I do like this one fore the simple fact that all the camera pages and the pop-ups are accessible from each page. At least I have not figured out how to access aka have multiple cameras up, on the new site.
Great Web-Site Dennis - I feel this Web-Page works just as well as the recent web-page - I am sure You will sort out what You feel needs to be accomplished & still Look and Run well... Thank You Dennis...
Dennis - I like this page layout much better. Like Blaise Junker said, all the camera pages and pop-ups are accessible from each page. Please keep this layout. Thanks for all your hard work.
Let's make it unanimous. I like this site better also. But I am so thrilled to be able to watch the traffic (boat!) that I will be happy with whatever you decide, Dennis. And by the way, love the composite banner picture you're using. Judy in La Crosse
I too like this site better. The larger marine tracker map at the bottom is what does it for me.
Thanks, dennis, for the Hillside cam in the camera pages. I can view it now.
PS... I did like the archive pages on the previous site. I can't always remember a month, but can easily locate past images of specific vessels. Say, for instance, like when the Tregurtha runs aground! Judy in La Crosse
Yep, this new "old" page is nicer, & functions better for me too. Seems simpler, & I too think the wider Marine-traffic portion is STUD too! It's a more "comfortable/wider" view.Couldn't find a login here tho'?!Faron (in Fargo)
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I couldn't find the log in on this page either. Unable to refresh the map also w/o signing in.
Love your website. I live in Florida and only recently got into ship watching at the Port Canaveral webcam. But all you can really watch there are the big, flashy cruise ships. You rarely get to see the massive, sweaty, rusty, hulking "working" ships that do come to Canaveral, but the PTZ camera they use, which relies on an operator to pan, tilt and zoom in on the ships, rarely focuses on. Love watching these giant container ships enter and exit and I love the sound of those horns!!! Also, I never realized before that Duluth is such a nice area.