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Various FReepers | 11/22/04 | TPartyType

Posted on 11/22/2004 9:16:10 AM PST by TPartyType


Welcome Newcomers!

This Sandbox is devoted to giving you a place to practice basic HTML, and to get some coaching.


So, first things first:

Go to michigander's [ HTML Bootcamp (Cyber patriot training)] and learn there how to change font color, font size, font face, and the like.
THERE'S A WEALTH OF INFORMATION THERE NOT COVERED HERE (so as to avoid duplication).
Learn there also how to post a link and an image, then come back here to practice.

If you're having problems, folks will drop by occasionally to give you pointers and help you troubleshoot.


Boring posts are a crime . . .

So practice here first!


NEWCOMERS TIP: I just reread the FreeRepublic posting guidelines. They're worth a read by all newcomers [click here].


Following is an excellent previous post by Willie Green

But first, HTML advice from the FreeRepublic help page:

Basic HTML
The Free Republic forum uses standard HTML coding techniques. Use <p> to start new paragraphs. You may use <b> to begin bolding and <center> to center text, but please remember to end these items where appropriate with </b> and/or </center>, etc. If you post links or other advanced coding, be sure to test before posting.

Creating new paragraphs is about the only html that most posters ever need, but if you would like to learn more about html you may use any search engine on the internet to find tutorials. Simply search on "html tutorial". Here are links to a couple tutorials that I found:

The Basics

Paragraphs, Line Breaks and Horizontal Lines
A lengthy article or reply can be very tedious to read if it does not contain some very simple HTML formating. Inserting either of the following codes will make your post much more readable:


Character Formatting
Simple special effects may be created using Character Formatting Codes. These codes are used in pairs in the format: <?>words to be formatted</?>, where <?> turns the formatting "ON" and </?> turns the formating "OFF".

Please: ALWAYS turn "OFF" the formatting when you use it.

Some commonly used codes of this type are:

These codes can be "nested" to produce multiple effects at the same time. For instance:

<b><i>Bold and Italic</i></b> produces Bold and Italic


Links
The method for posting a HTML link is fairly simple. The following format is used:

<a HREF="URL">Link Description</a>

where "URL" is the URL address you want to link to (and you gotta use the double quotes), and Link Description is whatever you want to call your link. For example:

<a HREF="http://www.drudgereport.com/">Link to Drudge</a>

becomes Link to Drudge


And another from the same previous post:

<FONT COLOR="COLOR">Sample</FONT> produces colorful text.

"COLOR" is often a Hexidecimal Code for whatever Color you want, but color names are also supported.
Examples:

<FONT COLOR="blue">blue text</font> produces blue text

<FONT COLOR="red">red text</font> produces red text

<FONT COLOR="green">green text</font> produces green text


To: foolproof formatting

Here is an easy way to REMEMBER TO TURN OFF THE FORMATTING.

To be sure I turn off the formatting I TYPE THE "OFF" COMMAND AT THE SAME TIME AS THE "ON" COMMAND.

An example:
I want to respond to a line in a post by another brilliant Freeper.
I type < I >""< /I >< BR>
I then "cut and paste" his remarks between the quotes:
< i>" You are a poopy head "< /I>< BR>
And type my equally brilliant response: "No, you're a poopy head!"
The result:

"You are a poopy head"
No, you're a poopy head!

It's very easy to forget to turn off your formatting!
Yes it is!


To: ftrader, deport

Actually, the <ul> tag is for a bulleted list and stands for unordered list. The missing part is the list item tag (<li>) Here's an example:

<ul>
<li>List item #1
<li>List item #2
<li>List item #3
</ul>

Would display:


Finally . . .

Here's the link for [Webmonkey] (a super HTML training site).


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151 posted on 12/23/2004 9:57:47 PM PST by Skylus (the gun is no more responsible for killing people than the spoon is for making Rosie O'Donnell fat)
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To: WildTurkey
Thanks for all your help. Here is what my ping-post now looks like.


South Carolina Ping

Add me to the ping list. Remove me from the ping list.

