It's almost all mine...but the TH99 is on mf_2's hosting
Wed Jun 02, 2021 4:35am

I'd like to have it all under one host, but it works as it is.

    • Never would have guessed it was split around. Unless it is now and that was just historically after the recreate.
      • It's almost all mine...but the TH99 is on mf_2's hosting- Puckdropper, Wed Jun 02 2021 4:35am
        • I have to say, it's pretty seamless when navigating to that section. It's not very noticeable to even click to from the main UCL page though. I didn't even know that section existed until you mentioned something. Even when I went clicking through all the other sections and made the comment of i... more
          • Our integrated chip menu kinda makes things easy to miss... - Puckdropper, Thu Jun 03 2021 4:44pm
            Any new(ish) stuff doesn't show up in an obvious way. We got a bunch of info in some text files a member had saved, too. "Text files" is probably not the best description but it's at least accurate.
            • All sites back then were pretty similar. The original NE website had the same design. Banner at the top, some button links to places to go and some news below that. http://nukementerprises.puckdroppersplace.us/archive/3_28_99/index.html That said, I feel like it would be weird at t... more
              • Part of the discussion had been "do we update" - Puckdropper, Sat Jun 12 2021 3:25am
                After all, browsers from 1997 probably don't understand modern HTML5 or CSS (or a very simple version of CSS.) They're pretty much all similar now. Menu at top, menu at left side, hostile scrolling. If they really mess things up, the menu stays on screen as the thing you actually wanted scrolls... more
                • Where they show the page and then you have to scroll like 1 or 2 clicks on the mouse wheel for the login / top menu to appear. I understand they like the clean look when you land on the page but it's annoying to use.
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