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In Topic: The 'Invitational'

20 July 2019 - 09:41 PM

It happens. 
An owner had to bow-out because of health issues leaving his spot in the league open.
If interested and if you are accepted you'll receive a 15% ($37.50) entry fee credit.
Its FCFS - So don't think too long.  Send me an E-Mail or PM me.

In Topic: Waivers vs FA

11 July 2019 - 04:50 AM

About the 8-hour draft window:  Even though its unlikely that it would happen - a twelve hour window (as is the norm) would have stretched the draft beyond the start of the NFL Season if all the owners took the maximum time to make their picks.


I figured they can use PreDrafting should they be unable to check in during the day or overnight.  And with a commitment of $250+ I'm sure each of the owners will be paying close attention to the draft and when they are due to pick.

In Topic: Waivers vs FA

09 July 2019 - 08:39 PM

I'm trying something new this year with my Invitational league.  Three CBB waivers with no FCFS - Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.  Should handle most of the last minute injuries.


Check out the league calendar and Section IX of the rules to see how I set 'em up.

In Topic: External CSS File & Scripts

08 July 2019 - 05:18 PM

Thanks for confirming what I assumed had to be.


So, is it better to load an external CSS File or just load it via an HPM?  Curious minds want to know.   :blink:  :wacko:

In Topic: External CSS File & Scripts

08 July 2019 - 07:33 AM

Thanks for the response Guru.


Don't think I'm confused, but I confused you.


In my HPM Header Message I have both the Scripts & CSS Code, i.e., 


<script> . . . . . <</script>


<style> . . . . . </style>


What I was asking is "do I have to have to load the two scripts as I described in my 1st post in a HPM Header Message even though I have an external CSS file or is there another way to do it?"


Clear as mud, right?   :)


O yea - is there an advantage to have an external CSS file other than loading it via a HPM or uploading it via MFL's interface?