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 Posted: Fri Dec 13th, 2013 02:30 pm
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Recently I've been spending some time trying to learn about and build a web-site to support my N'spirations N gauge modelling publications.






So far I've managed to get something basic up and running ; http://grahamehedges.moonfruit.com/







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Looks to be coming along nicely. Good luck, I'll look forward to the finished web site.



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I agree with Barney, looking good ! :thumbs

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That looks very professional Zodiac, and easy to navigate too.  :pathead

An initial observation, and something that often "gets to me" is that, when you click on a photo in the gallery, the enlargement is only slightly larger than the thumbnail.  Is that because the original is small ?  It would be much better if the enlargement was a decent size so you could see the details .................:hmm

On the other hand, it could be because "N Gauge" is very small ................................:lol::lol::lol::lol:



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Looks pretty good to me :doublethumb

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I'd noticed that with gallery pics but don't know why - it's beyond my current understanding and something I need to find out about.
BTW N gauge isn't 'very small' - Z gauge is, and T gauge is tiny. And, of course, OO is 'small' compared with O. It's all relative.
 
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When your eyes have seen as many Christmases as mine have Z, "N Gauge" is small ..................both "Z and T Gauges" would be completely invisible ...........:cheers:cheers



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Generally as one gets older eyes tend towards becoming 'longer' sighted - often effectively helping to correct inherent short-sightedness. Fortunately for both issues corrective prescription glasses are available to improve vision.


I have several eye 'illnesses' including myopia, astigmatism, and ocular hyper-tension as well as potential onset diabetic glaucoma and retinopathy, yet even at my age I don't find viewing N gauge a problem. Often the size thing is more of an excuse or imagined issue. But I guess the Christmas drinking won't help.  


Have a great festive season.


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Nice site Grahame and very easy to navigate.Will the links work on the finished site?.



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Hello,
Not sure if you will be needing to put your address and email (your choice) could generate a lot of spam for you to deal with in the long term (just a thought)
Site looks good best of luck
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Coming along OK so far...carry on.



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Coming along nicely Grahame and I'll be watching this space for further progress updates.

One question though . . . . when clicking on the gallery pictures, are they supposed to 'enlarge' as, at the moment, the 'clicked' image is the same size as the gallery one ?



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Chinahand wrote: .



One question though . . . . when clicking on the gallery pictures, are they supposed to 'enlarge' as, at the moment, the 'clicked' image is the same size as the gallery one ?


Trevor, I just clicked on your photos within YMR gallery & they enlarge out OK!



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I was referring to Grahame's pictures on his web page gallery Sol.



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One question though . . . . when clicking on the gallery pictures, are they supposed to 'enlarge' as, at the moment, the 'clicked' image is the same size as the gallery one ?
 
Yep, try now, hopefully I've sorted it.
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Thanks Grahame. Now we can see all that lovely detail. :doublethumb



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