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    Reply to Logo motorcycle magazine
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    As HotButton says, it's really only part of the Harley Davidson crowd who dress up in the tough guy costumes. Neither BMW nor Ducati riders, for example, would be caught dead looking like them.
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    Today, 05:06 PM
  • dotta
    Reply to hyperlinking multiple images with php
    dotta
    You are correct in saying that. I'm using wordpress to make my webcomic, so I'm having to rewrite the code with each page.

    Here's the website: http://jessaandnora.com/

    I will...
    Today, 04:19 PM
  • HotButton
    Reply to Logo motorcycle magazine
    HotButton
    Igh...I believe Moto Rivista is aimed more at the "Cafe Racer" mindset, as opposed to unwashed costumed chest thumping whiners.

    In any case, sorry Creare, but I think this is a...
    Today, 03:57 PM
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    Hey there guys,
    Talking about mixing fonts, I just found this book (The big book of font combinations only in pdf version as far as I can see) and I was wondering, Is there any good alternative...
    Today, 03:14 PM
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    Reply to Logo motorcycle magazine
    Momoshy
    Hey, what kind of magazine is this?
    Because, when I think of motorcycles, I think of very macho men, Heavy metal, tatooed men on Harley Davidson style, which I relate to a heavy, raw and straight...
    Today, 03:01 PM
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  • Hi. Im new here. Please, visit my site http://www.freewebs.com/paolocito/ and leave your opinion/ critics about what im doing....:-p

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    Hi Paolo, welcome to the forum. Your site took over 3 minutes to load the opening flash. I'm using a cable modem broadband connection. So that is not good. Once it finally loaded it was nice though.



    'I used to be with it. But then they changed what it was. Now what I'm with isn't it, and what's it seems weird and scary to me.' Abraham Simpson

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    • #3
      Thanks Kool.
      Im really having a problem with the size of the images i put there. Im using .jpg files. Any one knows whats the best method to make the images as small as possible (in kb size) but with a good resolution??

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      • #4
        all you have to do is save the files as png. when you import the files into flash it automatically compresses them. also, chek your publishing settings, they could also increase file size depending on the settings.
        Short Attention Gamer | UFClounge

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          3howards said...
          all you have to do is save the files as png. when you import the files into flash it automatically compresses them. also, chek your publishing settings, they could also increase file size depending on the settings.
          png are huge before, will Flash compress them better then?

          take the kids to see a replica of what never was...
          http://www.fusioneffect.com

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          • #6
            Yes!!! publish settings>choose your compression for the various file extentions. You can use and compress jpeg just as well, though. I didn't even ever get to view the site, it took waaay to long to load on my ethernet...crazeh.

            i heart art

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            • #7
              Ok, I have made some modifications using the publish settings... It is a little bit small now, but i think it coul be even smaller. Tomorrow Ill try the .png option...:-p
              Keep on giving your opinions anyway. They already help me a lot! Thanks all!

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