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I need to test my web page
I am behind a router and I just see my router config software
I opened the port 80 and used the "nat" of the router in order to perform a redirection.
should work ?
Could you try this URL http://acrmim.no-ip.info
Many thanks in advance
All the Best
Distribution: Ubunto and slowly switching to debian
looks a good job just be carful as you might be done for spaming but keep up the good work its better then i can do with flash! i think the best i ever did in flash was a 5 0r six frame wilking stick man but then again its the first and last time i used it
Thanks for comment
I noticed after checking myseft in internet cafe (cofee ?) that the url http://acrmim.no-ip.info could not be loaded. I guess they have set up
their server to prevent any FTP going out or whatever ? strange ...
Means a http: //www.acrmim.no-ip.info will be better but sounds that I have to pay ?
İs there any trick to solve this problem ?
Well, I don't know about the rest of the technical stuff, but from a design point of view, very nice.
Muted, stylish, pretty professional looking. My only criticism would be that you have the address part on the bottom right hand side, the second text line of the address seems to sit partly outside the pale green box (specifically, the "ly" in the second line).
Don't know if it would matter to you or not but you may consider repositioning it perhaps ????
Oh and yes, as with other comment, the home/welcome page is quite slow to load the flash (using 1 meg ADSL connection). Maybe you might look into that, because I suspect that it'd certainly put "grazing browsers" off i.e. they'd get bored and go.......erm it took about 40 seconds to load with my connection, though it was mid morning, so servers are a little slow (I was going to comment further until I looked at the portfolio page, and it took a minute and a half to load, but the server connections was only showing between 5 and 10 kb/s which at 11.30am isn't suprising).
Maybe you could do all that with just xhtml and css? i.e. does it really have to be in flash ??? afterall, it's not really that interactive is it?
Thanks again about comment.
What you all mention is true...it is very slow.
There are mainly two problems, my connection adsl seems very slow and files are too heavy.
I am trying to solve the problem using another version of flash (flash pro 2004).
The problem you mentioned John is a font problem. Maybe a new version of Flash will allow
embedded fonts like for pdf file...and even a kind of optimization ?
Otherwise I have to reduce the gif size...step by step...