Privacy Agremeent/TOS

Discussion in 'General Topics' started by Paul Wilders, Aug 6, 2002.

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  1. Paul Wilders

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    UNICRON has taken care of of privacy agreement in the meanwhile; have a look over here:

    www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=2836

    Since the "announcement forum" is a read-only forum, please post remarks, questions etc. in this thread.

    Thanks in advance!

    regards.

    paul
     
  2. Checkout

    Checkout Security Rhinoceros

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    Re:privacy Agremeent/TOC

    TOC or TOS?
     
  3. Prince_Serendip

    Prince_Serendip Registered Member

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    Re:privacy Agremeent/TOC

    Hi Paul! If you note the time we were two minutes apart in our topic posts. I was going to delete my posting after seeing this one. However, I see it's already done. Thanks. I will post it here. ;)

    From my earlier post:
    :) Hey! I just noticed this new button on the upper right side of the title bar! I tried clicking it and voila, TOS and Privacy Policy. "Where Is It?" will be ecstatic! Well at least there will be (hopefully) no more arguments and complaints about it. Nice going guys! :D

    Hi Checkout! Maybe TOC is TOS in another language?
     
  4. Mike_Healan

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    Good idea. Wish I'd thought of doing a button ;)

    Where you use the button as a link, add border="0" within the <img src=""> part of the html. That'll get rid of that blue border. Also, what is this in red? Looks like it shouldn't be there.
    <A href="index.php?board=;action=privacy#privacy"><IMG
    src="YaBBImages/privacyTOS.gif" border="0" a <></A>
    Unicron mentions the text turns red when he mouses over it. I guess he's using either Mozilla or Netscape, because he's seeing a slight error YaBB built into the style sheet in the template. On the Privacy policy, where you have <a name="privacy">, you should put the </a> immediately after. You don't have to put anything at all in between and it takes care of that mouseover. <a name="privacy"></a>
     
  5. UNICRON

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    The error was mine not the board's. I forgot the </a> making the whole text block part of the anchor. Thanks Mike I overlooked that. (happens at 2:30 am :( ) It is now fixed :)


    Also thanx to Snap for the new gif. I am no graphics guy. Perhaps it needed a woman's touch? And what better than a Canadian woman? I know first hand how freindly they can be ;)
     
  6. Paul Wilders

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    Snap and Mike,

    Thanks!

    regards.

    paul
     
  7. snapdragin

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    Paul and Unicron - you are both very welcome! You did a great job on the TOS and setting it up, Unicron, i would have been lost with the html part of the board. LOL i will have to visit Mike when i start my own page! ;)

    Thank you for letting me help, it was great fun!....(i needed the practice with .gif format)
    :)
     
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