• What are you working on? v7
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  • [QUOTE=Darkwater124;34942916]Just put up a project page for my game, including video and downloads (with stats): [url]http://www.novaember.com/projects/br2/[/url] What you think (about the page itself)? Especially the text, that's not something I'm good with. (Still webkit-only, I'm gonna make other stylesheets later)[/QUOTE] You should really remove that right click thing, it's completely pointless and just throws people off. Your scrollbar on the content box is kind of wonky too.
  • [QUOTE=douche beat;34943830]You should really remove that right click thing, it's completely pointless and just throws people off. Your scrollbar on the content box is kind of wonky too.[/QUOTE] I'm still gonna improve that menu, adding copy/paste and print controls. Why not let the browser handle that menu? Until JS gets the power to add itens to the browser's menu, I'm using my own menu for stuff like removing files or changing their names. Much like Dropbox has on their site: [img]http://new.tinygrab.com/7cfbd51783e2b792f3ef34fa13079d525fbc083352.png[/img]
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  • [QUOTE=adamjon858;34938479]And here comes the footer: [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/MtqoA.png[/IMG][/QUOTE] Shexy.
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  • [QUOTE=Darkwater124;34943910]I'm still gonna improve that menu, adding copy/paste and print controls. Why not let the browser handle that menu? Until JS gets the power to add itens to the browser's menu, I'm using my own menu for stuff like removing files or changing their names. Much like Dropbox has on their site: [img]http://new.tinygrab.com/7cfbd51783e2b792f3ef34fa13079d525fbc083352.png[/img][/QUOTE] Because it's not needed, honestly. What is the end user going to do with your 1990-esque right click menu?
  • [QUOTE=douche beat;34943997]Because it's not needed, honestly. What is the end user going to do with your 1990-esque right click menu?[/QUOTE] "I'm using my own menu for stuff like removing files or changing their names. Much like Dropbox has on their site"
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  • [QUOTE=adamjon858;34938479]And here comes the footer: [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/MtqoA.png[/IMG][/QUOTE] I think people are way more likely to search the store by topic rather than ebook vs video.
  • [QUOTE=Darkwater124;34943910]I'm still gonna improve that menu, adding copy/paste and print controls. Why not let the browser handle that menu? Until JS gets the power to add itens to the browser's menu, I'm using my own menu for stuff like removing files or changing their names. Much like Dropbox has on their site: [img]http://new.tinygrab.com/7cfbd51783e2b792f3ef34fa13079d525fbc083352.png[/img][/QUOTE] Much like custom scrollbars, I hate it when websites mess with default behaviour. There's absolutely no reason for it, and you can't do things like Searching text you have selected. Especially in this instance where you're not adding any functionality..
  • [QUOTE=Dotmister;34944430]Much like custom scrollbars, I hate it when websites mess with default behaviour. There's absolutely no reason for it, and you can't do things like Searching text you have selected. Especially in this instance where you're not adding any functionality..[/QUOTE] Seriously, is noone reading what I'm saying? [quote] [B]I'm still gonna improve that menu[/B], adding copy/paste and print controls. Why not let the browser handle that menu? Until JS gets the power to add itens to the browser's menu, I'm using my own menu for [B]stuff like removing files or changing their names[/B]. Much like Dropbox has on their site: [/quote] [editline]1st March 2012[/editline] Plus, if you really don't want to, it's easy to disable.
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  • I hate it when it ISN'T custom right-click menu at programs like dropbox, box, google docs etc. Custom scroll-bars may make the "program" look better. At normal web pages with a scroll-bar from top to bottom, I agree the default scroll-bar may be better. [editline]edit[/editline] This thing would look like shit with normal scroll-bar: [img]http://rookery9.aviary.com.s3.amazonaws.com/12838500/12838938_24e4_625x625.jpg[/img]
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  • [QUOTE=synthiac;34932442]mockup for a chrome app i'm working on [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/WJmG9.png[/IMG][/QUOTE] Nice concept, I guess. Bit ugly though.
