RPGC Err0rz

Mebbe we can sticky this ‘n’ use it for any ‘n’ all err0rz found on the main RPGC website (yes, OMG, it exists! http://www.rpgclassics.com !!! OMFG!!!)…

Anyhoo, on the SNES shrine listings, I got this.

Warning: Unable to jump to row 0 on MySQL result index 21 in /home/httpd/vhosts/rpgclassics.com/httpdocs/system.php on line 50

Hehe, funny sig!:slight_smile:

Manus, it’s not nice to post solely for the purpose of pointing out that someone has a nice avvie/sig…unless it’s in the ToB, in which case anything goes…

Anyway, Cala’s right, I noticed that too when attending to the SD3 shrine…

just PM me any errors you find and I’ll make sure me or Cid or whoever should be fixing it knows about it. I PMed Cidolfas about your snes page discovery Cala too btw.

I just tried it, and I’m getting the same error, so it isn’t just a few people.

Something weird happens everytime I’m on the forums… for some reason it is unable to right click, sometimes. No other sites- just this one. o_o

Wanna see some really heavy <a href=“http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.rpgclassics.com%2F&doctype=HTML+4.01+Transitional&charset=iso-8859-1+(Western+Europe)” title=“The hidden bugs of RPGC”>errors</a>?

197 of them, and that’s just for the main page…

Just ignore Wert. He’s showing off all the html errors that might make the page look different to users of various browsers, but which will not hinder people from actually browsing the page.

It sounds like an error in the mySQL database. I’m sure Cid will be able to fix that quickly enough.

Originally posted by Nulani
Just ignore Wert. He’s showing off all the html errors that might make the page look different to users of various browsers, but which will not hinder people from actually browsing the page.

points to PDAs (aka “Handhelds”) I beg to differ.

Originally posted by Wertigon
points to PDAs (aka “Handhelds”) I beg to differ.

You’d actually browse rpgclassics with a PDA? I know we’re all desperate for our rpgclassics drug, but is the page even browseable on those small, not to say tiny, screens?

Nope. Reason: White font colour and white BG before the images.

Wertigon, don’t start this again. holds his concept ideas for Coders over Wert’s head for emphasis