That is so cool. I doubted that the Wii could handle such great webpages.
Also, I looked at your webpage and I can't beleieve you only have 317 Unique guests! The webpage is just stunning is it a template? Even of it is there are no ads on it. Its just stunning...
IF its a template mind pointing me to where you got it from?
Thats a nice site you have btw. I need to buy a LAN Adaptor for my Wii so I can get online. I don't think there are any online games out at the moment so no need to buy it now.
So intresting though that the Wii can run some forums that have all sorts of things. Like PHP Support, and much more.
Looks like the Wii is going to kickbutt with the internet!
I'm looking for some good templates if anyone knows of any. Free templates.
I'm off to send a webrequest then for hosting.
Moved to hardware.
I had heard that they were developing this (and a similar one for the DS which I personally can't wait for) but I am glad to hear that it more or less works, it sounds like it still has work to be done to it. I think in the end it will be really cool though.
Nice...It looks like Nintendo is finally back in the game, and it's about time!
I've posted from my Wii in here quite a few times. It is quite impressive.
total respect to Wii as a fun gaming console! I can play and have fun even if I already got a buzz hehe
however I don't think consider it as to browse internet especially I got my Lappy to do that
That is because you can browse the internet from the Wii. It was the first to do it too, AND it is the cheapest of the 3 systems. I <3 my Wii.
I have a friend who hacked the Wii shop channel to be used to surf the internet, but it crashes on ajax and other scripts, no browser needed to be installed. But you do need an internet connection .
Instructions here: WiiShop Hack
Unfortunately, Adobe will only release up to flash 7 for embedding in mobile devices. Since your site is probably done in flash 8, the wii tries, (and subsequently fails) to render it correctly. Adobe has been pretty lax in releasing updates for anything other than windows (flash 8 for Linux ).