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  • [QUOTE=xmariusx;34944535]I hate it when it ISN'T custom right-click menu at programs like dropbox, box, google docs etc. Custom scroll-bars may make the "program" look better. At normal web pages with a scroll-bar from top to bottom, I agree the default scroll-bar may be better. [editline]edit[/editline] This thing would look like shit with normal scroll-bar: [img]http://rookery9.aviary.com.s3.amazonaws.com/12838500/12838938_24e4_625x625.jpg[/img][/QUOTE] Sure the scroll bar is okay, but he completely fucked over the colors (the lighter color is the outer part of the scrollbar rather than the inner, which is a terrible decision from a UX standpoint). [editline]edit[/editline] [QUOTE=Darkwater124;34944277]"I'm using my own menu for stuff like removing files or changing their names. Much like Dropbox has on their site"[/QUOTE] Thats great, but are you saying that the end user will be removing your files and changing their names? That's probably not a very good idea.
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  • [QUOTE=Darkwater124;34943910]I'm still gonna improve that menu, adding copy/paste and print controls. Why not let the browser handle that menu? Until JS gets the power to add itens to the browser's menu, I'm using my own menu for stuff like removing files or changing their names. Much like Dropbox has on their site: [/QUOTE] There really is no point for a customized menu on a normal web page. It's just useless and annoying. But when it comes to applications, of course it's handy to have customized stuff in the menu.
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  • [QUOTE=douche beat;34945595]Sure the scroll bar is okay, but he completely fucked over the colors (the lighter color is the outer part of the scrollbar rather than the inner, which is a terrible decision from a UX standpoint).[/QUOTE] Yupp.
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  • I love my job haha. Me: "Since we're bringing a new developer on I'd like to get a github organization set up for us, it will allow us t..." CEO: "so you need our card? Okay here"
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  • [QUOTE=KmartSqrl;34947022]I love my job haha. Me: "Since we're bringing a new developer on I'd like to get a github organization set up for us, it will allow us t..." CEO: "so you need our card? Okay here"[/QUOTE] You're my role model now. [editline]1st March 2012[/editline] [url]http://net.tutsplus.com/tutorials/php/pdo-vs-mysqli-which-should-you-use/[/url] great read.
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  • [QUOTE=KmartSqrl;34947022]I love my job haha. Me: "Since we're bringing a new developer on I'd like to get a github organization set up for us, it will allow us t..." CEO: "so you need our card? Okay here"[/QUOTE] Last time I let someone have one of the company cards we all ended up with brand new coffee mugs with cat pictures.
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  • [QUOTE=StinkyJoe;34950252]Last time I let someone have one of the company cards we all ended up with brand new coffee mugs with cat pictures.[/QUOTE] I wonder how much it would cost to cover the office in github stickers... [editline]1st March 2012[/editline] "no that huge charge labeled stickers is the setup fee"
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  • [QUOTE=KmartSqrl;34950527]I wonder how much it would cost to cover the office in github stickers... [editline]1st March 2012[/editline] "no that huge charge labeled stickers is the setup fee"[/QUOTE] irresponsible but cool at the same time [editline]1st March 2012[/editline] [QUOTE=Darkwater124;34944514]Seriously, is noone reading what I'm saying? [editline]1st March 2012[/editline] Plus, if you really don't want to, it's easy to disable.[/QUOTE] ok, first off your a tags don't turn into the cursor like it should when you hover over it. secondly, the notice at the top saying that the browser needs to be a webkit-enabled browser is stupid, especially if your browser is webkit enabled; plus, it tells me that the website doesn't work with any other kind of browser, so no cross-browser compatibility has been added. Unless you're targeting a specific audience that you know without a doubt will use google chrome no matter what (or another webkit enabled browser, which i doubt either conditions will be true), you should at least try to implement some cross-browser compatibility options. third, don't mess with the main scroll bar is my general ideal when styling scroll bars. If you style scroll bars for an element inside of the page, then i'd say it's fine; but if it's the far right scroll bar, I'd probably leave it alone. fourth, the glow fucks with my eyes. I don't like it. You have it in the worst possible places, instead of where it needs to be; for example, the body text, in my opinion, could do with a bit of a shadow. fifth, the shades of gray you use don't seem to be consistent. lastly, shouldn't the main body take up the whole window?
