The forums ran from 2008-2020 and are now closed and viewable here as an archive.

Home Forums Other Need some feedback

  • This topic is empty.
Viewing 3 posts - 1 through 3 (of 3 total)
  • Author
  • #27626

    It’s almost there I just want a bit of feedback before It goes live. Obviously I still need to purchase some of the images from istock and I am trying to find a good slideshow that will pull images from a Picasa web album feed or something similar. I’m not a huge fan of flikr but it would suffice. I would like to use the same slideshow on the mobile version so would like to do a javascript implementation.

    I am trying to get parallels up and running so I can test the coda-slider and the shadowbox If anyone want to do that for me I would be thrilled.


    Thanks a bunch for the feedback,

    html {

    Great idea! that was really bugging me… never thought of that

    I am trying to get a good IE testing method going here before I fix up the margins/padding… Still need to educate myself on how to deal with that stuff in IE(this is the first website I have hand coded 100%). Parallels is crashing on me like crazy for some reason, I really wish there was some sort of super browser that would test everything and run natively in OS X.

    I agree on the scrolling in the pop up. I wan’t to do an auto heigh with the shadowbox but it doesn’t work right. I might just set fixed heights to fit all the content once the final content draft is done. I hate doing stuff like that though I really want my code to be really easy to incorporate into some other websites I am going to be doing.

    I am really stumped on the slideshow thing I am seriously thinking of just learning how to code one myself… I want my customers to be able to upload photos with descriptions easily. I think the best method would be one that pull the info from a Picasa web album.


    Yeah the plug in requires a lot of divs. I could probably get rid of the .left and .right div but I want them to have some basic css stuff so that whether there is an img, ul, or p they all behave similarly.

    I highly recommend the coda slider by Niall He has done an awesome job making this slider work in a variety of different ways, confidently in different browsers to I might ad. He has lots of code comments to make likfe easy to… they all got got deleted in mine somehow.


Viewing 3 posts - 1 through 3 (of 3 total)
  • The forum ‘Other’ is closed to new topics and replies.