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1st Chapter [message #1612] Tue, 20 January 2004 15:31 Go to next message
incessant.logic  is currently offline incessant.logic
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Ok I have looked on Big Closet and Fiction Mania, where can I find all the chapters or at least the earlier ones?
I don't like jumping into a story at chapter 103...

IL
Re: 1st Chapter [message #1613] Tue, 20 January 2004 16:02 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Everything you want can be found at Ellen's Office, the offical home of Tuck: http://www.barkingduck.net/ehayes/
Re: 1st Chapter [message #1616] Tue, 20 January 2004 17:37 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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All of the chapters are also available on BigCloset. Cick on Ellen Hayes name in the banner atop any Tuck story or on her name in the list of authors in the right hand column of the newstuff page. Smile

- Erin
Linking to Tuck [message #6062] Tue, 28 October 2008 19:39 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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maltor wrote on Tue, 20 January 2004 13:02

Everything you want can be found at Ellen's Office, the offical home of Tuck: http://www.barkingduck.net/ehayes/

Is this URL the official link one can use when pointing people to Tuck? I would like to post in a blog a link to the first chapter of Tuck, telling people that it is a good story with crossdressing which takes place on Halloween but without giving away any spoilers. I would like to know how to do it without offending Ellen.

Should I provide a link to Ellen's Office with instructions to click on 'tuck' or 'writing' then look for '1. Tuck in'? Or what?


Re: Linking to Tuck [message #6063] Tue, 28 October 2008 22:45 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Josea wrote on Tue, 28 October 2008 18:39

maltor wrote on Tue, 20 January 2004 13:02

Everything you want can be found at Ellen's Office, the offical home of Tuck: http://www.barkingduck.net/ehayes/

Is this URL the official link one can use when pointing people to Tuck? I would like to post in a blog a link to the first chapter of Tuck, telling people that it is a good story with crossdressing which takes place on Halloween but without giving away any spoilers. I would like to know how to do it without offending Ellen.

Should I provide a link to Ellen's Office with instructions to click on 'tuck' or 'writing' then look for '1. Tuck in'? Or what?



Norty Ellen likes dem nasty ol' frames.

See "BreakFrame" at the bottom right? Click it. (Note that the URL in your browser's bar has now changed; you're out of the frameset, and wherever you go, you can bookmark (I keep main.htm bookmarked rather than the index page frameset)).

Now, you can point readers at tuck1.txt (if you click through, you'll see the address bar change on each click, once you're out of the frames, which it doesn't do inside a frameset), but that leaves them without the ability to navigate, so I wouldn't recommend it.

Instead, I'd suggest pointing at writings.htm, which has good navigation, and makes it pretty damned clear where you ought to be starting. Smile

Amy!
Re: Linking to Tuck [message #6065] Wed, 29 October 2008 11:48 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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I guess I didn't make myself clear, Amy! Not sure how I could have worded things more clearly. Sorry about that.

I know how to get out of the frames and how to link directly to the first story, but I want to know how to do it without offending Ellen or breaking one of her rules for linking.



PS
My own bookmark is to her 'office' but without the frames.

Re: Linking to Tuck [message #6075] Wed, 05 November 2008 03:18 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Josea wrote on Wed, 29 October 2008 07:48

I guess I didn't make myself clear, Amy! Not sure how I could have worded things more clearly. Sorry about that.

I know how to get out of the frames and how to link directly to the first story, but I want to know how to do it without offending Ellen or breaking one of her rules for linking.


Well this:
http://www.shadowgard.com/~brooke/tuck/episodes.html

is approved by Ellen, so maybe you can work things out.
Re: Linking to Tuck [message #6134] Mon, 29 December 2008 16:20 Go to previous message
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Amy! wrote on Wed, 29 October 2008 02:45

Josea wrote on Tue, 28 October 2008 18:39

maltor wrote on Tue, 20 January 2004 13:02

Everything you want can be found at Ellen's Office, the offical home of Tuck: http://www.barkingduck.net/ehayes/

Is this URL the official link one can use when pointing people to Tuck? I would like to post in a blog a link to the first chapter of Tuck, telling people that it is a good story with crossdressing which takes place on Halloween but without giving away any spoilers. I would like to know how to do it without offending Ellen.

Should I provide a link to Ellen's Office with instructions to click on 'tuck' or 'writing' then look for '1. Tuck in'? Or what?



Norty Ellen likes dem nasty ol' frames.



Oh, stuff it up your ass, Amy; with the amount of fucking cowshit most people stuff int{DELETED}
*Ellen grabs a random passer-by and begins ripping chunks of meat out out their body*
And yeah, "bloggers", this means you.
And all the fuckwits that think HTML is a page layout language like PDF.

Frames are a decent compromise between easy between-page access and accessibility, IMO.

To The Rest Of You:

If you PUBLISH a link, please publish the index.html page.

For your PERSONAL use, you'll link to whatever you want anyway.


Ellen
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