• What are you working on? v6
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  • [QUOTE=Known Havok;32882804]I could do one.[/QUOTE] Meh, I'm trying my hand at one right now
  • [QUOTE=Ac!dL3ak;32883627]Meh, I'm trying my hand at one right now[/QUOTE] Accidentally made the thread with no content, sorry about that (everyone). Somebody was talking to me while I was creating it and pressed submit instead of preview
  • I haven't forgotten about it, either: [img]http://i.imgur.com/VnbBD.png[/img] [editline]21st October 2011[/editline] I just keep getting distracted by all these cats on reddit!
  • [QUOTE=jaybuz;32880122]I like sublime text but I always find myself using notepad++ D:[/QUOTE] Learn vim be insane
  • Been crazy busy on a top secret project lately. Prepare for cool shit soon. In other news: [B]THIS IS THE MOST AMAZING CSS/HTML FRAMEWORK EVER[/B] [url]http://foundation.zurb.com/index.php[/url] Seriously, check that shit out. It's by far the most complete framework for HTML layouts I've seen. Not to mention it's really easy to build wireframes as well: [url]http://foundation.zurb.com/prototyping.php[/url]
  • [QUOTE=Kopimi;32883044][img]http://i.imgur.com/QV3bZ.png[/img] i am the law[/QUOTE]That copy. Ghhhhhhhh. I am becoming a copy nazi.
  • Is there any way to move between tabs easily in Sublime? It's incredibly annoying to have to grab a mouse to switch to another file when many other text editors allow you to press CTRL + 1-9. I use TextMate on my desktop, but I need Sublime for my school laptop.
  • What are you talking about? Sublime Text lets you move between tabs using CTRL + 1-9. Are you using the beta?
  • [QUOTE=TerabyteS_;32886565]That copy. Ghhhhhhhh. I am becoming a copy nazi.[/QUOTE] what copy what are you even talking about dog fun fact: this was my first time doing javascript drop down menus
  • I'm working on a website without actually one goal. Its just a fun project for me. Therefore Im only supporting Webkit browsers for now.. Other browser support might come in the future. [url]http://www.novaember.com/[/url]
  • [QUOTE=Kopimi;32887924]what copy what are you even talking about dog fun fact: this was my first time doing javascript drop down menus[/QUOTE] copytext presumably.
  • [QUOTE=Kopimi;32887924]what copy what are you even talking about dog fun fact: this was my first time doing javascript drop down menus[/QUOTE]I think you should use a font size of 13 and a line height of 150%. Alternatively, a font size of 16px could do but that would give you consistency issues with the rest of the page's sizing unless you change that aswell
  • [t]http://i.imgur.com/WVYUp.png[/t] [t]http://i.imgur.com/XuooO.png[/t] I'm moving in the wrong direction here, so I stopped, and couldn't figure out how to lay out the bottom of my site. I need to take a step back and figure out what all I want to present, and what has importance over what, but I wanted to show what I have so far. Kinda a sneak peak before Saturday's hangout.
  • [QUOTE=amcfaggot;32890717] [t]http://i.imgur.com/XuooO.png[/t] [/QUOTE] I thought that was a spider when i saw it.
  • [QUOTE=Kopimi;32887924]what copy what are you even talking about dog fun fact: this was my first time doing javascript drop down menus[/QUOTE] You can do dropdown menu's with CSS you know.
  • [QUOTE=amcfaggot;32890717][t]http://i.imgur.com/WVYUp.png[/t] [t]http://i.imgur.com/XuooO.png[/t] I'm moving in the wrong direction here, so I stopped, and couldn't figure out how to lay out the bottom of my site. I need to take a step back and figure out what all I want to present, and what has importance over what, but I wanted to show what I have so far. Kinda a sneak peak before Saturday's hangout.[/QUOTE] Use a texture like this one [url]http://gumptiondesign.com[/url]. I think it'll work better. Btw, that's a shameless plug for my site. I've got to redo the text on the bottlecap though as it somehow got stretched as you can see.
