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From: Jim Kyle <>
Subject: Re: [FreeHelp] Time/date problem
Date: Mon, 27 Mar 2000 00:12:35 -0600
At 11:56 PM 3/26/00, Jim Keebaugh wrote:
>This page last updated: Sunday, 26-Mar-2000 17:26:13 PST
>(cut and pasted form your page.) Maybe the RootsWeb server was having a
>nostalgia attack? ;-)
>The page itself looks fine to me. I believe in keeping Web pages as small,
>fast, and clean as possible. Yours certainly fits my criteria.
After posting my problem, I checked out the FreePages FAQ and discovered
the right way to do it -- and it works, on the main page. However the
identical code fails to work on some of the other pages and I still have
not figured out why, since I simply copied and pasted the lines that worked
Sounds like we have the same criteria! I do have one image though (the 1894
family group of my grandfather) that even as a JPG file is more than
176,000 bytes. I suspect that it's still in 24-bit grayscale format and
needs to be trimmed back considerably. I had to do extensive work on it to
recover the faded image and probably forgot to reduce the color count to
256. Most, though, are relatively small. I plan to at least triple the
number of images eventually, so they have to be quick...
Thanks for the comments!
Visit me at http://www.jimkyle.co
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