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radomirthegreat 12-12-2007 07:10 AM

How to post links to Intense products
 
I'm not trying to make a sticky or anything, but I just figured I'd post this since I see few Intense product links.

First off, here's the navigation page:
http://www.intense-racing.com/navpane.html
To be continued later on in the post.

In Firefox:
Right-click anywhere within the product description. Select This Frame >, and then click on Show Only This Frame. This will show just the product, and the address bar will show the link to get right to it.

Internet Explorer doesn't have this feature in its right-click menu. However, both it and Firefox will work with the nav page linked to above. With Firefox, right-click in the navigation panel and show only that frame. You get to navpage.html. So, this page lets you go to different pages. The cool thing is that because you're no longer working with frames, you'll get a new window to open with each navigation. In Firefox (or IE 7.0+), you may get a new tab depending on your preferences, and the following will work just as well.

You can have 2 windows open for easier page linking. Use the navigation panel to find what you want, like Series II/III performance, and you'll get another window/tab (herein window). You can use this window's address bar's URL to link right to where you are, product or product section. To move on, go back to the navigation window, and you can leave open the other window with the products. When you navigate to a new section, the other window will actually change, so you can really work with two windows the whole time with no opening/closing as you work with just navpage.html.

Also, this will do nothing to Intense's visitor statistics. Perhaps the only noticeable difference would be that fewer people would load the top of the web page with the giant Intense picture and such.

So, there you go. Now we can have links to exactly what we're looking at on Intense's site, and all browsers support this. Have fun!

willwren 12-12-2007 11:16 AM

Right click, select 'copy shortcut'.

Paste here:

http://www.intense-racing.com/Mercha...roduct_Count=0

harofreak00 12-12-2007 11:22 AM

:stupid:

way easier.

radomirthegreat 12-12-2007 02:22 PM

Dude, I'm all for that, but this way makes it better because you can press F6 and Ctrl+C whenever you're at a good product. Then, just paste that here. And please go on not making this a sticky. I'm just letting people know of the ways to show Intense links. Thanks, though!

vital49 12-12-2007 02:54 PM

IMO Intense need a major overhaul of their site. It's one of the most difficult sites I've ever navigated through. Not to mention the color scheme is very hard on the eyes.

SSEimatt93 12-12-2007 04:01 PM

I've gotta say, Compared to ZZP, WBodystore and so on, Intense is the easiest to navigate, sorry to be on the other side of the fence post lol.

harofreak00 12-12-2007 04:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by vital49
IMO Intense need a major overhaul of their site. It's one of the most difficult sites I've ever navigated through. Not to mention the color scheme is very hard on the eyes.

:stupid:

back to the other side of the fence! :lol:

radomirthegreat 12-12-2007 06:08 PM

So, wouldn't it be easier to navigate if you were to use separate windows, one for the nav and the other for the contents? It's how I'm going to do it. 8)


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