November 30, 2008

Susan Polgar in Austin

In Susan's own words "one of my toughest simuls ever!". White to play and win

4 comments:

 
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Wayne said...

Hi Nikolai,
the company I have my blog with offered us a chance to use a new template designer for out blogs. I have tried this designer and unfortunately I had to reinstall chessviewer deluxe on my blog.I seem to have done this successfully using your excellent tutorials and directions at http://chesstuff.blogspot.com/2008/11/how-to-publish-chess-game-on-your-blog.html, except for one detail. If you go to my blog and look at Chessviewer Deluxe on the bottom of page one you will notice the following message right below beside the name of the viewer you will notice these words:

*/ makeChessApplet ( null );


Would you know what is causing these words to appear? Is is something to do with the hmtl in the new blogging template I chose, or is is something to do with Chessviewer Deluxe itself? I did not get any error message when I was editing the html in my blog.This message only appeared after I reinstalled Chessviewer on this new template I chose. I would appreciate it a great deal when you get a chance if you could email me regarding this message I now have on my blog,
Thanks so much,
sincerely,
Wayne

The address of my blog ishttp://albertan1956.blogspot.com/

 
author Nikolai Pilafov
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Nikolai Pilafov said...

Hi Wayne,
I looked at your page’s HTML source and it seems that you do have some extra lines at the end of your postings. If you look for “<!-- ChessViewer Section End -->” at the very end you’ll probably find that there are two of them. The second one is redundant along with the text that appears just before it “*/ makeChessApplet ( null );”. At least this is as far as I can tell from what I see. Make sure that you don’t have anything in addition to the CV section.
If your problem persists I’m getting more curious and we can do some more tests.

 
author Wayne
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Wayne said...

Hi Nikolai,
thanks for taking the time to look at my blog and for solving the problem I was having, I get so excited about some new analysis I have done,that I forget to take my time in posting the code to my blog.
From now on I will sing the 59th Street Bridge song while I am doing such posting "...Slow down you move to fast you have to make the morning last..." :)

Best wishes to you,
sincerely,
Wayne

 
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Nikolai Pilafov said...

Oh yeah, also known as “Feeling Groovy”. I love S&G and I often find them handy.
Re: Your small issue
No problem at all – it was a perfectly valid question. In fact, you’re putting the viewer to such a good use that I have to take your observations seriously.

Stay in touch.