  • [QUOTE=adamjon858;32891610]Use a texture like this one [url]http://gumptiondesign.com[/url]. I think it'll work better. Btw, that's a shameless plug for my site. I've got to redo the text on the bottlecap though as it somehow got stretched as you can see.[/QUOTE] and there's a little blob of black at the top.
  • What should I do about IE 6 and IE 7? Go out of my way to support them or not? Also what if the site is functional but looks awful on those two browsers, is that acceptable? I ask because it's pretty hard to support old browsers when writing html5 markup and using css3
  • [QUOTE=TerabyteS_;32892181]What should I do about IE 6 and IE 7? Go out of my way to support them or not?[/QUOTE] Ignore them, people who refuse to upgrade don't deserve (nor care enough about) a full web experience.
  • [QUOTE=TerabyteS_;32892181]What should I do about IE 6 and IE 7? Go out of my way to support them or not?[/QUOTE] It's not so hard to support IE6 & 7. Just use the condition comments to add ie tags to your body element then you can target each browser in your CSS. [editline]21st October 2011[/editline] Really it depends on your content.
  • [QUOTE=TerabyteS_;32892181]What should I do about IE 6 and IE 7? Go out of my way to support them or not? Also what if the site is functional but looks awful on those two browsers, is that acceptable? I ask because it's pretty hard to support old browsers when writing html5 markup and using css3[/QUOTE] You should fairly easily be able to provide basic functionality to older browsers, it doesn't matter so much how bad it looks. How many of your users actually use [b]those[/b] browsers?
  • [QUOTE=Dotmister;32892415]You should fairly easily be able to provide basic functionality to older browsers, it doesn't matter so much how bad it looks. [b]How many of your users actually use browsers?[/b][/QUOTE] All of them ...how else would people be accessing his website.
  • [QUOTE=TerabyteS_;32892181]What should I do about IE 6 and IE 7? Go out of my way to support them or not? Also what if the site is functional but looks awful on those two browsers, is that acceptable? I ask because it's pretty hard to support old browsers when writing html5 markup and using css3[/QUOTE] Just don't use text-shadows to show white text on a white background. The older browsers should look bad...
  • [QUOTE=jaybuz;32892839]Just don't use text-shadows to show white text on a white background. The older browsers should look bad...[/QUOTE]My problem was with rgba and IE7 shitting itself while interpreting it (even if I had a HEX fallback) and rendering white. Anyway, I've resorted to using HEX only.
  • [QUOTE=TerabyteS_;32893051]My problem was with rgba and IE7 shitting itself while interpreting it (even if I had a HEX fallback) and rendering white. Anyway, I've resorted to using HEX only.[/QUOTE] Use .whatever { background: rgb(); background: rgba(); } Newer browsers will pick up the rgba, older ones will ignore it and render the previous attribute.
  • [QUOTE=TerabyteS_;32888379]I think you should use a font size of 13 and a line height of 150%. Alternatively, a font size of 16px could do but that would give you consistency issues with the rest of the page's sizing unless you change that aswell[/QUOTE] Oh I thought you were saying I stole the design :v: I was ready to fight to the death to defend my honor.. Will try that, thanks. I never think much about line height, I should probably start now.
  • &#8206;Just went through Hetzner's traffic: 392,835 GB of data transferred via Fanatical servers so far this year <- that's crazy!?! On the IE stuff: don't let IE stop you using certain css rules/etc, just make sure users know if their browser is out-of-date.
  • [QUOTE=Fizzadar;32894331]&#8206;Just went through Hetzner's traffic: 392,835 GB of data transferred via Fanatical servers so far this year <- that's crazy!?! On the IE stuff: don't let IE stop you using certain css rules/etc, just make sure users know if their browser is out-of-date.[/QUOTE] that's really cool actually and the client CP looks really cool now
  • [img]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/3695360/webSteam/design2_mobile_2.PNG[/img] What do you guys think?