152 posted on 12/24/2004 10:47:18 AM PST by SC Swamp Fox (Aim small, miss small.)
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To: SC Swamp Fox
<ol>
<li>List item #1
<li>List item #2
<li>List item #3
</ol>


Would display:


  1. List item #1
  2. List item #2
  3. List item #3

153 posted on 12/24/2004 10:58:55 AM PST by WildTurkey
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To: Diva Betsy Ross

Is it possible to post an html file the same way that one would post a jpg file?


154 posted on 12/25/2004 4:12:09 PM PST by Voice in your head ("The secret of Happiness is Freedom, and the secret of Freedom, Courage." - Thucydides)
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To: All

Above question directed to anyone.


155 posted on 12/25/2004 4:21:24 PM PST by Voice in your head ("The secret of Happiness is Freedom, and the secret of Freedom, Courage." - Thucydides)
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To: Voice in your head; backhoe
Is it possible to post an html file the same way that one would post a jpg file?

I've no idea but if anyone would know Backhoe will.

156 posted on 12/25/2004 4:24:05 PM PST by bad company (Just cause you're paranoid doesn't mean someone's not out to get you.)
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To: bad company; Voice in your head
Is it possible to post an html file the same way that one would post a jpg file? I've no idea but if anyone would know Backhoe will.

Oh, Lordy- I'm no guru- I was a Power User 'way back in the days of DOS, but this new-fangled stuff...

Voice in your head, what are you trying to do? I am not clear what you mean by "Is it possible to post an html file the same way that one would post a jpg file?" If you can tell what you are trying to do I may have some idea. Be advised I may log off shortly, and may not get back on until morning. But I'll do my damndest to either puzzle it out or ask another member.

157 posted on 12/25/2004 5:03:00 PM PST by backhoe (-30-)
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To: backhoe
Maybe something here will help.......

(I don't understand the question either)

HTML Help Threads & Other Info for Newbies
(And Anyone Else Who Needs It)




Also this might be of help.......

Go to both of these sites. Bookmark them both. They have all kinds of HTML tutorials. Easy to understand and use.

I believe you'll find both of these to be a very useful reference for you.

158 posted on 12/25/2004 5:10:55 PM PST by Fiddlstix (This Tagline for sale. (Presented by TagLines R US))
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To: Fiddlstix

Thanks- those are excellent links, and I will copy & save them for others.


159 posted on 12/25/2004 5:16:52 PM PST by backhoe (-30-)
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To: backhoe

I've been using dynamic web templates in FrontPage and when using more than one on a page, I can't get information to go to where I want it to. I can get all text to go to one editable region or to another, but I can't split it between two regions. So, I was wondering if I could just post .html files and tell the editable regions to post those .html files, much like one would post a .jpg file.

I am familiar with the "img scr" and "a href" commands, but I am trying to post an actual .html file, rather than a .jpg or a hyperlink.


160 posted on 12/25/2004 5:30:58 PM PST by Voice in your head ("The secret of Happiness is Freedom, and the secret of Freedom, Courage." - Thucydides)
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To: Voice in your head

bump


161 posted on 12/25/2004 6:14:23 PM PST by Voice in your head ("The secret of Happiness is Freedom, and the secret of Freedom, Courage." - Thucydides)
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To: Voice in your head
......but I am trying to post an actual .html file, rather than a .jpg or a hyperlink.

In that case you just copy/paste the html code (or file as you say) that you want to post.

162 posted on 12/25/2004 6:37:35 PM PST by Fiddlstix (This Tagline for sale. (Presented by TagLines R US))
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To: Fiddlstix

I tried that, but it just showed up as text.


163 posted on 12/25/2004 7:07:26 PM PST by Voice in your head ("The secret of Happiness is Freedom, and the secret of Freedom, Courage." - Thucydides)
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To: Voice in your head
Please Check your * FReepMail.
164 posted on 12/25/2004 7:16:25 PM PST by Fiddlstix (This Tagline for sale. (Presented by TagLines R US))
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To: TPartyType

Bump for future reference.


