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    Default how do you create a "threaded box" like the one on this site...

    Hi fellow vodahosters,

    Can anyone tell me how to create a black box but where it has "threads".

    Here is an example

    http://www.secretaffiliateweapon.com

    If you scroll to the bottom (past all the hype..lol) where it says "let me in" and there are some arrows pointing to it...

    ...is there a function in bluevoda on how to do it?

    Thanks,
    Scott
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    Default Re: how do you create a "threaded box" like the one on this site...

    Don't see what you have indicated......is this simply a ruse?
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    Default Re: how do you create a "threaded box" like the one on this site...

    Scott,
    The black threaded boxes and contents were produced by html
    and css.
    If you "View Source" you can see the code that generated the box.

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    Default Re: how do you create a "threaded box" like the one on this site...

    Thanks guys,

    I'll take a look at the code. I didn't know if it was already in bluevoda.
    Is that what it's called? A ruse?

    Or I guess another way to say it is "Dashed box"

    Have a great day!

    Scott
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    Default Re: how do you create a "threaded box" like the one on this site...

    A ruse? is another way of saying a trick?
    Its all a matter of semantics........

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