Is it just me, or...



  • is the CSS of the forums currently totally messed up for Opera? I haven't dug deeper, but see for yourself:

    Huh?

    Sorry for the super stupid hosting, but imageshack.us doesn't seem to work for me at the moment...



  • I'm using Opera 9.10 and it's fine.  It looks like the stylesheet failed to download from the server when you loaded the page, or something.



  • That kind of view is typical for an absence of CSS.



  • @modelnine said:

    is the CSS of the forums currently totally messed up for Opera? I haven't dug deeper, but see for yourself:

    Huh?

    Sorry for the super stupid hosting, but imageshack.us doesn't seem to work for me at the moment...

    Ugh, i feel like i have to go shower after that site you linked from pop-upd, pop-undered, and tried to hijack. use photobucket if imageshack is down.



  • @GeneWitch said:

    @modelnine said:



    Sorry for the super stupid hosting, but imageshack.us doesn't seem to work for me at the moment...

    Ugh, i feel like i have to go shower after that site you linked from pop-upd, pop-undered, and tried to hijack. use photobucket if imageshack is down.

    I was wondering why he called it super stupid hosting, it must be Adblopck Pro - I didn't see any problem.



  • @GeneWitch said:

    Ugh, i feel like i have to go shower after that site you linked from pop-upd, pop-undered, and tried to hijack. use photobucket if imageshack is down.

    What are "pop-ups" and "pop-unders"? And what exactly could a web page "hijack"?

    Grief, next you'll be telling me crazy things like "web pages have adverts on them" and "computers are vulnerable to viruses and malware".

    The real WTF is that people still use primitive technology like Internet Explorer and Windows...



  • @Iago said:

    @GeneWitch said:
    Ugh, i feel like i have to go shower after that site you linked from pop-upd, pop-undered, and tried to hijack. use photobucket if imageshack is down.

    What are "pop-ups" and "pop-unders"? And what exactly could a web page "hijack"?

    Grief, next you'll be telling me crazy things like "web pages have adverts on them" and "computers are vulnerable to viruses and malware".

    The real WTF is that people still use primitive technology like Internet Explorer and Windows...



    It's not about Internet Explorer or the like. Sometimes, when the advertising on that page is really obnoxious (not simply a "pop-up"), you'll see the page being grayed out, and some form of ad-image overlaying everything else, which you can only close after a certain amount of time. You can only disable that by turning off JavaScript, which I don't generally, and GeneWitch neither, seemingly. And, it's not using some form of Internet-Explorer-only functionality, but plain CSS to do the overlay, so that you'll see the same crazy s... in any other browser you might happen to use, unless you disable JavaScript.

    Anyway, the problem went away when I deleted my on-disk cache. Seems like Opera didn't reload the CSS-file for the forums (during a whole week, since I've had the problem), even though the on-disk copy was broken (whyever that happened)... Funny.



  • @Iago said:

    @GeneWitch said:
    Ugh, i feel like i have to go shower after that site you linked from pop-upd, pop-undered, and tried to hijack. use photobucket if imageshack is down.

    What are "pop-ups" and "pop-unders"? And what exactly could a web page "hijack"?

    Grief, next you'll be telling me crazy things like "web pages have adverts on them" and "computers are vulnerable to viruses and malware".

    The real WTF is that people still use primitive technology like Internet Explorer and Windows...

    Whoops! you must have meant to post your random linux fueled troll here: http://www.slashdot.org

     



  • @Iago said:

    @GeneWitch said:
    Ugh, i feel like i have to go shower after that site you linked from pop-upd, pop-undered, and tried to hijack. use photobucket if imageshack is down.

    What are "pop-ups" and "pop-unders"? And what exactly could a web page "hijack"?

    Grief, next you'll be telling me crazy things like "web pages have adverts on them" and "computers are vulnerable to viruses and malware".

    The real WTF is that people still use primitive technology like Internet Explorer and Windows...

    Primitive technology indeed.

    By hijack i meant "redirect to 40 pages before i killed the tab."

    I like IE because it just works... video, flash, everything. Firefox and deer park alpha have NEVER worked right for me, and regardless of how easy it is to fix, i shouldn't HAVE to fix it. If i wanted to fight with every aspect of using my computer i'd be using freeBSD.



  • @MasterPlanSoftware said:

    @Iago said:
    @GeneWitch said:
    Ugh, i feel like i have to go shower after that site you linked from pop-upd, pop-undered, and tried to hijack. use photobucket if imageshack is down.

    What are "pop-ups" and "pop-unders"? And what exactly could a web page "hijack"?

    Grief, next you'll be telling me crazy things like "web pages have adverts on them" and "computers are vulnerable to viruses and malware".

    The real WTF is that people still use primitive technology like Internet Explorer and Windows...

    Whoops! you must have meant to post your random linux fueled troll here: http://www.slashdot.org

    Why Linux? Could as well be a Mac/Safari Troll. Or a BSD/Opera Troll. 



  • @GeneWitch said:

    If i wanted to fight with every aspect of using my computer i'd be using freeBSD.

    Don't want to start a flamewar, but at least one aspect is currently unique to Windows: The fight against malware. Of course users of other operating systems should install patches, too, and a firewall is never a bad idea; but this RED ALERT PORTSCAN DETECTED paranoia, the experience of firewalls blocking their own updates, the Symatec suite of bouncers taking over the PC, is hardly found on BSD.



  • Yeah, because noone bothers to write viruses to hack both people that use it.



  • @Sunstorm said:

    Yeah, because noone bothers to write viruses to hack both people that use it.

    The users of BSD machines are too busy drinking to forget their woes to bother doing anything online with the computers.



  • Ever done ANY looking into what the world's web servers run on?



  • @Sunstorm said:

    Yeah, because noone bothers to write viruses to hack both people that use it.

    Whatever the reasons are, Windows users have one problem that BSD users don't have. 



  • @ammoQ said:

    @Sunstorm said:

    Yeah, because noone bothers to write viruses to hack both people that use it.

    Whatever the reasons are, Windows users have one problem that BSD users don't have. 

    Specifically, they're morons.



  • @asuffield said:

    @ammoQ said:

    Whatever the reasons are, Windows users have one problem that BSD users don't have. 

    Specifically, they're morons.

    hey 


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