Just wanted to share my progress with you guys. Doc, in working my way along this design I’m very quickly seeing the benefit that plugin will have for me – I appreciate you recommending it. Not everything is done, however I’m probably only one day away from converting the site to xhtml/php and I’ll start coding it for WordPress on Monday. I reckon I’ll be talking to you guys a lot through that process.
Still have a products page and blog page to create, but those should come relatively easy. I’m particularly proud of the specs page.
Any and all feedback is welcomed. I’m actually really interested in figuring out how to get that footer to fill the entire bottom of the page in the event that there is a very short amount of content in the content area (full-width.html is an example of that).
I’m not entirely sure I remember following this. Either way, I’m happy to contribute. I think the footer issue would be resolved with using a sticky footer. I think you should also be on the wagon with HTML5 and not developing in xhtml.
@ChristopherBurton … to be honest I haven’t read much about HTML5 and I have no idea how to use it. Plus, this is a “business website” (as my client puts it) and he’s SUPER concerned about it working in IE6 because “Business people don’t update their browsers”. Is HTML5 backwards compatible?
@tannercampbell just one thing I saw that should be changed from a user experience aspect would be when a user clicks on the image the two options are to hit escape or click out. I think you should position a x on the image so a user can click on it to exit off it.
Also have you considered making it responsive to the browser width? I’m sure the owner of the company would love to know that is easily viewable on a mobile device.