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Discussion in 'Marketplace Discussion' started by Gadget_AD, Jan 7, 2015.


What Smp Should the next Enchanted Book Mall go on?

Smp1 14 vote(s) 14.4%
Smp2 6 vote(s) 6.2%
Smp3 7 vote(s) 7.2%
Smp4 38 vote(s) 39.2%
Smp5 6 vote(s) 6.2%
Smp6 7 vote(s) 7.2%
Smp7 7 vote(s) 7.2%
Smp8 12 vote(s) 12.4%
  1. Hey,
    Eviltoade and I are thinking of opening up another Enchanted Book Store like 18005, but we want you the community to deiced which Smp it should go on so please leave your vote.


    All votes are appreciated
  2. y no 1 vote smp4 :(:(:(:(
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  3. I'd vote SMP7, but got to keep the competition low ;)
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  4. Hmm SMP4 seems to be winning
    cadgamer101, SEPTHEMAN and Gadget_AD like this.
  5. #SMP4ForLife Hi AwesomeBuilder33 :)
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  6. Hi
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  7. Yay, smp4 Must win! :D
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  8. It. Must. Be. SMP8.
    Luckygreenbird and Gadget_AD like this.
  9. 14 for SMP4!
  10. Wonder why...

    17 now ;)
  11. We both got tricks up our sleeves...
  12. mba2012 and Gadget_AD like this.
  13. Hehehe...

    I just found random images and put them up xD
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  14. Hmm can you make the max snow count for the page like 100000 for a minute? Just to see (Yea I was looking at the source of your website)
  15. Has someone on Smp4 gone on an alt buying spree? ;-;
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  16. Seeing as 50% of people voting have now voted for SMP4, this post looks so weird :p
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  17. Oh uhm totally now me uhm maybe uh...
  18. Haha, I'll try. Looking at the source doesn't show much. A lot is hidden because I use PHP which is server side:

    <title>Merry Christmas!</title>
    <script src="scripts/snowstorm.js"></script>
    <link rel="stylesheet" media="screen" href="christmaslights.css" />
    .body {
    background-image: url(i/christmas_bg.jpg);
    background-position: center center;
    background-repeat: no-repeat;
    background-attachment: fixed;
    background-size: cover;
    background-color: #464646;
    .res_img {
    max-width: 100%;
    height: auto;
    .goleft {
    margin-left: 10%;
    .gofarleft {
    margin-left: 30%;
    .text-glow {
    color: #FFFFFF;
    <body class="body">
    <p><a href="http://nfell2009.uk/christmas"><img src="http://nfell2009.uk/nfell2009_christmas.png"></a></p>
    <p><h1 class="text-glow">We wish you a merry Christmas from nfell2009.uk!</h1></p>
    $url = $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'];
    $url_array = explode("/", $url);
    if ($url_array[2] == "") {
    $imgs = array("1", "2", "3", "4", "5", "6", "7", "8", "9", "10");
    $rimg = array_rand($imgs);
    $aimg = $imgs[$rimg];
    } else {
    $aimg = $url_array[2];
    <p><h1 class="text-glow">Share the joy of the gif you're viewing: http://nfell2009.uk/christmas/<?php echo $aimg; ?></h1></p>
    <div class="goleft">
    <img src="http://nfell2009.uk/gifs/christmas/<?php echo $aimg; ?>.gif" class="res_img" style="border:10px solid black;">
    if ($url_array[2] <> "") {
    echo "<br>
    <p><h1 class='text-glow'>You're viewing a set gif. To view random gifs <a href='http://nfell2009.uk/christmas'>Click here</a></h1></p>
    Note: EMC's CODE tags make it look messy. It's nicely organised actually :p
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