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  1. Sorry this is a bit technical, but the their developers seem a bit incompetent. The instructions here are for Firefox but it will be similar in Chrome. Right click the grey area and click "Inspect Element" Scroll up and click the iframe element Untick the box under ".html-embed iframe" that says width. That's it.
  2. Tetty looking good but most the game passing him by down the wings. Snoddy is up for it as usual. Garrido looks slightly suspect at times. Quite a few passes going awry all over the pitch to be honest.
  3. 5 at the back? Lambert is probably thinking that another one will give away a pen and get sent off so he may as well start with 3 centre backs. That''s foresight.
  4. Gunny air kick. I was there with my Grandad and had to explain the chants afterwards as he is a bit deaf.
  5. Sorry, that was some bad spelling! I have no idea who the first choices will be, I know very little about Crofts and Fox.
  6. I can count 10, have I missed any? Smith, Hughes, OTJ, Lappin, Russell, Fox, Crofts, Surman, Gill, Adeyemi I know Russell is probably off, but maybe we should unload OTJ, Gill and send Adeyemi out on loan.
  7. Any one got a link that works in Linux - like a flash video or something?
  8. [quote user="Graham Humphrey"][quote user="Linus"][quote user="Salahuddin"]Radio Norfolk have just announced it.[/quote]The biscuits?[/quote] If they haven''t gone for Custard Creams there''ll be trouble. [/quote]Well, if they are as prudent as they say they will get some rice crackers, not Custard Creams!
  9. [quote user="Salahuddin"]Radio Norfolk have just announced it.[/quote]The biscuits?
  10. Why do you think top two finish?Based on the final day performance I would say we will struggle next season, probably fight for play offs.Just because we have 20,000+ plus supporters every week doesn''t give us a god given right to success - you sound like a Newcastle supporter!Don''t get me wrong though, I''m not happy with the state of the club, I will keep supporting them, I just think top two finish will be very difficult
  11. [quote user="Delias Well Behaved Devonshire Dirtbox"][quote user="Linus"]This website and forum epitomize why PHP > ASPPHP is generally more reliable in that PHP coders know how to program for the web and that the PHP application is more stable (not to mention Linux vs Windows as a server operating system)I''ve been a regular at the archant websites for years now and I''ve forgotten how many times I''ve seen the error connection terminated, not to mention getting Application errors on this board.I''m a web developer and if my website''s went down even one a month, no matter how long for I would be in deep shite.Now I''m sure this is not what you had in mind when you made this thread but I really think you should look at the people who maintain the website - it doesnt even validate!http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.pinkun.com%2F&charset=(detect+automatically)&doctype=Inline&group=0http://www.ocawa.com (for WCAG)That means it does not comply to UK accessibility laws!http://www.webcredible.co.uk/user-friendly-resources/web-accessibility/uk-website-legal-requirements.shtmlSo all in all I think you can sum up this post as... change the whole thing to make it more reliable, more feature packed and more accessible.:D [/quote] I tryed reading this but soon got bored on about the third line, are you a real person or a robot? [/quote]Ha, mostly real person - but being a web developer has a weird effect on people...----- You can stop reading here ---------To the person that said validation is not important - I understand your position, I didnt think much of it, I thought it had no practical use but there are more browsers in the market standards help provide the same experience across all browsers. Those new browsers are pushing things forward and ms is actually trying to support them - having validate code is the best way to ensure forward compatibility. Then there''s all that accessibility stuff, which I don''t really care about but a company running a large website should.PS another flaw - you can''t quote anyone with single quote in there name, that''s hilarious
  12. This website and forum epitomize why PHP > ASPPHP is generally more reliable in that PHP coders know how to program for the web and that the PHP application is more stable (not to mention Linux vs Windows as a server operating system)I''ve been a regular at the archant websites for years now and I''ve forgotten how many times I''ve seen the error connection terminated, not to mention getting Application errors on this board.I''m a web developer and if my website''s went down even one a month, no matter how long for I would be in deep shite.Now I''m sure this is not what you had in mind when you made this thread but I really think you should look at the people who maintain the website - it doesnt even validate!http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.pinkun.com%2F&charset=(detect+automatically)&doctype=Inline&group=0http://www.ocawa.com (for WCAG)That means it does not comply to UK accessibility laws!http://www.webcredible.co.uk/user-friendly-resources/web-accessibility/uk-website-legal-requirements.shtmlSo all in all I think you can sum up this post as... change the whole thing to make it more reliable, more feature packed and more accessible.:D 
  13. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Danny_Graham_(footballer)Not exactly a glowing review... anybody got anything to add?
  14. I thought the reason the academy wasn''t doing well any more was because they changed the rules and players had to come from the local area... and unfortunately norfolk isn''t churning out any gems.
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