2000 (gmt 0)

WebmasterWorld Senior Member tedster is a WebmasterWorld Top Contributor of All Time 10+ Year Member



I use the Javascript Knowledge Base [developer.irt.org] a lot. Intuitive categories with hundreds of good FAQs.

rayjam

4:09 pm on Dec 2, 2000 (gmt 0)

10+ Year Member



Take a look at www.internetseer.com it monitors your site and emails you if your site goes offline. Best of all it's FREE.
It also emails you when your site is back online.
 

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