Attempting a test of sorts
This is one of the more informative threads to be started on this forum in quite some time.
There are 10 kinds of people in this world; those who understand binary and those who do not.
Actually, he was testing to see if it really would be ignored.
Of all the preposterous assumptions of humanity over humanity, nothing exceeds most of the criticisms made on the habits of the poor by the well-housed, well-warmed, and well-fed. --Herman Melville
That's what it was for.
A Great Place for Information, Comraderie, and a Sucker Punch.
Remodeling Contractor just outside the Glass City.
...let no sarcasm go unpunished.
Thats like having a sign that says Wet Paint, Don't Touch! LOL
"If all else fails, read the directions"
Something interesting turned up here besides Google Hits.
Does that Revson guy still work here?
It's a wonderful place, ain't it.
I get the toolbar that lets me do bold, italic, etc, but it doesn't seem to allow embedded HTML, based on earlier tests.
(I'm using Firefox with the more or less standard settings.)
Yeah, enter some stuff with the formating controls and then click the "Source" button -- you'll see the HTML.
Unfortunately, you apparently can't edit an <img> statement, eg, into the HTML.
Very well could be so.
Beats the [JOBSITE WORD] outta me.
I'm a more visual guy,
hence-what I see is hopefully what I get.
Is there not a line of those WYSIWYG things?
Source Normal Size (doesn't work) B I U ................
You know better about computers than I do. If I can see it and you can't...............
to be feared of IE, windows or most of that other jargon.
so, if you need any really super watches at an ebarrasingly low price-c
Yeah, as Calving says, right below the "Comment: *" is a little box with "Source" next to it.
This is on Mozilla FIrefox. But I see the same on Windoze Exploder and Opera.
So, it seems it's broken in IE 6, but works in Firefox.
I don't have Firefox at work.
It works under IE 7 for me.
I really don't like putting sites in the trusted zone in IE, but there's an awful lot of s**t that doesn't work if you don't. Guess I should have figured that was the culprit. The usual symptom is a page that simply fails to load.
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