My site is ezboxscores.com. It updates itself using [url removed, login to view] and scrapes data from Yahoo. You will be given root access to my FTP. DOCUMENTATION: 1) Tell me which file I need to edit to change the color scheme of my box scores? For example, on the right-hand side of site there is a "Top Performers" box in dark blue. Which file do I need to change the HTML color codes? I wouldlike to be able to change the colors of each colored box on my own in the future. 2) If Setcron job is loading "[url removed, login to view]" and another person is simultaneously trying to load/view my site...Will that person be able to see a webpage? Yes or no. 4) Will each "[url removed, login to view]" cron job use up my host's bandwidth? Yes or no. 5) Add left/right arrows that were visible on my old site www.matwong.com. Load Dec. 3, 2010 on [url removed, login to view], and then load Dec. 3 on matwong.com. Notice how the old site (matwong) has left/right arrows? can you make sure that my new site (ezboxscores) has left/right arrows too when there are many games? You can use the up/down arrows that on [url removed, login to view], change the color to match the teal in my logo, and then make them left/right arrows. 6) My "scoreboard summary bar" at the top of my site looks different in Firefox and in Chrome. i like how it looks in firefox because it has "rounded" corners. i do not like how it looks in chrome because it has "straight" corner. can you make my sumarry scoreboard have round corners in chrome? Please see attachment for snapshot of what i am talking about. 7) I included a link at top & bottom of main page so people can email me at "abcd at [url removed, login to view]". Can you tell me which file I need to edit so that I can change my email address to something else? 8) I also want to rename the title of my website to "EZ BoxScores" instead of "NBA Box Score". Which file do I need to edit? 9) Make sure that my website looks the same in IE8 as it does in Chrome
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