165 posted on 12/25/2004 7:17:44 PM PST by JusPasenThru (If you want to get it movin' you must learn to doof da bouven.)
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To: TPartyType

<"img src=”http://www.notejode.net/actor/antonio%20banderas/fotos/Antonio%20Banderas%20(1).jpg">


166 posted on 12/30/2004 6:33:54 PM PST by MamaTexan (I am not a 'legal entity')
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To: MamaTexan

167 posted on 12/30/2004 6:37:47 PM PST by MamaTexan (I am not a 'legal entity')
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To: TPartyType
Proprietary HTML editor test.
168 posted on 01/04/2005 8:32:11 AM PST by GreenAccord (This tagline space for rent)
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Mr. Winkle
Cutest Dog on the Planet

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169 posted on 01/04/2005 9:11:50 PM PST by Jackie
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To: Jackie

170 posted on 01/05/2005 7:42:38 AM PST by GreenFreeper
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To: GreenFreeper

171 posted on 01/05/2005 7:43:23 AM PST by GreenFreeper
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To: GreenFreeper

172 posted on 01/05/2005 7:43:43 AM PST by GreenFreeper
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To: TPartyType

Why is it that I can usually post a photo in HTML format and have no problem? But on that very special occasion when the HTML gods want me to look foolish, I'll post the picture, everything looks fine, I click off the post or hit 'refresh' and I come back to a little box marked 'x'?


173 posted on 01/06/2005 9:01:47 PM PST by 82Marine89 (Space for rant. Only used twice.)
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To: 82Marine89

174 posted on 01/07/2005 9:02:50 PM PST by 82Marine89 (Space for rant. Only used twice.)
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To: 82Marine89
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175 posted on 01/11/2005 8:03:47 PM PST by 82Marine89 (Space for rant. Only used twice.)
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To: 82Marine89
Viking Kittie Video
176 posted on 01/11/2005 8:16:29 PM PST by 82Marine89 (Space for rant. Only used twice.)
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To: TPartyType

Practicing.

177 posted on 01/22/2005 10:57:23 AM PST by SnuffaBolshevik
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To: mrbanjo; nopardons

ping

You can practice how to post pics here.


178 posted on 01/22/2005 5:32:49 PM PST by cyborg
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To: cyborg

Thanks! :-)


179 posted on 01/22/2005 5:33:49 PM PST by nopardons
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To: mrbanjo

This comment tells you how step by step


180 posted on 01/22/2005 5:35:31 PM PST by cyborg
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To: cyborg
Practice Link. yahoo
181 posted on 01/28/2005 9:06:54 AM PST by Ravi
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To: pelikan
Just post your Harley-Davidson post to me.
Just hit "reply" and post the article here.

:^D


182 posted on 01/28/2005 4:37:02 PM PST by MeekOneGOP (There is only one GOOD 'RAT: one that has been voted OUT of POWER !! Straight ticket GOP!)
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To: MeekOneGOP

hey meekie, after dealing with me I bet you appreciate your wife a trillion times more! LOL

ps I'm really not that dense usually--but it took until a couple of months ago for me to start using a computer (after it sat in its box for 2 1/2 yrs--my brother built it for me even) that's how bad the phobia is!


183 posted on 01/28/2005 4:42:56 PM PST by pelikan
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To: MeekOneGOP




Picture from 1916
The history of the Harley-Davidson motorcycle began in Milwaukee in 1903. In Milwaukee, Bill Harley and Arthur Walter Davidson developed a one-cylinder motorcycle. Around the turn of the century the gasoline engine was developed and the one-cylinder motor was introduced. In 1901 the Indians were the first motorcycles and in 1903 Mitschell, Merkel and Yale.
This motorcycle was initially built for racing and was powered by a one-cylinder gasoline combustion engine.

In 1903 in Milwaukee, Bill Harley and Arthur Walter Davidson developed a one-cylinder motorcycle. It was a reliable and even a beautiful cycle. And ... someone bought it !! In 1905 they had made 11 motorcycles, in 1908 it were 154 and ... they had a company, in a little wooden barn, that was build by Davidson's father.
The small company extended quickly and another member of the Davidson family, William, joined them. In no time they hired about 20 employees in an especcially build stone-factory.

In 1909 Bill Harley made a project of the first 1000 CC V-Twin. It produced a modest seven horsepower. The 45-degree V-twin would become one of the more recognizable images of the Harley-Davidson motorcycle. This V-Twin stayed with HD for a long, long time. Maybe it's hard to believe, but Harley-Davidson didn't invent the V-twin !! When Bill Harley developed one, he just followed the tendency of the time.




