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Ok i have my site slowmotion.x10.mx/Site/ but i want it to when i type slowmotion.x10.mx it will come up with the index.html page like it does on its own but then i want it to show a page for like a couple seconds that says loading... and then redirects itself to the directory /Site/.

 

Or when you type in slowmotion.x10.mx it will come up a logo and then under the logo 2 buttons forum and site and you can click either and whichever one you click will take you to site or forums ect.

 

anyone got any advice?

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You can just make a page with the name index.html and have it display your page with the logo and buttons on it. Then you can have those buttons link to your main website.

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 <center><META HTTP-EQUIV="REFRESH"   
CONTENT="5;  URL=http://www.slowmotion.x10.mx/Site/">  
Loading <BR>  <img src="http://share.wiredtron.com/files/194/loading.gif"/></center> 

 

CONTENT="5; means the page will be displayed for 5 seconds.

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thanks i can use that idea but i was looking at XGhozt.com and i put the center tags on my loading screen but how would i make it in the middle of the screen like his is im sorry im not to great with this kind of thing

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thanks i can use that idea but i was looking at XGhozt.com and i put the center tags on my loading screen but how would i make it in the middle of the screen like his is im sorry im not to great with this kind of thing

 

Index page.

<META HTTP-EQUIV="REFRESH"
  CONTENT="10; URL=http://www.slowmotion.x10.mx/Site/">

  <link rel="stylesheet" href="center.css" type="text/css" />

  <div id="test">
  		<center>Loading Site<br>
  		<font size="4">Loading Site</font><br>
      	<img src="http://share.wiredtron.com/files/194/loading.gif" />
  </div>
  </center>

 

Center.css

#test {
  	position:absolute;
  	width:430px;
  	margin:-50px 0px 0px -230px;
  	top: 50%;
  	left: 50%;
  }

 

Probably easier, efficient ways to do this, but it does the job.

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thanks i can use that idea but i was looking at XGhozt.com and i put the center tags on my loading screen but how would i make it in the middle of the screen like his is im sorry im not to great with this kind of thing

 

Index page.

<META HTTP-EQUIV="REFRESH"
  CONTENT="10; URL=http://www.slowmotion.x10.mx/Site/">

  <link rel="stylesheet" href="center.css" type="text/css" />

  <div id="test">
  		<center>Loading Site<br>
  		<font size="4">Loading Site</font><br>
      	<img src="http://share.wiredtron.com/files/194/loading.gif" />
  </div>
  </center>

 

Center.css

#test {
  	position:absolute;
  	width:430px;
  	margin:-50px 0px 0px -230px;
  	top: 50%;
  	left: 50%;
  }

 

Probably easier, efficient ways to do this, but it does the job.

 

 

thanks man appreciate it works like a charm :)

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Celeez, you're one of those people who don't know how to Google something aren't you?

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Celeez, you're one of those people who don't know how to Google something aren't you?

THIS rolleyes.png

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Celeez, you're one of those people who don't know how to Google something aren't you?

 

 

you obviously didnt know me when i was here before ^.^ im lazy

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Celeez, you're one of those people who don't know how to Google something aren't you?

 

 

you obviously didnt know me when i was here before ^.^ im lazy

That's why I dun like you... isee.png

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Celeez, you're one of those people who don't know how to Google something aren't you?

 

 

you obviously didnt know me when i was here before ^.^ im lazy

I remember you, and I remember you're silly questions for everything.

 

I for one, will NOT spoon feed you everything you request. And I advocate the fellow GC members to do the same. We aren't here to give every person the answer they want in plain English just for them to leave and come back with a new alias when they have another question. If you want help, you have to put in effort to deserve it.

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If you look at almost every single of your topics under TweaK- it was a question about this, or that related to graphics or web design. You won't learn anything by asking specific questions about specific problems or things you don't know how to do. The best way to learn and understand when it comes to computers is to dive into it and experiment. Google helps too.

 

Don't copy tutorials- utilize the things it teaches you in other things you do. Don't go around begging for the answer to everything you need to do, try to figure it out on your own- you'll get a better understanding of how things work that way.

 

I'm not saying don't ask questions- just don't ask (as Monki put it) for us to spoonfeed you every tidbit of information.

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