from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A box placed alongside the main text in a book, etc. containing further related text.
- n. A box set in the side of a theatre's auditorium
Today's Mail has a neat sidebox outlining some of the main nasties that will crop up - helicopter rides and holiday homes - and the concern among some MPs that affairs will be revealed by hotel receipts.
You get one by just clicking the link on someone else's box, signing up and then copy and pasting the code into one of the sidebox bars.
For example, phydeaux3's .sidebox style looks very nice.
· Customize notifications, choosing between Firefox sidebox alerts, alert boxes, or simply nothing at all.
There is also a small sidebox mess which needs to be corrected.
Flash forward to three months after launch and try to remember what the hex is for that sole yellow sidebox four pages deep.
In case a file already exists, you can choose whether your downloads have to be renamed, overwritten or aborted just by setting a default behavior. ï¿ You can customize time-out interval, as well as the maximum number of simultaneous downloads. ï¿ Customize notifications, choosing between Firefox sidebox alerts, alert boxes, or simply nothing at all. ï¿ If you want it, dTa can close the source tab when the download starts. ï¿ You can choose to close dTa automatically when all downloads are completed.
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