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  • I wanted to show my blog cause it was inspired by one of my old WordPress templates. I decided to use b2 on this because Fantastico was giving me problems installing WordPress and I wasn’t gonna bother installing it manually. This template looks almost exactly that same as my old WordPress and I was wondering waht you thought of it, even thought it is a b2.

    http://www.thelastpageonthenet.com

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  • Ooo… Nice 🙂 I like how there are checkboxes to categorize the posts.

    Any other opinions?

    Yep – love the colours. Also, what gives the now playing output with the nice green colour. I like that a lot.

    I do that manually everytime I post. There is an insertion option that changes the text color of that text. Its the song that is playing as I am posting.

    Please post some comments on my site to tell me what you think.

    I really like it. Curious it’s an b2evolution, but still very nice.

    Why you curious that it’s a b2evolution. It was much inspired by an old WordPress template that I had before I installed this. I just liked the b2 interface a bit better.

    Hey matt, the weather is cool. I had a weather channel magnet on my old phpBB site. Is that a weather channel feed? or did you have to do something more fancy?

    mojo1

    http://www.morgacity.com

    That would be the weather channel feed.

    Getting an error in your weather sidebar:

    Warning: mysql_num_rows(): supplied argument is not a valid MySQL result resource in /home/lastpage/public_html/blog/skins/custom/weather_xml.php on line 91

    As for feedback, I think you might consider some text treatment for your paragraphs. Maybe line-height or something to kind of space things out a bit. Seems a bit crunched.

    Good to see another 24 fan in the house.

    That error doesn’t come up everytime. I think it is a problem when the parser doesn’t read the XML feed correctly from the Weather Channel Site. A quick refresh fixes the problem, and I have only seen it a few times.

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