Hey fellow NASM developers and users. The website currently online along
with the title (which was my last design) I know wasnt the best and had
a fair amount of faults and horrible code and looks.
Im sorry yeah I make mistakes but anyways I have worked on the site alot
more all yesterday and all this morning and have came up with a new base
design. It is CSS and HTML 4.01 valid code checked by W3 standards and
is alot slimmer and customizable. It is easy to change the look and feel
of it to as it uses CSS stylesheets. Ive included 4 styles which Im
quite happy with and would like you all to see them and tell me what you
think (by replying to me or the nasm list whatever) and say what you
like and more important what you dont like.
It is viewable online and downloadable through here:
Thank you, I hope this design is alot better for everyones needs.
I like the third one (green) and the fourth too.
But tell me why the last leg of 'm' has one-symbol width?
True Nasm's 'm' is:
E8+' *;T' *;,
D9 *L *L
H7 I# I#
U: :8 :8
,#B. .IE, .IE,
Yurchenko Nikolay mailto:unv@...
From: Frank Kotler <fbkotler@co...> - 2003-10-01 08:40:51
> Hey fellow NASM developers and users. The website currently online along
> with the title (which was my last design) I know wasnt the best and had
> a fair amount of faults and horrible code and looks.
Naw! Not that bad at all. I like the "improved" look better, though. I
kinda like "style 2" (suspect that makes me odd man out). But I'm more
concerned with "content" than "looks", anyway. In that department, I
notice that the text has reverted to "In spite of this news..." on your
"examples". Also, the link I provided for RadAsm seems to be deceased.
New link seems to be:
If you or Stanislav are altering the on-line code, you might think about
fixing that one, too.
> Im sorry yeah I make mistakes
Yeah, you make a *lot* more mistakes than people who don't contribute
anything! :) Thanks for your work!