Arthur & Walter Davidson, William S.
Harley and William A Davidson (1915)
1910 brought the legendary "Bar and Shield" logo that was placed on their motorcycle. This would become the defining symbol of Harley-Davidson to this day. Numerous first place winnings in races, endurance contests and hill climbs give Harley-Davidson more recognition.
The "F-head" engine is introduced in 1911. It will be the power workhorse until 1929, when the "Flathead" engine is introduced.

The year 1912 saw further growth of the Harley-Davidson Company. Construction began on a new 6-story factory. Harley-Davidson also became an exporter this year and their first overseas sale was made in Japan. In the states there were now over 200 dealerships.

1914 saw the addition on the sidecar to the Harley-Davidson. The Company also formally put their hand in the ring of motorcycle racing this year and would soon dominate the sport and become known as the "Wrecking Crew".

1915 saw the emergence of the three-speed sliding-gear transmission. In 1917, one-third of all Harley-Davidsons were sent overseas to the U.S. Military to fulfill their patriotic call and to aid in the war effort. The following year, roughly half of the motorcycles produced were sold to the U.S. military. In the end, about 20,000 motorcycles were used in the war, most of them Harley-Davidsons. By this time Harley-Davidson was the biggest motorcycle factory in the world with nearly 2,000 dealerships worldwide.


The F-Twin "Silent Gray Fellow" from 1915
was called that way due to its color and its silent motor


In 1918 Harley-Davidson was the biggest motorcycle factory in the world. They even survived the depression. The V-twin was Harley's specialty, so the company tried to defeat its only remaining rival ... Indian.
But these days were the thoughest, because the motorcycles got out of date and the prices of automobiles decreased (the T-Ford was born).


Indian

Therefore, Harley Davidson tried other technical enterprises, like manufacturing parts, side cars and even airplane motor-engines, but they also improved their own products.

The 1920's saw some changes to the appearance of the motorcycle, which are more recognizable today. One such change was the identifiable teardrop shape gas tank. In 1926, single-cylinder engines were once again available, having been discontinued in 1918. In 1928, the first twin-cam engine and front wheel brakes were available on the Harley-Davidson. With this modification, the motorcycle could reach speeds in excess of 85 mph.


V-Twin from 1923

The 1930's and subsequent years saw more record breaking and award winning Harley-Davidson's. In 1932, the three-wheel Servi-Car was introduced and would become a familiar commercial and police vehicle. Along with appearance changes such as the "eagle" design, which was painted on all Harley-Davidson gas tanks, changes were also made to the engine.

These days the biggest Harley ever appeared , the 1340 CC. This motorcycle became Harley Davidson's trademark. 1936 also became a milestone. That year the Knucklehead was launched and this motorcycle also became the victory over the Indian. And when in 1947 the Panhead was driven out of the factory, Harley Davidson was THE American Motorcycle.



Advertising the V-Twin
from 1935


First Hydra Glide
in 1949

In the 1940's, the Harley-Davidson once again answered the patriotic call and sent its motorcycles overseas to aid in the war effort. In 1941, civilian production on the motorcycle was mostly suspended as the company turned out motorcycles for the war. Because of their commitment and excellence, Harley-Davidson received the Army-Navy "E" award; this wouldn't be the last time. In November of 1945, civilian production once again started. In 1947, Harley-Davidson purchased the old A.O. Smith Propeller Plant and used it as a machine shop. The parts made here were shipped back to the old factory on Juneau Avenue for final assembly. In 1949, hydraulic front brakes were introduced on the Hydra-Glide models.



Fred Warr,
the oldest Harley dealer of Europe

In the fifty's Harley survived another bad period. The Brittish owned 40 % of the motorcycle market with their Triumph ! In 1957 fortunately the Sportster was born, the fastest Harley ever. A great success !! Just like the English motorcycle industry, Harley stuck to its technic, style and caracter. That's why this motorcycle was so populair for many, many years.
In opposite to the English manufacturors, Harley Davidson survived this decision. Due to the enormous attack from the Japanees from the Far East, the English dissapeared without a trace and the American were almost dead. Even the Shovelhead couldn't save its ass.




