Welcome to my NeoHome!
Feel free to browse the other pages:
- NAMFox – Have you heard of NAMFox, but you don't know whether you want it? Come here to be convinced.
- NAMFox Pics – See some screenshots of NAMFox features.
- NeoHome Ratings – Rate NeoHomes of any Neoseeker member!
- innerHTML – How the "innerHTML" look can be duplicated with HTML/CSS only.
- Comments – Like what you see? Think something could be better? Feel free to leave a comment!
For the best experience, use one of the following:
- Firefox 2
- Internet Explorer 7
- Safari 3
These browsers are supported, but will not render everything perfectly:
- Internet Explorer 6
- Opera 9
Facts of Interest
If you're still reading, you might be interested in some facts about this NeoHome.
- There are no tables used in the layout. It is a purely div- and CSS-based solution.
- This NeoHome should be updated every 15 minutes with recent visitors, as well as the latest neohome ratings and comments.
- It took about two weeks to create.
- This is my third NeoHome that I have put significant effort into.
What is NAMFox?
NAMFox is a Firefox extension which adds features to Neoseeker which enrich your experience on neoforums.Return to Top
Why should I use it?
There are many reasons that you should use NAMFox. Here's just a few:
- Do you have custom messages that you like to use? For example, a "thread closed" message if you are a moderator? NAMFox allows you to store up to 15 messages.
- Do you use custom markup in your post but sometimes find it troublesome to use that markup? NAMFox inserts your default posting style for you.
- Are Neo's quick reply, edit, and quote not rich enough for you? Enjoy NAMFox's enhanced quick reply, quick edit, and quick quote. No page refreshes here.
- Want more markup buttons on the posting and PM screens? NAMFox lets you and mix and match which markup buttons you want.
I want to see what NAMFox adds. Do you have any pictures?
You better believe it! Check this out.Return to Top
I'm convinced. Where can I download it?
Click here to download NAMFox.
If Firefox notifies you that it "prevented this site (www.neoseeker.com) from asking you to install software on your computer," then click on the "Edit Options..." button on the right side of that message. Firefox will then show a window called "Allowed Sites - Add-ons Installation" which will show you a list of sites you have allowed and blocked. Click the "Allow" button if "www.neoseeker.com" is in the "Address of web site" text box. Then click "Close" and re-click the link above.
If you still cannot download it, then please contact me. I'll help you get setup as soon as possible. =)Return to Top
I still have more questions. Where can I ask?Return to Top
How do I report a bug or a suggestion?
See the previous answer.Return to Top
This page contains a few pictures of NAMFox. Click on any picture to see a larger version. You can see a few more here.
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Rate your favorite NeoHomes! Type in a member's name and give his or her NeoHome a rating out of 5. You may not rate your own NeoHome, and you may not rate a particular more than once. The only way you can re-rate a NeoHome is if that NeoHome's owner resets their rating. If you want to reset your rating because you've got a new NeoHome, or you just want to start over, PM me.
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This neohome uses anchors to change the content in this center pane. When you click on "Home," it take you to the home page, which is #home. When you click on "Comments," it takes you to the comments page, which is #comments. How does this work? Well, treat the entire content area—where you see the home page, the comments page, etc.—as one big scrollpane, or scrollbox. This scrollpane is special, though, because it allows you to see only one part of it at a time. You'll also notice that it doesn't even have a scrollbar; if I put the scrollbar in, you'd be able to scroll among the different sections. This may make more sense if you download Opera and view this NeoHome in it, because you'll see the scrollbar. Once you've seen that, you can look at how it's done below.Return to Top
Here's some sample code that you can play around with. There are two types of div elements involved: the outer div contains all of the content, and each inner div contains the content for a specific section. For example, there is a div element which contains only the "innerHTML" section in my NeoHome, and there is another which contains all of the sections. Every div element has the same height. The outer div has a CSS overflow property set to "auto" (so that it will mimic scrolling if there is too much content) as well as a CSS overflow-y property set to "hidden" (so the scrollbar is hidden).
<div style="height: 1500px; overflow: auto; overflow-y: hidden;">
<div id="one" style="height: 1500px;">
<div id="two" style="height: 1500px;">
The code shown above is only the start! It's also something you can improve on greatly, using CSS for visuals as well as some other tricks to make it work right for you. If you've used this technique in your neohome, let me know, and I'll add you to the list below.Return to Top
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Last Updated: Thursday, March 12, 2009 7:46 PM MST