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100Grand

Ok I can make you a website with basic, Simple html, Would you like me start now? I would take the arduino mega, And maybe any shields you may have (I dont really need any shields but if you have any I would be even happier!) If you want me to start now I will be finished in approx 1 week.



100Grand

Yes I did thank you, there seems to some issue with the menu bars at the top on the mouse hover it shows the text of adjoining buttons and not the button you are hovering over. As a showcase piece it needs a little polishing. Perhaps it is an xbrowser issue but that should not be an problem to sort out.

I avoid FLASH like the plague, a simple HTML/JavaScript solution is preferred. It does however have some back end processing that calculates what language to present to the user French/English) depending on the IP address of the Client Browser.

Cheers Pete.


Bainesbunch

I think it would be good to demonstrate that you understand the issues here before we progress any further.

•   How are you proposing to do the language selection based on the country of the visiting Client browser.
•   I am concerned that you thought that the obvious ASP.net error was a bandwidth issue.
•   You have not answered my questions about xbrowser compatibility, a problem you seem to have on the demonstration site you pointed me at.

Cheers Pete.



Ok I can make you a website with basic, Simple html, Would you like me start now? I would take the arduino mega, And maybe any shields you may have (I dont really need any shields but if you have any I would be even happier!) If you want me to start now I will be finished in approx 1 week.



100Grand

Yes I did thank you, there seems to some issue with the menu bars at the top on the mouse hover it shows the text of adjoining buttons and not the button you are hovering over. As a showcase piece it needs a little polishing. Perhaps it is an xbrowser issue but that should not be an problem to sort out.

I avoid FLASH like the plague, a simple HTML/JavaScript solution is preferred. It does however have some back end processing that calculates what language to present to the user French/English) depending on the IP address of the Client Browser.

Cheers Pete.


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100Grand

I am going to add an IP Script so that people in france get french, Germany, German, USA/UK, English.  And plus I will add A button so if they want to change the language no matter what country their in.



I think it would be good to demonstrate that you understand the issues here before we progress any further.

•   How are you proposing to do the language selection based on the country of the visiting Client browser.
•   I am concerned that you thought that the obvious ASP.net error was a bandwidth issue.
•   You have not answered my questions about xbrowser compatibility, a problem you seem to have on the demonstration site you pointed me at.

Cheers Pete.



Ok I can make you a website with basic, Simple html, Would you like me start now? I would take the arduino mega, And maybe any shields you may have (I dont really need any shields but if you have any I would be even happier!) If you want me to start now I will be finished in approx 1 week.



100Grand

Yes I did thank you, there seems to some issue with the menu bars at the top on the mouse hover it shows the text of adjoining buttons and not the button you are hovering over. As a showcase piece it needs a little polishing. Perhaps it is an xbrowser issue but that should not be an problem to sort out.

I avoid FLASH like the plague, a simple HTML/JavaScript solution is preferred. It does however have some back end processing that calculates what language to present to the user French/English) depending on the IP address of the Client Browser.

Cheers Pete.




100Grand

And the ASP.net error was resulted by an script overflow, this can vary from location to location, Sometimes it can be because of a script that is not supposed to be there, I checked your websites ping and it is extremely well, Even though I'm in the USA.

Bainesbunch

Interesting ... you say a "script overflow".

The error I am seeing is a mathematic overflow. I am an ASP.Net web developer myself as well as playing in the Arduino/Netduino communities.

I am not a very good UI designer hence my interest in your offer. However you seem to be well off the mark in diagnosing the existing problems.

My Website is running with a host provider running a server farm in London. I would expect it to be quite fast responding. It is currently running an ASP.NET application that I wrote (which is why the UI is so bad) I am not sure where you get the idea that a "script" that is "not supposed to be there" can cause the error it is showing.

The whole website is very lean but it does use the Google mapping extensions but they are (or should be) sandboxed within an Iframe.

I will check out the other example of your work :)

Cheers Pete.




And the ASP.net error was resulted by an script overflow, this can vary from location to location, Sometimes it can be because of a script that is not supposed to be there, I checked your websites ping and it is extremely well, Even though I'm in the USA.
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