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  • [QUOTE=Darkwater124;34944514]Seriously, is noone reading what I'm saying? [editline]1st March 2012[/editline] Plus, if you really don't want to, it's easy to disable.[/QUOTE] you should concentrate more on cross-browser rather than right click menus. i realise you say it only works in webkit browsers, but if someone were to view it in ie9 this is what your right click does [t]http://keyo.co/?i=kSMk.png[/t]
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  • [QUOTE=Snakess;34956267]you should concentrate more on cross-browser rather than right click menus. i realise you say it only works in webkit browsers, but if someone were to view it in ie9 this is what your right click does [t]http://keyo.co/?i=kSMk.png[/t][/QUOTE] then dont do that. or make it so ie9 doesn't do that.
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  • Managed to integrate wordpress with my site design. [URL="http://i.imgur.com/ukbEw.png"][IMG]http://i.imgur.com/ukbEwl.png[/IMG][/URL]
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  • [QUOTE=BBgamer720;34961284]Managed to integrate wordpress with my site design. [URL="http://i.imgur.com/ukbEw.png"][IMG]http://i.imgur.com/ukbEwl.png[/IMG][/URL][/QUOTE] MUST....USE....PADDING!!!
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  • [QUOTE=Snakess;34956267]you should concentrate more on cross-browser rather than right click menus. i realise you say it only works in webkit browsers, but if someone were to view it in ie9 this is what your right click does [t]http://keyo.co/?i=kSMk.png[/t][/QUOTE] this is the shit i'm talking about
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  • [QUOTE=adamjon858;34963219]MUST....USE....PADDING!!![/QUOTE] oh and smaller fonts.
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  • [IMG]http://i44.tinypic.com/67njmc.png[/IMG] Little fun project for a new social networking site, got login/signup, doing the profile page now, suggestions? Edit: That little 1px black bar at the very bottom of the screenshot isn't in the design, my screenshot just kind of went over my web browser
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  • [QUOTE=antid2;34964799][IMG]http://i44.tinypic.com/67njmc.png[/IMG] Little fun project for a new social networking site, got login/signup, doing the profile page now, suggestions? Edit: That little 1px black bar at the very bottom of the screenshot isn't in the design, my screenshot just kind of went over my web browser[/QUOTE] When I first read Sign In I thought it said Sign Jn
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  • [url=http://gcov.php.net/viewer.php?version=PHP_5_4]82 Test Failures? [b]SHIP IT![/b][/url]
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  • [QUOTE=Jelly;34965751][url=http://gcov.php.net/viewer.php?version=PHP_5_4]82 Test Failures? [b]SHIP IT![/b][/url][/QUOTE] [quote]Test Failures: 82 Expected Test Failures: 44[/quote] holy shit :v:
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  • Im working on a [B]very simple[/B] website with a small group of friends. Im designing it and doing most of the HTML, my friend is doing the achieving/organizing and some HTML, and my other friend is doing the PHP and JAVA, and he is also hosting the site on a dedicated linux computer. (sadly it broke so there are no links ATM....) [B]BUT! before you blow us off for noobs, we are doing all of the above from scratch.[/B] No <bs> website builders or any of that crap. Coded word for word. :D Its going to be a small social network site, kinda like a forum site, but more like facebook. just simpler and less crap. Its pretty fun, and very educational... if anyone is bored and help us, just PM me! But you would have to be experienced in JAVA, PHP, and HTML. --------- [B]And in case your a 12 year old who wants to know all the info on how we made it:[/B] We are using basic stuff like Notepad++, (TextWrangler for when were on macs), and dreamweaver.