I’ve changed my website to an unfinished (never will be :P) semi responsive design
I’d love to hear your thoughts as I will be constantly updating this on the fly (hence the quick release)
I’ve tested in Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari and Mobile Safari
Can someone please check it out on Android and let me know it it behaves like it should
Credit for the logo goes to @joshuanhibbert :)
It needs images. I would have a picture of your projects, not just a link to them. Some visitors like myself might be to lazy to go view each site. A pic that I could look at without having to travel around would be better.
I also find it midly irritating that there is no navigation on the site. I don’t know why. Maybe because I expect it to be there.
give it some space on left, right side when in narrow view
15px for each side
use bg colour for your #pageWrap or for body
to make it more uniform, what is web “page” and what is extra space outside
my example white + gray http://www.501st.cz/
text to bright = light blue colour on white bg
I have good healthy eyes and I can barely read it and I feel like having headache
TW + LI buttons
these are 2 different services
use either different colour or icons ;]
you have H1 logo, H2, H3, H4 text
no problem but they all look the same (size)
try use different sizes
look at my web index page, I think it works better ;]
not to get 100/100 points
but to find errors in code
Errors found while checking this document as HTML5!
10 Errors, 3 warning(s)
try the same for CSS
Sorry! We found the following errors (72)
width, height, … use CSS ;]
save yourself a headache looking for errors
in HTML use the same quotes everywhere … “double quotes”
I guess that is it for now as you can hate me for a week at least now :D
sure it does but it looks so ugly
HTML5 is good for those who know how to write proper HTML code
and real bad for those miss basics
as a learning path for anyone new I always recommend learn XHTML strict
know your stuff
switch to HTML 5 and you will write clean code and enjoy the pure beauty of HTMl 5 :)
1) Thanks I’ll do that now
2 & 3) I’ll experiment with different colours, I was thinking of a floating lightswitch that made the page darker :D
4) Thanks for the icons, I’ll try them out
5) The reason I use different headings is for SEO weight, search engines read the content and determine it’s important by the headings
6) Most of the validation errors are BS nowadays, even the nu html5 validator isn’t up to date, the majority of the CSS errors were from the normalize but I wouldn’t change it for the world
7) Lol, you found my dirty little secret, I do need to keep them consistent :D
8) the browser changes
when it renders the page (not sure why)
@krysak4ever: When i give a workshop for those who doesn’t know anything about html at all, it’s easier for those to learn HTML5 than xhtml, because this is more semantic and easier to understand. But that is an other discussion.
@karlpcrowley: I like clean website’s, but i think the website is too clean. Personally i’m not attracted to the website. Try to give it more “body”.
the slider is just something I threw together in 5 minutes, going to make a better one that reacts to clicking on various elements on the page
I might just go with this font stack
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