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    Question would you test this for clarity?

    on my site, instead of having validity pictures, i made a link that says "Valid Code?" to a file that is supposed to explain about why my XHTML code is invalid, and why my CSS is, and then have links. Could you tell me if I was clear enough..? Thanks in advance

    Homepage...
    http://projep.t35.com/
    Explanation file...
    http://projep.t35.com/valid.php

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    Seems to do the job fine.. Though, why dont you just get a better host?

    Also, you can validate your source code without having the server generate its extra markup. That way you can still have it validated.

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    Andrew Buntine.

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    Yeah, but that would be lying. And I plan to move to a better host.. when I can find one.

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    A visual note:
    Your site has an irritating flikker when scrolling on a flat screen monitor. Probable cause is the dark striped background.

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    Really? I saw no flicker. And I have an LCD screen too.

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    When you use the window scrollbar?

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    Originally posted by Fang
    When you use the window scrollbar?
    Might not be a moniter issue. Could also be your video drivers. You running nvidea or ati or what?

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    me? i have no idea what im running. its a windows xp with a flat screen and a fast cpu. thats all i no.

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    usually, it will say the name of your graphics card on the back of your computer sumwhere, or else sumtimes there will be a sticker on the computer with system attributes. if you cannot find any sign of text indicating a graphics card, u probably have integrated graphics(which r pretty much as low as u can go, i believe).
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    Originally posted by DanieLTomaS
    usually, it will say the name of your graphics card on the back of your computer sumwhere, or else sumtimes there will be a sticker on the computer with system attributes. if you cannot find any sign of text indicating a graphics card, u probably have integrated graphics(which r pretty much as low as u can go, i believe).
    -Dan
    you have got that right, on board video drastically lowers a pc's performance. If you have even a geforce3 or something, it is better then onboard, because onboard draws from your machines ram and thus it makes your computer much slower.

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    btw, while the topic is up in the air, i have an older comp with integrated graphics. i was wondering if it is possible to upgrade integrated to say, nvidea, considering they are attatched right to the motherboard. ne1 able to clear this up for me?
    -Dan
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    He might as well just look in his device manager.. Thats easy enough.

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    well theres a sticker on front but um.. heh heh.. kinda put a afro monkey sticker over it....

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    Originally posted by omega
    well theres a sticker on front but um.. heh heh.. kinda put a afro monkey sticker over it....
    LMAO
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    Originally posted by DanieLTomaS
    LMAO
    Yes. Afro Monkeys are awesome. Oh yeah, and I bent the sticker where the afro is so when the annoying red light blinks, his hair lights up.

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