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John Climber6 points

John Climber

Voted 6/10

I like what I saw of your page..nice photos, nice background info. Also well written. But I miss a lot of climbing information... I am sure there are plenty of good routes on that mountain...
Posted Feb 16, 2006 11:13 pm

AndyGood Work

Andy

Voted 9/10

I agree with John Climber. Also, I think you might want to make some of those images small size because it messes up the page format a little at the botttom.
Posted Feb 17, 2006 2:55 am

SawtoothSeanRe: Good Work

SawtoothSean

Hasn't voted

Thanks for looking. I think there might be SPv2 issues with page interpretation. In my browser, the page appears lined up correctly with the larger pictures- in your browser it's not lined up eh? Also, the HTML cut and paste from FrontPage that I was using is not the cleanest to the new version of SP. There are only two routes, on the mountain and they are hardly climbing. It's mostly a historic area. I'll have better climbing peaks (mostly from the Sawtooths) coming this Spring. Regards
Posted Feb 17, 2006 6:34 am

Gangolf HaubRe: Good Work

Gangolf Haub

Voted 8/10

I see the same strange alignment on my 1400px screen. The text of the first section is placed to far right of the page and is only half an inch wide. You should be careful with the alignment feature of the inline images. Only the center option introduces a linebreak so that you get a solitary standing centerd image. Right and left alignment put the pictures in their locations all right but the whole text you placed under the image command will be placed to the right or left of them. If that "text" is another image or the caption of the next section weird things will happen.

I only use centered pictures now and maybe a small image to the left of a section when Ii know I have a lot of text to go after it.
Posted Feb 17, 2006 11:41 am

SaintgrizzlyHistorical excellence!

Saintgrizzly

Voted 7/10

Very good writing on this! Makes me feel I'm there--your sense of history comes through, as does your feel for the type of society existing in the region. Good job!
Posted Feb 18, 2006 6:28 am

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