Screenshots Needed please =)

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hi!

i have a rubbish 1024 X 768 (squair) moniter

my site looks different on my moniter and i would like sombody with a rectangle moniter to post a screenshot of my homepage for me so i can see if somthing works

http://tellyads.yolasite.com

heres what it looks like for me



thanks

alex

http://tellyads.yolasite.com/
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Hi Alex, you may want to take a look at http://browsershots.org to see how your site looks on different OS's, Browsers, and resolutions. Anyway, here's a screen-shot from my 1280 x 800 monitor:



Nice Work on your site by the way, little concerned about the Quicktime banner though, could by a copyright infringement. And just out of interest, what's that at the bottom, the bar with the StumbleUpon button and all that stuff, I know what the thing at the VERY bottom is but what's the thing above it?

Callum Booth
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thanks, thhats how it should look =)
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ohh, i made that

look at this link for the icons
http://findicons.com
and then copy the links from an
http://addthis.com
button,

hope that helps
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oh I see, thanks, can I um... borrow this idea?
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sure!!
anyone can.
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Hi Alex!

Here is what it looks like for me:


Click image to view larger version

Note: I did not edit the picture above at all. This is exactly what I see.
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I am using Google Chrome.
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And I have a 23 inch (measured corner to corner) screen
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i usuals use that but for site building i use IE7

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thanks for the screensho, hmm, i will have to re think the background =0
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No problem! :)
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What did you use for the toolbar at the bottom? I'm sure it is from a company, but it doesn't have the name of the company on there. You can look at the toolbar on my comapny's site at www.nathansmusicstudio.cz.cc When you get there, just scroll down and a toolbar will appear at the top!
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i like your sites toolbar!

mines from meebo.com and you click on try the bar at the bottom
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Thanks Alex! Your site's tooolbar is awesome too!
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Wow Alex

You sure have come a long way with your website designing abilities! Looks great!
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Thanks Sanja =)

it means alot to me to hear that
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I agree... looks good Al.
No screenshot Sanja ???
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hehe - didn't want to take the pleasure from someone else ;)
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thanks boomer =)
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a good way to test things yourself is to test in multiple browsers and change the resolution of your computer. Then you can see what others may be seeing.