Historic Factory
1969, Time for a merger with the American Machine and Foudry Company (AMF).
However, the quality decreased ernormously and the Super Glide and the SLCR Caféracer of 1970 got a bad name. But Harley Davidson bought itself out and survived and with launching the new Evolution-motor in 1984, the company managed to create a modern motorcycle, which was still a Harley Davidson.

The beginning of the 1970's saw a revolution of the Harley-Davidson. In 1971, the cruiser was born. This machine united a sporty front end with the frame and power train of the FL series. 1973 saw the move of assembly operations to a new 400,000 square foot plant in York, Pennsylvania. The year 1975 was the first of four consecutive years that the Harley-Davidson won the AMA Grand National Championships in dirt track racing. In 1977, the FXS Low Rider and the FLHS Electra Glide Sport were introduced to the public. The FXS featured a special lower seat position (hence the distinguishing term Low Rider...). The FLHS was a low cost base line FLH Electra Glide with modifications intended to make the model sportier.

The beginning of the 1980's saw another change in the partnership of the engine and transmission. In 1980, the FLT model was born with a 5-speed transmission hard bolted to the engine. Also this year, the drive train was replaced with a Kevlar belt. In 1981 senior members of Harley-Davidson bought back Harley-Davidson Motor Company from AMF.

In 1982 Harley-Davidson enacted the Materials as Needed (MAN) application in their production. This would cut production costs and improve the quality of the parts. In 1983 the group H.O.G was founded and became the largest factory-sponsored motorcycle club in the world. By the year 2000, the club had over 500,000 members. In 1984 the 1340 cc V-twin engine was introduced, seven years in the making. Also this year, the Softail model became available. The Softail was most primarily distinguishable by hidden rear shock absorbers.

In 1987 Harley-Davidson began its "Buy Back Program" which offered full trade in value within two years on certain models. Also at this time, the Harley-Davidson Company obtained a place on the New York Stock Exchange for those interested in taking a financial stake in the company. In 1988 Harley-Davidson celebrated their 85th Anniversary in Milwaukee, an event that brought forth 60,000 aficionados of the Harley-Davidson. At the end of this revolutionary decade for Harley-Davidson, the FXSTS Springer Softail model was introduced into the lineup. The FXSTS Springer Softail was a modern day recreation of the 1940's Harley-Davidson. It had the classic biker look with the 1340 cc engine symbolizing the new era of Harley-Davidson.

In the early 1990's the Fat Boy design was introduced and quickly caught on. The name Fatboy was derived by combining the names of the two atomic bombs "Fat man" and "Little Boy" which were dropped on Nagasaki and Hiroshima. It was destined from the start to become a Collector's item among biking enthusiasts and definitely achieved that status throughout its existence. Also in 1990, Construction on a 31 million dollar state of the art paint facility began in York, Pennsylvania. It was finished the following year.


Electra Glide

The Los Angeles police is riding Harleys since 1930
Take a look at the amazing gloss of his boots ...
or would it be just oil ?!?


In 1991, The Dyna line of Harley-Davidson's was introduced with the FXDB Dyna Glide Sturgis. 1994 saw the jump of Harley-Davidson into the Superbike racing with the VR1000. The VR1000 featured a dual overhead cam and a liquid cooled engine and showed that Harley-Davidson was not fully averse to manufacturing a race inspired sport bike.

In 1996 a state of the art Parts and Accessories distribution plant was opened in Franklin, Wisconsin. The following year a new Product Development Center opened in Milwaukee. Also in 1997, a 330,000 square foot plant in Kansas City made its first Sportster. In 1998, assembly operations were taking place in another part of the world, Brazil. In the year 2001 Fuel injection was available on the Softail models.

These days, in America, Harley Davidson owns 62 % of the market of motorcycles with 850 CC or more !!

Harleys are, just like porches, funn stuff for people with money and appearance. So, "rich" customers rule the market. It could have been tempting for Harley Davidson to participate in this commercial hype, but when the hype is over, they know the company will still be there and will still sell motorcycles ... because of the loyal followers.
For these people, despite of age and appearance, a Harley is the one and only. It is an obviously arrogant, massive and cool cycle, without doing its best for it. However, Harleys aren't the fastest and manageable cycles, riding a Harley is uncomparable with riding any other bike ...

