4,500ft to the summit - my kind of outing! :-)
Nice page, btw.
I made a small edit to fix an html error in the first paragraph - I only mention that so you don't think ghosts have taken over your page.
Bob, thanks a lot! And, what error did you fix - the picture that wouldn't show as such? I had a problem with one of those and it magically resolved itself....
You left the image tag for the large picture unclosed. The apparently self-correcting image was my edit
Well, thank you once again. I'm learning some of those tricks (like the table) but am still a rank novice at html. Appreciate the help!
attm, thanks. Actually I hadn't seen that table of yours yet but I suppose it's no surprise we came up with that idea... it's a damned good one. Sometimes it's a pain poring over topos trying to figure out what's an actual summit and what isn't, hey?
Yeah, I did... it was a bit of a pain in the ass, too. Not quite what I had in mind but close. If you want a copy of it let me know, of course that'd be close to starting from scratch for you too, as all the info would have to be changed. Still, doing tables like that's kind of fun in a way too... it was interesting seeing some of the NM peaks you put on there.
That table must have taken you quite a while to compose. Nice page. The scenery takes me back to Corsica and Sardinia.
Just delete all the carriage returns (they are automatically converted to <br>s). This usually does it for me.
Gangolf, thanks for the vote! Yeah, you're right, that table took f-ing forever. Attm, if you want a copy of the html I used let me know, I'll send you one.
Thank you very much!
Johan, thanks a lot. I've been checking a few of your pages out lately, looking for 7,000m peaks that might be interesting...
Lolli, thanks! And hey, you're welcome to steal it - or if you want a copy of the table just let me know....
This is a really nice and interesting page.
Scott, thanks a lot. I've been putting more thought into them as I go on...
Thanks for stopping by!
Looks like a great climb at the summit. Nice page.
Sean, thanks a lot!