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    So I totally reinvented my site, from scratch:
    http://mburt.mb.funpic.org/
    It uses a file structure system, so if I add a folder in the "links" folder, eg. New Folder, it will add to the menu automatically. Then that directory file will read the contents of that folder and put links under the corresponding directory.
    Also, the new design is pretty .
    Feel free to comment on anything, I like constructive critisism.
    - Mike

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    you mean it needs to be constructive? hehe not too shabby mate. not too shabby at all. I like your new design, but only question i got is how do you exclude your php extension?

    eg ( mburt.mb.funpic.org?page=archives.df )

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    I have to to identify the folders from the actual pages. As you may have noted, "?page=articles.df" is a directory, but "?page=links" is not. All the pages are ran from the index.php. I could set the keyword to "-df-" if I wanted to, I use variables to control everything. ".df" seemed accurate (directory file), it has no effect on the way the page is displayed either.

    The index page is incredibly complex, so I had to use alot of variables. It's about 10kb.
    - Mike

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    what i was asking is how do you have it so that it omits the index.php and just shows the rest?

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    If the index file is in say:
    mysite/index.php

    it can also be opened as:
    mysite/

    By default, the "index" file is loaded.
    - Mike

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    oh thanks mate... I thought that was only true for html files, but I guess I was wrong

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    looking good!!
    one (and the only) thing I would say is increase the left/ right padding around the menu. I think it would look less cluttered that way.

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    dont know if you have a "discussion forum" anywhere on there, but for your "box script" you only have the ability to flip xy, x, y axis once, I am thinking if you add another parameter to the flip function and if its hit a second time it will reverse the flip ? and what is the "rotate auto" button for? it doesnt seem to do anything

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    Great site. I like the window script; it could come in very handy in web pages.
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    boogyman: Move your arrow keys, it rotates with a third level.

    Jas: Hehe... just so you know, mine isn't really complete. And DD has a better one
    - Mike

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