In the mean time, the die hards have to share this experience with the yuppies !!!




The End


184 posted on 01/28/2005 4:48:30 PM PST by pelikan
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To: Skylus
lovehate
185 posted on 01/28/2005 4:50:07 PM PST by cyborg
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To: MeekOneGOP

meekie!!this looks great!!! what were you complaining about alignment for??? I'm so excited--need to stop letting myself get intimidated; thank you thank you thank you!!!


186 posted on 01/28/2005 4:50:31 PM PST by pelikan
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To: pelikan
Well, there ya go! :^D

Ya got 2 red X's (MY fault, NOT yours*), but it looks pretty good.

* Remember I told you I had to try to "fix" two pics that didn't preview right for me? It was those 2 Red X's there.

I'll have to try and see what I did wrong.


187 posted on 01/28/2005 4:54:41 PM PST by MeekOneGOP (There is only one GOOD 'RAT: one that has been voted OUT of POWER !! Straight ticket GOP!)
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To: MeekOneGOP

What red x's? I have to go back and see what you're talking about.


188 posted on 01/28/2005 4:56:10 PM PST by pelikan
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To: MeekOneGOP

I still don't see the red x's--would you clue me in? or is this some kind of code for something else?


189 posted on 01/28/2005 4:57:27 PM PST by pelikan
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To: pelikan

Oh. Well, you're very welcomed! Bookmark this article to your FR page links so you can practice here in the future.

The way I found the Sandbox was to go to the FR's latest posts page, then searched for "Sandbox", like this:

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/search?m=any;o=score;s=Sandbox


190 posted on 01/28/2005 5:00:39 PM PST by MeekOneGOP (There is only one GOOD 'RAT: one that has been voted OUT of POWER !! Straight ticket GOP!)
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To: pelikan; MeekOneGOP


Can I play?

191 posted on 01/28/2005 5:01:15 PM PST by The Mayor (Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind.)
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To: The Mayor

Mayor!! I seem to have enough problems!! What red x's is meekie talking about? And I don't mean your little yellow man's x!!


192 posted on 01/28/2005 5:03:30 PM PST by pelikan
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To: pelikan

two of your pics didn't come out.
When they don't they look like the red x..


193 posted on 01/28/2005 5:05:57 PM PST by The Mayor (Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind.)
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To: pelikan
This one

and this one

I don't know why, everything looks OK with the html..

194 posted on 01/28/2005 5:09:47 PM PST by The Mayor (Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind.)
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To: The Mayor

I don't see any red x's so I'm not going to worry about it...Hey not that I already have enough going on but how do I get a little yellow man like you have? I've seen the ones eating popcorn and laughing and setting themselves on fire--I like yours with the stick best I think LOL--how do I go about getting one? It doesn't have to be the stick one, I'd settle for the one laughing hysterically and pounding the floor...


195 posted on 01/28/2005 5:09:50 PM PST by pelikan
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To: pelikan

do you see the pics above?

I don't..

Just grab the url of the little x guy, I did.
I am going to save it and upload it to my site so I don't lose it.


196 posted on 01/28/2005 5:11:34 PM PST by The Mayor (Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind.)
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To: MeekOneGOP

Meekie those 2 pics DID come out on my computer...if that means anything...


197 posted on 01/28/2005 5:11:43 PM PST by pelikan
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To: The Mayor

So we can help ourselves if we see something we like? I don't want to upset anyone...


198 posted on 01/28/2005 5:13:10 PM PST by pelikan
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To: pelikan

http://www.powerpassion.nl/harley/hd4x.jpg

http://www.powerpassion.nl/harley/stuff/hd5s.jpg


199 posted on 01/28/2005 5:13:11 PM PST by The Mayor (Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind.)
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To: pelikan

I "borrowed" this from some other FReeper.


200 posted on 01/28/2005 5:16:56 PM PST by Radix (Oh look, Mrs McNabb, Mrs McNabb! The Patriots are coming to the Super Bowl.)
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